Here is the the mega interview SEAT Conference edition of the Sports Geek Podcast in this episode you’ll hear from Kevin Naylor (Indiana Pacers) and Steve Conley (Boston Red Sox) what it is like working in the sports IT industry, Russell Scibetti (New York Jets) will continue his Q&A of Paul Greenberg on CRM and we look back at #SEAT2013 with team #blackshirts members BJ Scott and Colin Stoffel. A #SEAT2013 recap couldn’t be done without chatting to Christine Stoffel and Tod Caflisch about Kansas City and the plans for SEAT 2014 in New York.
More specifically, in this podcast you’ll find out about:
- Why IT is an exciting space in sports
- How stadiums are getting closer to solving “the wi-fi problem”
- How CRM practices in sports stack up against other industries
- Why sentiment in sports may be misleading
- The importance of networking when trying to break into sports
- Why SEAT peer driven conference strategy works
Resources from the episode
- Find Kevin Naylor on Twitter (@Hoops4Kev) and Linkedin
- Find Steve Conley on Linkedin
- Find Russell Scibetti on Twitter (@rscibetti) and Linkedin and at TheBusinessOfSports.com
- Find Paul Greenberg on Twitter (@pgreenbe) and Linkedin and at the56group
- Check out Paul’s CRMIdol.com
- Paul’s wrap of #SEAT2013 –Sports, Technology, and the Aura: SEAT 2013
- Sporting KC Uphoria app – Android & iTunes
- Find BJ Scott on Twitter (@BJ6Ringz) and Linkedin
- Find Tod Caflisch on Twitter (@TCaflisch) and Linkedin
- Find Christine Stoffel on Twitter (@CBRCIO) and Linkedin
- Listen to SGP 013, my presentation at SEAT with Philippe Dore
- SEAT 2013 Fan Cam – Tag yourself & connect.
- Follow #SEAT2013 for more updates from SEAT Conference
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