SE73 | Sports Have the Power to Change Lives for the Better with Dan Soviero

SE73 | Sports Have the Power to Change Lives for the Better with Dan Soviero | SportsEpreneur Podcast

Dan Soviero, Founder and CEO of Signature Athletics joins the SportsEpreneur podcast to take on all topics related to that amazing line, “sports have the power to change lives for the better.” There are many obstacles we all encounter in life, and in this introspective conversation with Dan Soviero, we hear stories of going deaf … Read more

SE72 | Montee Ball and Derek Bylsma on Antonio Brown, Transfer Portal, and NIL

SE72 | Montee Ball and Derek Bylsma on Antonio Brown, Transfer Portal, and NIL

Wisconsin Badger Superstar Running Back Montee Ball and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and nationally board-certified counselor Derek Bylsma are the featured guests of this SportsEpreneur podcast — hosted by Eric Kasimov, founder of SportsEpreneur. They talk about the complexities surrounding Antonio Brown, the college football transfer portal, and NIL (Name, Image, and Likeness). Montee and … Read more

The European Super League: Where Did It Go?

The European Super League: Where Did It Go? | SportsEpreneur soccer content

The European Super League fell apart before it ever even started. As news came to light of 12 of Europe’s most dominant football clubs were joining this new, midweek league, the Union of European Football Association (UEFA) and Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) spoke out on the dissatisfaction of the emerging league and how … Read more

Esports: A Different Way To Think Of Sport

Esports: A Different Way To Think Of Sport

The sports industry was one of the hardest-hit industries thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, but one sport seemed to thrive in a time left uncertain to the rest: Esports. Shortened seasons, empty stadiums, and daily coronavirus testing left players, coaches, and fans in defeat. But as people were encouraged to stay home, finding ways to … Read more

Is Being a White Sox Fan Driving Me Insane?

Is Being a White Sox Fan Driving Me Insane? | SportsEpreneur

“Is Being a White Sox Fan Driving Me Insane” is an article written by KazCM creator, Charlie Westerman.  A journey of a million miles begins with a 0-0 start. It was a Friday afternoon last July. I had finished all of my weekly tasks which meant there was only one thing left to focus on: opening night … Read more

The Missteps of the NCAA

When the women’s teams from across the country arrived in San Antonio to compete in the 2021 NCAA Tournament, images and videos went viral of the disparities between what the women were provided in their tournament compared to the men’s NCAA tournament in Indianapolis. Ali Kershner, sports performance coach at Stanford, posted a side-by-side photo … Read more

Super Bowl Business Lessons

Super Bowl Business Lessons | Charlotte, NC | SportsEpreneur

Takeaways from the Big Game | Or Simply Put, Super Bowl Business Lessons From Super Bowl 54 As we look back on the 2020 Super Bowl, we can’t help but look for ways to learn from it. While these aren’t lessons for us to teach our favorite teams how to make it to the Super … Read more

What’s Your Super Bowl?

Sports and Entrepreneurship Blog Article

Super Bowl Sunday. Biggest sporting event of the year. But if your team isn’t playing in the game this year, don’t assume you don’t get a Super Bowl. Now, I don’t mean consuming mass amounts of chicken wings, or anything similar, and I’m not necessarily talking about sports. I mean what is the biggest event … Read more

Sports Media Wants Your Clicks—Especially YOU, Buckeye Fans

Sports Media Wants Your Clicks—Especially YOU, Buckeye Fans | SportsEpreneur

Pick a polarizing team in the world of sports. Follow the commentary on that team on social media long enough, and you’ll start to see a pattern, a pattern of negativity—because these aren’t just opinions. These are opinions with an agenda. There are many teams that are polarizing. The Dallas Cowboys, the New England Patriots, the … Read more