[Source: SportAccord Convention] SportAccord Convention, the largest global gathering covering the business of sport and attended by all international sport federations, is delighted to confirm its Principal Media Partners, Sportcal, SportsPro and Yutang Sports for its 16th edition taking place from 15 - 20 April 2018 in Bangkok, Thailand.
Selected as Principal media partners for their unique offerings, media reach and expertise, particularly in the APAC region, they will provide media and marketing support in the lead-up to the next Convention, as well as in-depth news coverage and workshops during #SAC2018.
Sportcal has provided sports market intelligence for over 25 years and delivers sports analysis and insight to a range of global clients supported by its product suite of Intelligence Centres, data-driven Insight package, and Global Sports Impact Project.
SportsPro has served the global sports industry since 2008, providing content on the commercial, political and organisational aspects of global professional sport. Its platforms offer expert commentary and opinion, features and in-depth interviews, and the sports industry can now keep up-to-date with breaking news and analysis on the move with its recently launched SportsPro app.
Yutang Sports has been in the business of sports marketing and sponsorship services for 20 years accumulating rich expertise and a deep understanding of the ongoing transformation of the Chinese sports market. Yutang Sports will also host a dedicated Chinese language section on their website for the SportAccord Convention 2018, as well as produce video content to connect with the Chinese sports community around the globe through its multiple social media platforms.
Welcoming this year’s Principal Media Partners on-board, Nis Hatt, Managing Director of SportAccord Convention said, “We are delighted to be working with Sportcal, SportsPro and Yutang Sports again. Their continued support as well as marketing and media services will help to drive awareness and deliver up-to-the-minute sports news stories around the world.”
[Source: SportAccord Convention]