One of the most interesting sessions at SEAT was the one where Isabelle Perreault from Stratford Managers presented findings from the Digital Maturity Assessment of SEAT 2015 attendees.
On this Sports Geek Podcast you will learn about:
- The 5 key dimensions of the assessment
- How the SEAT community has grown in past 5 years
- It's not all about the tools, people so important to digital maturity
- How digital has become a significant driver for revenue
- What top level executives are looking for
- Importance of customer experience in stadium and on digital platforms
Resources from the podcast
- Connect with Isabelle Perreault on Linkedin and at Stratford Managers
- Isabelle's Linkedin take on SEAT Digital Maturity Assessment
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Digital Maturity Assessment from SEAT 2015
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Great Resource For Students, Too!
via iTunes by Will Eidam from USA on August 31, 2015
As an MBA student in the Warsaw Sports Marketing Center at Oregon, I listen to Sean’s podcast frequently as a useful resource for understanding concepts and ideas in the sports business landscape. By bringing on big players in the digital landscape like Brian Srabian of the SF Giants and Mark Cuban, amongst others, Sean provides great content that goes beyond the traditional Q&A podcast format. The best part of Sean’s podcast is the global persona it takes on, bringing on guests from Portland to Toronto to his home in Melbourne. The perspective provided by his wide variety of guests has been extremely valuable to me and I’d still listen to the podcast regularly even if Sean didn’t have that amazing accent. A must listen for sports business professionals!
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See you at SEAT in Salt Lake City
Join us at SEAT Conference in Salt Lake City Utah on July 14-15 2023. Many of our podcast guests are SEAT attendees.
SEAT is the conference where sports technology executives unite to discuss and solve the tech problems the sports industry is facing. Collaboration across multiple tracks of technology, digital and data has helped the sports industry deliver improvements across stadium access, wi-fi, security, fan engagement, social media, digital content, ticketing and sponsorship revenue. Sean Callanan, Sports Geek