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Sports CDP Crash Course

Each episode on this podcast is specially curated to give you deep and current insights on how you can get more supporters, superior sales, and real revenue. So if you work in the sports industry and want to learn more about how you can do just that and more, never miss an episode!

Tune in every Tuesday for a new episode.

The secret strategy to embracing GDPR in Sports today Data Talks Sports CDP Crash Course

#57 The secret strategy to embracing GDPR in sports today

GDPR in the world of sports – this is definitely not a new topic. 

GDPR is the toughest privacy and security law in the world and it imposes obligations onto any organization which targets or collects data related to people in the EU. At the center of this law is the protection of personal data. Which is a great thing that all sports organizations should embrace.

The secret to finally reactivating passive supporters, Data Talks Sports CDP Crash Course

#56 The secret to finally reactivating passive supporters

We are nearing the end of the first month of 2023! Although every sports organization is different, a common goal for all is to keep supporters engaged and active. Some focus on trying to get new supporters while others focus on keeping their most engaged supporters, engaged. But have you ever thought about reactivating passive supporters? That is, getting supporters that rarely buy your merchandise or tickets to start buying more and attending more games.

Kati Packalén appearing on Data Talks Sports CDP Crash Course

#55 In conversation with Kati Packalén

Meet Kati Packalén – the Managing Director of Basketball Finland

Kati Packalén worked as a coach in both competitive and unified basketball and was active within the sports industry. Join us as we discuss all this and more with Kati Packalén.

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#54 An introduction to the "4 fundamentals of selling more tickets"​

Some time ago we at Data Talks wanted to truly understand what sports organizations’ biggest pain points were. Serving the sports industry in the best way possible is our biggest passion so of course we would go that extra mile to make sure we really are doing that.

#53 In conversation with Nick Meacham (CEO of Sports Pro Media) - Strategies for a successful career and business in sports. CDP Crash Course Data Talks Sports CDP

#53 In conversation with Nick Meacham

Nick is a Sports and Media leader with over 20 years of expertise. Nick Meacham is the CEO of Sports Pro Media, a publisher, advisory, and events business driving the digital transformation of global sports. Nick is also the host of the StreamTime podcast and a Senior Independent Director of the British volleyball federation, among many other things.

#52 These are the sports trends you'll see a lot in 2023, CDP Crash Course Data Talks CDP

#52 These are the sports trends you'll see a lot in 2023

In the wise words of Robert Kiyosaki, “the best way to predict the future is to study the past…”. And that’s what we did to identify these trends. Not only that, but based on our first-hand experience and research, we are able to bring you these trends with great confidence. So without further ado, let’s dive right in.

#51 In conversation with Stefan Lavén, our CEO and Founder - Looking back on 2022 at Data Talks, CDP Crash Course Data Talks Sports CDP

#51 In conversation with Stefan Lavén

Meet Stefan Lavén the CEO and Founder of Data Talks. 

Did you listen to #49 with Martin Jacobsen, Ticketing Manager at FC Midtjylland on Using a subscription model to sell football tickets? Well, Stefan was the interviewer. So in a sense, you have already met him.

About the host

Lorraine Moalosi

Hello, I am Lorraine. I am the Head of Communications at Data Talks, producer, host of the Sports CDP crash course, and Leader of the Women in Sports: Beyond the hashtag initiative.

If you are passionate about women’s sports, data, selling more tickets and merchandise, and negotiating sponsorship agreements of higher value. Then feel free to get in touch with me.

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