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.…
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
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 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
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
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…
Why do I run a content platform about sports and business? I could talk about how SportsEpreneur fits in with the rest of my business plan, or I could talk about how it gives value to the public and to current and potential clients. All of that is true. But right now I want to talk about what the…
Getting dirty and doing the work on and off the field. In this episode, we chat with Sean Farrell, CEO of Quality Data Systems and former Minor League Baseball Player for the Oakland Athletics. We discuss the life of a minor leaguer, business lessons from sports, and doing the work.
Sean learned from a young age that if he was going to make it on the field, he had to get dirty. He has taken those same lessons from the ball field and applied them to the business world.
Sean proves that if you put in the work, you can knock it out of the park.
If you are a fan of baseball, hustle, and leadership, you will enjoy this conversation.
We are excited to feature Sean Farrell on the SportsEpreneur Podcast.
Bouncing back after taking life’s biggest hits. In this episode, we chat with Grant Wiley, former West Virginia football player and Chief of Culture at Veepio. We discuss becoming a football All-American at West Virginia University, life’s realizations, and being present. All of this and more with Grant Wiley.
Grant was an all American linebacker at West Virginia University in 2003. He hit hard on the football field, but he quickly found out that life can hit harder. Grant is proof that no matter how hard life hits, you can keep getting back up.
If you are a fan of motivation, football, and leadership, you will enjoy this conversation.
We are excited to feature Grant Wiley on the SportsEpreneur Podcast.
Edge Branding… We’ve seen it with the Oregon Ducks—exotic and diverse uniforms, and a faster pace of play. We’ve seen it with the Boise State Broncos—a blue field. The “it” is a different way of going about things. A large, multi-decade, established company, team, or brand has some advantages; a track record, history, built-up trust. They don’t have often the ability…