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Business - 08 Nov 2012 - Events
London, 7th November 2012 - The International Sports Event Management Conference 2012 (ISEM) started today in London, with LOCOG’s James Bulley, Director of Venues and Olympic Park, and Andrew Amery, Head of Security, discussing the challenges faced in planning, managing and delivering a successful Olympics games.
Business - 01 Oct 2008 - Events
FIFA and Soccerex have assembled a panel of industry leaders to highlight the importance of mobile marketing and broadcasting ahead of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The panel entitled ‘Mobile communications in Africa and beyond – the key to reaching fans at the 2010 FIFA World Cup’ will feature senior figures from FIFA, Ericsson and Perform.
Business - 17 Sep 2008 - Events
British success and the sheer scale of the Beijing Games has put the ambitions for London 2012 into sharp focus. NBC, BBC and other broadcasters around the world utilised the latest video on demand, mobile TV, and IPTV technology, to offer consumers unprecedented access to the Olympic experience. London put technology at the forefront of its bid, and so expectations are high. But will the UK-hosted Olympics be able to meet the technological challenges of 2012?
Business - 02 Nov 2006
The participation of market giants such as Samsung, Diageo, McDonald’s and T-Mobile has led to the speaker line-up of Marketing’s one-day sponsorship conference being heralded as the best yet.
Business - 22 Mar 2006
SHANGHAI, March 22 – A total of 658 participants, representing 324 companies from 43 countries worldwide, attended this week’s SPORTELAsia 2006 at the Pudong Shangri-La Hotel in Shanghai, China, it was announced today by David Tomatis, Executive Vice President of SPORTEL.
Business - 17 Oct 2005
SPORTELMonaco, which traditionally brings together the most important players from the worlds of sport and television, will this year turn its focus on the exciting developments taking place in the field of "TV-to-Mobiles" technologies.
Business - 24 Aug 2005
Mobile and Broadband are changing the face of sport, providing a wide range of new ways to both generate revenue and enhance relationships with fans.
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