Create Content Now: Someone Cares

SE58 | Create Content Now: Someone Cares

“Why should I create content now? No one cares what I have to say.” In this SportsEpreneur Podcast episode, Eric Kasimov tackles this concern that he often hears from athletes and business leaders.  This is an audio style blog around our written article, “Content Creation: What If Nobody Cares?” You can read the full article in…

SE56 | Content Starts Conversations

SE56 | Content Starts Conversations

An inside look at how we utilize SportsEpreneur to start conversations. In this SportsEpreneur Podcast episode, Eric Kasimov discusses why he started this passionate content platform, SportsEpreneur. Eric enjoys talking about both sports and business. SportsEpreneur is the catalyst in which our content starts conversations that drives business for us within our marketing company.    By creating content…

The Sports Philanthropy Network | Eric Kasimov | Creating Sports Content | Roy Kessel | SportsEpreneur

SE51 | The Sports Philanthropy Network with Roy Kessel Featuring Eric Kasimov and His Path to Creating Sports Content

Connecting to the sports world through content. Eric had the privilege of being featured on The Sports Philanthropy Network with Roy Kessel. Eric and Roy discuss opportunities in content creation, launching SportsEpreneur, and an athlete’s transition to life after sports.  Creating genuine content as a current or former athlete, sports fan, or business professional can go a long…

Content Marketing and The Gift That It Should Be | Sports Marketing

Content Marketing and The Gift That It Should Be

Content marketing is about giving.  In business, there is a time to ask for the sale. But you need the people you communicate with to trust you. Trust is not built when you sell your product or service on first contact. This isn’t necessarily about that championship t-shirt someone sells. Although even then, the consumer needs to trust the website and shipping.…

Why SportsEpreneur Exists with Founder, Eric Kasimov | SE Podcast

SE41 | Why SportsEpreneur Exists with Founder, Eric Kasimov

Creating analogies between sports and business. In this episode, our SportsEpreneur Founder, Eric Kasimov explains the SportsEpreneur story and why this content platform exists. This content platform has developed in incredible ways throughout the years and has lead to amazing opportunities. We hope you can learn from Eric’s story of why he built this platform, SportsEpreneur.

Are you an athlete or entrepreneur looking to learn more about creating your own content that matters? We encourage you to check out our Content Matterz platform. On this platform, we discuss quick hitting topics in and around the world of content marketing. We hope you can learn from us and our stories. 

Why SportsEpreneur Exists with Eric Kasimov Headlines
Eric’s Desire to Create a Content Platform Around Sports
Why Sports and Business Relate
Applying Sports Analogies to Business
Changing the Perspective of Business Professionals
The Importance of Giving Content
What SportsEpreneur Has Lead To
Doing Fun Work

Sports Betting & Barstool Sports Collide | Penn National Gaming | SportsEpreneur

Sports Betting and Barstool Sports Collide

This sports betting thing is really big, isn’t it? News broke this week that Barstool Sports was receiving a significant investment from a gaming company. Penn National Gaming is investing $163 million into Barstool Sports. Here’s the press release: pngaming.com/barstool-sports. Penn National Gaming (PNG) will own 36% of Barstool Sports. In three years, an additional…

Sports Advertising Insights with John Balkam | SportsEpreneur Podcast

SE37 | Sports Advertising Insights with John Balkam

Sports are getting fat and lazy. Today we speak with John Balkam of Third Win Group to discuss shifting mindset, sports advertising, and diving head-first into creating content. 

We are excited to chat with John Balkam on the SportsEpreneur Podcast. 

The State of Advertising in the Sports World with John Balkam Headlines
If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It
The State of Sports Advertising
The Good in the Sports World
Brands Getting Behind Athletes and Their Causes
How Brands Can Think Differently About ROI
Finding Your Purpose

Sports and Business Collide in a Podcast Chat with Rob Cressy | SportsEpreneur

SE36 | Sports and Business Collide in a Podcast Chat with Rob Cressy

Taking lessons from the incredible sports figure and human being, Frank Reich. Today we speak with Tony Tennaro, Managing Chair for C12 Greater Charlotte. In this episode, we discuss the lessons we have learned from watching and being around Frank Reich. 

We are excited to chat with Tony Tennaro on the SportsEpreneur Podcast. 

Business Lessons Learned from Frank Reich Headlines
Reich’s time in Buffalo
Frank’s Time in Maryland
Learning to Win and Lose from Reich
Not Settling for the Status Quo

The System Matters | SportsEpreneur | SE Original

The System Matters

I never thought I was a system-guy. I thought a system had to be precise, something you follow exactly, and I go by feel most of the time. I’m flexible. Except when I dissected my process, there was a system. I had just never thought about it that way before. Why did I start examining…