When we first began working with pro sports teams, I attended a trade show session hosted by a highly regarded sports data guru. During his.
Most sales and marketing leaders in professional and collegiate sports are beginning to look beyond today’s chaos and focus on strategies to get their organizations.
Everyone is telling you that you must have more data. You have to know EVERYTHING about your fans, your salespeople, your building, and your business.
Here’s a tactic that nearly all organizations have tried at some point: Cast a wider net to maximize sales! The idea, simply put, is that.
The following practice seems to be gaining some momentum by well-intentioned sales leaders and their B.I. partners. A pro sports sales leader’s activity dashboard showed.
Talk to most sales leaders in pro and collegiate sports and they will tell you with 100% certainty that it becomes more difficult to sell.
50 calls a day? Great idea! 100? Even better! And so goes the conventional wisdom in most sports sales organizations. Sports sales management has long.
“You don’t lose money when you add new sales reps.” “Any additional funding needs to go to sales headcount.” “We know that when we hire.
Sports is different. You hear this refrain constantly from Sports people. They mention it when they talk about the tactics in other industries and why.