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5 important tips for designing a website

We realize website design can be a tedious task. How long do you spend making changes to your company's website? When spending time tackling such a big project, you want to make sure you get it right the first time around. Here are some things we've learned in our 20 years of experience designing and developing [...]

By |April 27th, 2017|Industry Updates|Comments Off on 5 important tips for designing a website

Consider these 6 plugins for your app

(Don't be scared of tech jargon, plugin = feature) 1. Text Plugin The name may be plain, but the use is mighty. The “Text” widget is much more versatile than you might think. Not only can this widget be used for text, but it is also a full on HTML editor which means you can embed videos, [...]

By |April 27th, 2017|Industry Updates|0 Comments

3 simple ways sports can improve standing with fans

Despite all the fun and excitement that sports bring, interest in sports across the U.S. has been steadily declining. According to the data, online alternatives have been dominating people’s free time. By the end of 2016, the industry knew they had a problem. The demographic group where engagement in sports declines most in males age [...]

By |April 26th, 2017|Industry Updates|0 Comments

Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium nearing the $1 billion sponsorship mark

Back in November, we reported that Atlanta’s new Mercedes-Benz Stadium was nearing new sponsorship records – almost $900 million to be exact. (click here to read post) Now as construction has made some serious headway, the stadium is one sponsor away from completing the sale of its founding-level sponsors and hitting their originally stated goal of [...]

By |April 24th, 2017|Industry Updates|0 Comments

3 Tips to a Successful E-Commerce Store

1. Go mobile Having a mobile responsive store is a major key. The team walks out sporting their new, sleek gear...the fan whips out his or her phone and can purchase merch while in their seat. The high-energy and excitable atmosphere at a game can be a great opportunity to push easy sales. 2. Incorporate social elements [...]

By |April 19th, 2017|Industry Updates|0 Comments

Wilson signs with the Rangers

MLB Veteran Headed from York to Triple-A Round Rock (April 18, York, Pa.) — After signing to return to the York Revolution for a second season, veteran infielder Josh Wilson has now signed with the Texas Rangers, it was announced by Revs manager Mark Mason on Tuesday afternoon. Wilson is expected to join the Triple-A [...]

By |April 19th, 2017|Industry Updates|0 Comments

Finally, Sergio Garcia’s well-earned Masters victory

He was known as one of the best golfers to never win a major. But all that’s changed thanks to a sudden-death duel. For 73 major-starts, Sergio Garcia ended his game with watching someone else hoisting a trophy triumphantly. It was on his 74th try that Garcia finally had the chance to be crowned champion. [...]

By |April 18th, 2017|Industry Updates|0 Comments

Amazon lands a video streaming deal with the NFL

Goodbye, Twitter. Hello, Amazon. NFL official’s meeting last month in Arizona was the perfect chance for NFL media executives to announce their new partner for Thursday Night Football. Unfortunately, the chance didn’t arise since the Oakland Raiders scuttle dominated the meeting. Finally, after lengthy meetings and negotiations in the presence of bleary-eyed executives and the [...]

By |April 18th, 2017|Industry Updates|0 Comments

Jacksonville and the Jags partner for a new amphitheater

In just a week, Bold Events (a collaboration between the Jaguars and Live Nation) booked an astonishing 19 shows. This was almost half of this year’s targeted 40 concerts at Dailys Place, a venue south of EverBank Field. Surprisingly, the 5,500-seat outdoor venue is still under construction. All of this comes after the Jaguars decided [...]

By |April 18th, 2017|Industry Updates|0 Comments

Why IOC should go for global partnership deals

U.S. Olympic Committee CMO, Lisa Baird, was sure of sealing a cloud services deal with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) after the Rio Olympics. Her opportunity opened after AT&T informed her that they were no longer going to renew their contract. She then went straight to Timo Lumme at the International Olympic Committee. After speaking [...]

By |April 4th, 2017|Industry Updates|0 Comments