This issue of Sports Destination Management has all the trends keeping sports current. Learn about the forces shaping volleyball and tennis, as well as equestrian and rodeo. There’s also a great section on the CrossFit Games, as well as U.S. Figure Skating – and on America’s heartland, the Midwest. You’ll learn about event merchandising, hotel negotiations and using apps in event management, as well as hints on keeping recurring events fresh. Plus there’s our awards program, Champions of Economic Impact in Sports Tourism. Click here and start learning.
With the summer Olympics in the rear-view (and what a view it was!), it’s time to turn our attention what’s ahead. How do we grow the sports we have, and how do we use best practices in business? In this issue, we review what people will be talking about (gymnastics and cycling, for instance, along with water sports) and looking ahead (softball will be included in the 2020 Games.) And there’s always time to sharpen our skills in business, and articles on security, transportation options, negotiations, long-term contracts and more will help you do that. Turn the page and start your learning experience.
This month’s issue of Sports Destination Management will get you revved up for Rio. From articles on running and road sports to legal issues about sports travel, there’s something here for every planner to learn from. What’s the best way to work with sports commissions and CVBs? How can you effectively engage volunteers and implement a successful stay-to-play policy? What are some of the best destinations and facilities? Start your summer learning experience here.
The Rio Games makes sports more meaningful this summer. A well-executed event gets more attention, more athlete visibility and more benefit for the host city. Want to put on a great event? We have information on senior games, keeping athletes happy, education for sports event planners and more. Plus, information on triathlons and track & field, equestrian – all the things you’ll see in Rio, plus some other fast-growing sports and excellent destinations. Start your planning here and now.
Want to learn how to put on the best event possible? Learn from the best! The March/April 2016 issue of Sports Destination Management has insights from some of the most well-regarded thought leaders in the industry. Learn about medical support and planning, event insurance, hotels and accommodations – even stay-to-play. Soccer, swimming and diving events and golf are covered, along with disc golf, the mountainous areas of the U.S. and a look at US Youth Soccer. Leap into spring – and learning.
This issue has some great insights on perfecting sports events, from that first bid to the final whistle. See the articles on social media strategies, recording and streaming events, planning for athletes with disabilities and more. There’s also great information on hosting basketball, winter and ice sports and skateboard and BMX events. We’ll look at the Northeastern region of the U.S. and at some of the new and expanding markets, just waiting for your next event. Get a jump on 2016 now.