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Sunday, March 3, 2024

Four Reasons You Should Attend SportsTech NYC

Over the two days, attendees will have the chance to learn from over 40 speakers.

SportsTech NYC is a leading B2B conference and exhibition coming up Oct. 17–18 that unites the best and brightest players in the technology sector with decision-makers across all levels of sport looking to stay ahead of the competition. Attendees will learn how data, analytics, AI and connected devices can be applied to all facets of the sports industry, from pro leagues down to the youth level, in areas such as player performance, coaching, scouting, stadium upgrades and fan experience.

Whether you’re an executive, an operations expert, a marketing innovator, a tech-oriented team leader, a coach or a general manager, SportsTech NYC provides you with the tools and skills that you need to thrive in an ever-changing landscape.

SportsTech NYC will also provide the a top marketplace for technology vendors to showcase platforms & tools for professionals who help players achieve greatness and enable teams and leagues to innovate, augment stadium & fan experience and globalize their brands.

If you’re looking to network, learn or just enjoy some of the best conversations at the interaction of sports and technology, this will the fall’s best event for you.

The Reasons You Should Be There

1. Location

New York City. While it hardly needs any explanation, as home to some of the largest sports organization and home to league offices, NYC is a sports town. Outside of sports, there is an endless amount of entertainment options.

Not only can you go for the conference, but with major sports agencies, teams and business partners within walking distance, you can make the trip even more worth it with meetings that could cultivate and drive new business.

2. Diversity of Experience

Not only will you be able to learn from industry leaders, you will have the chance to take in an expo of over 30+ exhibitors as well as live product demos from some of the most exciting companies in sports technology.

3. Speakers

With over 40 of the industry’s top minds on panels, you will be able to learn from and rub elbows with everyone from CEOs to CMOs.

On the first day, panelists will take you through conversations covering how technology is changing the game, while on the second day you will hear from panelists discussing how technology is impacting the fan experience.

4. Networking Opportunities

Sports Tech NYC recognizes the importance of making sure there is ample time to network with other attendees, and gives those in attendance multiple ways to make new connections and strengthen old relationships.

With nightly scheduled networking events as well as multiple sessions at lunch and throughout the day, Sports Tech NYC could prove as one of the most impactful days for networking with some of the biggest players in sports business.

How to Register

Register using code FRONTOFFICE to save 25% on a pass that gets you access to both conference days, breakfast, lunch and a cocktail reception.

Disclaimer: Front Office Sports is an official media partner of SportsTech NYC 2017.

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