Articles by tag: Stadium

Car Racing Industry Needs Diverse Revenue Streams to Survive Rising Costs of Track Maintenance, Real Estate, and Unruly Fans

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NASCAR is in a race to rebrand as the company faces the financial impacts of rising costs to maintain their tracks and land ownership. It’s an inescapable fact that car racing is a real-estate heavy sport, and therefore the car racing industry is an expensive one to manage. Martinsville Speedway, the smallest NASCAR track, […]

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Creating the Expectations for an eSports Stadium

The rise in popularity of Esports took off during the pandemic, when more people stayed inside and sought other forms of entertainment. Senior Principal and Esports Director for the Americas with Populous Brian Mirakian talks with Game Changers host Katie Steinberg about the next generation of eSports facilities and the future of the market. “The […]

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Why Stadium Naming Rights are a Brand’s Winning Ticket for Building Revenue, Community

As revenue flows in for professionals sports, for the team owners and decision makers in the industry, sports is getting equally more expensive. Just look at the lucrative salary cap increases across major sports due to an increase in earned revenue. Most recently, the NFL announced that they plan to raise their salary cap to […]

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TCC Partners with Recipric on Sidelining Carbon Initiative

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – The Conservation Coalition (TCC) is announcing Recipric as the official Sports Industry Partner for Sidelining Carbon. Recipric engages the sports industry in sustainability efforts by advising on a holistic strategy that incorporates environmental and social sustainability efforts, including resource efficiency in the stadium, fan engagement and sustainable partnerships, and reducing […]

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AFC Bournemouth and Kitchen CUT Ready for Kick Off

With the UK hospitality industry poised to for a return to business in the coming weeks, AFC Bournemouth have been using the time during lockdown to streamline their Food and Beverage processes with the implementation of F+B Engine from Kitchen CUT. The football stadium caters for 11,500 fans that come through their gates each match […]

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How SoFi Stadium’s Design Evolved to Meet Community Needs

Salary Capped host, Tyler Kern, was joined by Kush Parekh, Associate Principal, at Studio-MLA, for a discussion on sports stadium design trends and their impacts on communities. Sports stadiums in the past were typically designed with the stadium surrounded by massive parking lots to facilitate the flow of spectators to and from the event. […]

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Coordinating the Return of College Football

Welcome to Salary Capped, presented by MarketScale, where we explore the intersection of business and sports. Each week, host Tyler Kern will chat with the leaders, marketers and innovators that are powering sports into the future. Later this week, the college football season officially kicks off, although it will look a little different this year with constant monitoring […]

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As Pressure Around AI Returns Increases, Companies Using Should Know the Generative AI Basics
April 16, 2024

In an era defined by rapid technological advancements, the surge of generative artificial intelligence (AI) and Large Language Models (LLMs) stands out as a particularly transformative development. It’s a trend that’s leading to a wealth of new AI-powered solutions for businesses to consider investing in, whether as part of their internal tech stack or as […]

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AMRestore Document Restoration Process
April 16, 2024

How does advanced document recovery technology safeguard valuable business documents from severe damage, especially in emergencies involving water? Polygon’s AMRestore document restoration process provides residential and commercial content restoration, cleaning, and moving. Larry Waltemire, the Business Unit Manager of East Region at Polygon, highlights the critical stages and technological advancements in document preservation at […]

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Motor Fuels Tax Minute, Episode 43: Biofuel Feedstock
April 16, 2024

In this week’s episode of Motor Fuels Tax Minute, our hosts discuss non-tax specific permits for biofuel feedstocks.   For information or assistance, contact us. We are here to help. ©2024 Detailed Description of Weaver’s Motor Fuels Tax Minute, Episode 43 00:00:00 Emilda: Welcome to Weaver’s Motor Fuels Tax Minute, the vlog where we talk all […]

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An Aging U.S. Workforce Could Be A Fruitful Operational Shift for Businesses
April 15, 2024

In a workforce landscape being shaped by inflation, supply chain evolution, geopolitical tide shifts, and rising next-gen technology, businesses are increasingly recognizing the value of integrating older, experienced workers into their labor strategies. The allure lies not only in the seasoned skills these workers bring but also in their financial independence, which often allows […]

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Redesigning Entertainment Venues for the Future
August 10, 2020

Welcome to Salary Capped, presented by MarketScale, where we explore the intersection of business and sports. Each week Tyler Kern will chat with the leaders, marketers and inventors that are powering sports into the future. Powered by RedCircle Not Designed For This When an architect sits down to design the next great stadium, they are thinking of how to […]

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Salary Capped: Does Limiting Touchpoints Mean Limiting Access within Stadiums?
July 13, 2020

Now that sports are starting up again around the globe. How do we analyze and limit the number of touch points the athletes have during the course of their visit to the stadium? When we watch a game from our TV’s we can easily forget that a stadium is really an entire village with hundreds […]

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Unique AV Dynamics in Today’s Live Event and Sports Stadiums and Arenas
March 4, 2020

With 4k becoming more readily available in the home, the AV industry is feeling the pressure to create something new in the stadium setting to enhance the live experience. Stuart Reynolds, Director of Sports and Live Events for Diversified, joins host Daniel Litwin to talk about the trends in the industry that are fighting […]

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Modernizing Sports Arenas and How Venues Have Evolved
October 10, 2019

WiFi, mobile ordering and targeted advertisements are commonplace at many sports arenas today, but that wasn’t the case as recently a few years ago. The demand for interactivity in venues has skyrocketed as professional sports has looked to improve the in-stadium experience. Tod Caflisch of TechFoundry LLC has been one of the champions of […]

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