On this week's episode Sean chats with Daniel Brusilovsky, Digital Initiatives Lead at Golden State Warriors. Sean chats with Daniel about growing up in Silicon Valley and what innovation means in a NBA team.

On this podcast you'll learn about:

  • How Daniel's career started and how his entrepreneurial background led him to sports
  • How Imoji got started (and eventually sold)
  • What Daniel's Digital Initiatives Lead role involves
  • Why the Warriors have a Performance Engine and Innovation Engine
  • How the Warriors plan to balance tech vs fans needs/experience in a new stadium
  • How being in Silicon Valley gives the Warriors a competitive edge
  • The Warriors VR recruiting video made for a certain free agent
Daniel Brusilovsky on Silicon Valley and Innovation

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If you are interested in the business of sports or sports tech, make the SportsGeek podcast your number one listen. Sean Callanan not only brings great global sports insight and experience to his content but also regularly includes compelling guest interviews from all over the world of sports. Whether you are looking for information on digital, strategy, venue/team technology or operations, you'll find it here.

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