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Should Sports Arenas Buy Back Tickets That Fans Don’t Want? | TIME.com

Should Sports Arenas Buy Back Tickets That Fans Don’t Want? | TIME.com | Sports Facility Management.4107705 | Scoop.it
Given the number of empty seats on display during the typical pro sports event, arenas seem to be having a pretty tough time selling tickets.

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sabrina martin's curator insight, March 24, 2013 2:03 PM

This is a a good article to look at the ticket selling problem and give your facility a chance to evalute the sistuation and create a plan.

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Plans for new major stadium in Perth by 2018 | Sports Business Insider

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Sports Business Insider is the leading, independent source of news, analysis, opinion and events on the business side of sport.

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Crowd control: Four nifty tools for managing information about the ...

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I think most people have trouble remembering faces when they meet a lot of them, so it's useful to have some kind of contact management system...
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Sport Facility Management: Organizing Events and Mitigating Risks ...

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Sport Facility Management: Organizing Events and Mitigating Risks (Sport Management Library) book download Robin Ammon Jr., Richard M. Southall and David A. Blair Download Sport Facility Management: Organizing ...
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Sports Facility Operations Plan Creation - Sports Facility Experts

Since you've already established the summary of your business objectives and the details of how you plan to introduce your sports facility to the community, it's time to describe exactly how you want your facility to operate.
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The Art of Risk Management

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In the aftermath of the global financial crisis, companies worldwide have become more focused on risk management. What was once a concern primarily of senior executives in the financial services sector has now become a top-management priority in nearly every industry.

 

In a global survey of close to 1,500 C-suite executives conducted in the summer of 2011 by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services, more than two-thirds of respondents said that risk management had become somewhat or significantly more important over the previous three years. And in a March 2012 survey of finance executives by CFO magazine, 72 percent of respondents said their companies had increased the amount of time and resources devoted to risk management over the previous two years, with 23 percent calling the increase “significant.”

 

Risk management is essential in today’s volatile economy. And yet many of the very financial firms that took such dangerous risks before the financial crisis had some of the most sophisticated risk-management operations around. What’s more, some of the very few financial companies that had been praised for their deft risk management before the financial crisis have since gone on to make major errors. One dramatic example is JPMorgan Chase, which suffered a trading loss of $2 billion in 2012 due to trades that its CEO Jamie Dimon has termed “flawed, complex, poorly reviewed, poorly executed, and poorly monitored.”

 

 


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, May 5, 2013 5:55 PM

Managing risk involves more than complex financial models and formal risk-management systems. Here are ten basic principles that should govern the art of risk management.

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Will San Francisco 49ers Naming Rights Deal Keep Levi's Hip?

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When Levi Strauss & Co. acquired the naming rights for the new stadium that is being built for the NFL's San Francisco 49ers for $220 million over 20 years, the company went against the big trend in recent years: the denim manufacturer is privately...

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Retractable Barriers- Perfect for Crowd Management | Onyx-Ventures

Controlling and managing a huge crowd of thousands of enthusiastic people is challenging for security especially during a red carpet event or a movie premier. To ensure only the individuals with tickets are allowed inside the ...
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