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Andy Dolich, COO of the San Francisco 49ers on Football, Technology and Sports


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Today, SportsNetworker features an interview with Andy Dolich, Chief Operating Officer of the San Francisco 49ers, and highly respected executive in the sports industry.

As COO of the 49ers, Andy Dolich is responsible for day to day business operations of the franchise.  

Dolich joins the 49ers with over three decades of experience in the professional sports industry, including executive positions in the National Basketball Association (NBA), National Hockey League (NHL) and Major League Baseball (MLB).  

Most recently, Dolich served as President of Business Operations for the Memphis Grizzlies (NBA), where he was responsible for the day-to-day functioning of the team’s business and marketing programs and the operation of the team’s home arena, FedExForum. 

Dolich received his undergraduate degree in Government from American University in Washington, D.C. and his Masters in Sport Management from Ohio University. He serves on a number of sports industry and community-invested boards and organizations.

 

During this interview you will learn:

-About the inside workings of a professional football team

-The direction of professional football and sports

-The ongoing battle with sports executives and technology

-And much more.

 

Click here to listen to this interview.

 

This is a guest interview conducted by Nathan Kievman.  Kievman holds two masters degrees, one in business and the other in sports administration, both from Ohio University, which is one of the most renowned sports administration programs in the world. He is also the Founder and CEO of BusinessSuccessUnlimited.com and works with sports organizations and traditional businesses to help improve revenue through many of the systems he teaches.

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