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5 Different Ways to Start Creating Apps With Students

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It’s true… Coding is officially cool! Well, at least that’s what Will.I.Am is telling me. With high profile figures in business, sport, technology and music promoting coding, it is no longer a...

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John Purificati's curator insight, April 25, 2013 7:54 PM

Coding is in vogue again!! It's important that we get kids to code.

Patrick Quest's curator insight, October 26, 2013 1:01 PM

As an entrepreneur, you must market and reach a wide range of consumer in all age ranges and interests.  Improvements in technology have made it possible to reach a variety of people on their personal handheld devices.  Making it easy for you to get to your customers.

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Meet the Startups in Area 31: People Sports | Entrepreneurship ...

Meet the Startups in Area 31: People Sports | Entrepreneurship ... | Sports Entrepreneurship Legare 4423765 | Scoop.it
I had the opportunity to meet Laurent Chabbal, CTO and Co-founder of People sports, who told me about the innovative business idea which he has developed jointly with Matan Ganani, CEO and Co-founder of the company.
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Pushing Non-Mainstream Sports - The Academy of Sport Management

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Fabio's Tut Group's curator insight, September 26, 2013 5:38 AM

The story is about the rise of non mainstream despite the fact that in days gone by you were frowned upon for playing sports either than football, basketball and baseball. The story highlights the reasons for the  rise of alternative sports..- Bongo Draai

Dylan Wasserman's curator insight, September 26, 2013 8:07 PM

This article is about how other non-traditional sports have begun to become normal to play over the traditional sports, such as baseball, basketball and football. These sports have been growing over the years and many kids are choosing these sports over the 3 main sports when it comes to deciding what sports they want to play. I learned that the non-mainstream sports are staring pro leagues all over the world and are promoting there sports though social media. The power of advertising can go a long way and the Paralympic Games have been using commercials to tell people about their competitions. I choose this article because being apart of a non-traditional sport has always been of interest to me. This will help me in the sports management industry by showing me how these sports can go from nothing to having pro leagues all over the world in a matter of years.

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How To Build Entrepreneurship Ecosystems? - Forbes

How To Build Entrepreneurship Ecosystems? - Forbes | Sports Entrepreneurship Legare 4423765 | Scoop.it
How To Build Entrepreneurship Ecosystems?
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City Region Expert Roundtable on Entrepreneurship and Business Growth held at 54 St. James Street, an amazing incubator designed, built, and managed from a women first perspective.
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MN sport management prof: Wilfs would have put in more stadium ...

MN sport management prof: Wilfs would have put in more stadium ... | Sports Entrepreneurship Legare 4423765 | Scoop.it
Stephen Ross, associate professor of sport management at the University of Minnesota, said that at the time the deal was reached, “the Vikings and NFL were kind of strong-arming” legislators by implying that the franchise ...
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Are Sports Entrepreneurs Born or Made? - Innovative Sports Network

Are Sports Entrepreneurs Born or Made? - Innovative Sports Network | Sports Entrepreneurship Legare 4423765 | Scoop.it
Kurtzman (2005) identified such businesses as: sports tour operators, sporting good stores, sport facilities, athletic clubs and organizations, sport bars, and health clubs, just to name a few. The question remains; can a ...
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B1G revenue can't buy BCS titles - ESPN

B1G revenue can't buy BCS titles - ESPN | Sports Entrepreneurship Legare 4423765 | Scoop.it
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The Big Ten's rivalry with the SEC still exists, but it can't be quantified in crystal footballs.
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How Sports Fans Engage With Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

How Sports Fans Engage With Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC] | Sports Entrepreneurship Legare 4423765 | Scoop.it
Social media plays a larger role than ever in the lives of sports fans around the world. YouTube is an endless source of video highlights and bloopers. Twitter is a gigantic new...

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Leadership is a Contact Sport

Leadership is a Contact Sport | Sports Entrepreneurship Legare 4423765 | Scoop.it
Full-Contact Leadership: 11 tips for active team management (Leadership is a Contact Sport http://t.co/jv9FzWBl)

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John Michel's curator insight, January 12, 2013 7:14 PM

“Leadership is not something that is gained because of birth or tenure but rather something that is practiced in every moment of opportunity. It is truly 20% technique (tools, methods) and 80% actions (behaviors).” 

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John E. Michel is a widely recognized expert in culture, strategy & individual and organizational change. An accomplished unconventional leader and proven status quo buster, he has successfully led several multi-billion dollar transformation efforts and his award-winning work has been featured in a wide variety of articles and journals, including the Harvard Business Review. You are encouraged to learn more about John at his website,www.MedicoreMe.com

 

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Syncing Social Media and Super Bowl XLVII - The Academy of Sport Management

Syncing Social Media and Super Bowl XLVII - The Academy of Sport Management | Sports Entrepreneurship Legare 4423765 | Scoop.it
Syncing #socialmedia and #SB47 - my latest post to @TheAcademyofSM click it --> http://t.co/eYd6Uljj

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Thomas Salvatore's curator insight, November 2, 2013 4:24 PM

Social media is at the top of its game right now. It's popularity is at an all tiem high and sports teams across the globe are using more and more. During the Super Bowl this past year a program called HoopSuite kept track of all the tweets about the 49ers and Ravens on Twitter and likes and Facebook posts on Facebook. This article is very interesting since it can track what athletes are being most talked about and what reporters are doing the most reporting on each. Social media is a great tool to reach out to people and also promotes the teams. You don't realize how many tweets people send out about certain teams until you see a study like this which makes it very interesting. Sport management has become very involved with social media due to marketing tactics and getting peoples names out there. The fact that you can keep track of hashtags and likes makes this a very interesting tool for sports teams and sporting events.

Jackson Hoffman's curator insight, September 7, 2014 6:42 PM

Superbowl and Social Media

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(More Than) Four Ways to Reverse Engineer How We Learn

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As this country's Battle of the Edu-Tribes rages on, I find myself increasingly disinterested in the slings and arrows of each side's successive character assassination, and increasingly excited when I come upon a school, a community or an...
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MN sport management prof: Wilfs would have put in more stadium ...

MN sport management prof: Wilfs would have put in more stadium ... | Sports Entrepreneurship Legare 4423765 | Scoop.it
Stephen Ross, associate professor of sport management at the University of Minnesota, said that at the time the deal was reached, “the Vikings and NFL were kind of strong-arming” legislators by implying that the franchise ...
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NSW Government introduces new ticket scalping laws | Sports ...

NSW Government introduces new ticket scalping laws | Sports ... | Sports Entrepreneurship Legare 4423765 | Scoop.it
The NSW Government has announced new laws to protect consumers from ticket scalping and to prevent ticket fraud when buying tickets to major sport, concert or entertainment events. Launching the planned legislation, ...
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Grouve Sport Management Group NEWS

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Grouve Sport Management Group NEWS, by grouve sport group: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos. (Grouve Sport Management Group NEWS is out!
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The Four P's of Entrepreneurship - Smashing Boxes

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The Four P's of Entrepreneurship. by Nick Jordan No Comments. Marketing classrooms have long discussed the four P's of marketing: product, promotion, position, and price. I realized it was high time that entrepreneurship ...
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