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Networking Miracles: Three Principles That Make You a Believer

Admit it: Whenever you embark on networking you hope (even deep down inside) that your actions and activities connect you to someone or something that leads you to wondrous (almost miraculous) results.  This, then, begs the question – using sport announcer Al Michaels famous call – do you believe in miracles?…which is a wonderful segue…

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11 Positive Outcomes From Hosting A Networking Event

One way to expand your reach in the sports industry, or any industry for that matter, would be to host your own networking event.  It would be great to host a large industry trade show like the National Sports Forum, a Sports Business Journal Event, or the U.S. Sports Film Festival, but for most of…

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7 Simple Networking Principles That Enhance Your Sports Career Odds

  by Lewis Howes– The Sports Networker   “There are over 380,000 student athletes, and most of us go pro in something other than sports.”  This tagline was created by the NCAA nearly two years and it emphasizes how difficult it is in getting paid to play sports.  Finding a job in the sports industry…

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Sports Networking Event- U.S. Sports Film Festival

      The U.S. Sports Film Festival is this months featured networking event.  Join our featured Sports Networker Ben Sturner, sports marketing expert Joe Favorito, and many more of us who are attending the first annual U.S. Sports Film Festival In Philadelphia on October 23 – 26, 2008.  The USSFF is not just a festival, it…

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Featured Sports Networker: Tim Hayden of Vivid Sky

Tim Hayden is the CEO of Vivid Sky, and creator of the in-stadium wireless initiative where fans can access unlimited content through a cell phone or through Vivid Sky’s rugged handheld devices.  His product is perfect for venues, stadiums, and arenas to provide more for fans including  instant replays, stats, and stadium services directly from…

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