5
Apr
2011

Rugby lifted by growth in emerging markets

Professor Simon Chadwick from the Center for Business in Sport (CIBS) at Coventry University talks to MasterCard’s Head of Sponsorships, Asia/Pacific Middle East & Africa, Stuart Cameron, about the sport’s growth markets, IRB investment and the influence of Sevens ahead of this year’s Rugby World Cup in New Zealand.

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7
Feb
2011

Barcelona FC: The End? Prof. Simon Chadwick

Simon Chadwick speaks about the changes that have taken place in Barcelona football club over the past decade.

The Coventry Conversations are brought to you by the Department of Media and Communication at Coventry University which has courses in Journalism and Media, Media and Communications, Media Production and Photography. You can stay up to date with us by visiting the CU Today Journalism Student website.

28
Sep
2010

Sports Business Strategy and Marketing - Professor Simon Chadwick

Simon became Professor of Sport Business Strategy and Marketing at Coventry University Business School in 2007. Simon has published extensively in the areas of sports marketing and sport business strategy and has collaborated with various organisations. He has also worked as a consultant to a variety of sport businesses.

Here he discusses his work.

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27
Sep
2010

Ambush Marketing in Sport - Simon Chadwick

Professor Simon Chadwick, from Coventry University Business School, discusses ambush marketing and its impact on sports in the future.

21
Feb
2010

Managing Rio Ferdinand and others - Chris Nathaniel

Chris Nathaniel is CEO of the NVA Entertainment Group, a leading company working across the entertainment and sports industries.

Chris has negotiated deals for John Terry and works closely with Rio Ferdinand, Micah Richards, Obafemi Martins and Ryan Babel.

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3
Feb
2010

The True Cost of Tiger Woods’ Fall - Professor Simon Chadwick

Professor Simon Chadwick continues the examination of Tiger Woods' downfall with a focus on the real costs of what has happened.

3
Feb
2010

The Fall of Tiger Woods - Jim White

Jim White is a sports columnist for the daily telegraph as well as an author and broadcaster. He was a founding member of The Independent in 1986 and worked there for a decade before moving to The Guardian. He won sports columnist of the year during his time there and established himself as one of the most well-respected sports journalists. He now writes for the Daily Telegraph as a regular columnist and arts critic.

He talks today about the fall of Tiger Woods.

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26
Mar
2009

Is the Recession Killing Sport? - Professor Simon Chadwick

This is the first of our talks for the Coventry University Global Masterclass Series.

In this talk Professor Simon Chadwick talks about the impact that the global recession is having on the business of sport.

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12
Mar
2009

The Role of Football in Development - Africa Day - Oneyachi Wambo

Oneyachi Wambo runs Score4Africa, celebrating the power of football to transform lives for the better. The Score4Africa awards ceremony is to celebrate African footballers and was staged at the House of Lords in 2008.

In this Coventry Conversation, Oneyachi talks specifically about the role of football in development.

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12
Mar
2009

Football IS the New Slavery - Africa Day - Ade Daramy

Ade Daramy is Sierra Leonese by birth. He is a journalist and broadcaster working in London who takes a professional interest in African Football.

This talk, which was recorded as part of the Coventry Conversations Africa Day, starts  with Ade suggesting that football is the new slave trade.

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