Meet the new President & CEO of Sports ETA , John David & learn about his ‘why’ and the work that led him here.
In this episode, Host Kathrine Nero chats with John David about the new & exciting things happening within Sports ETA.
John shares his ‘why’ with Kathrine and more about the work that led him to his current position.
John has received numerous industry awards, most recently being named the Sports ETA Rights Holder of the Year in 2021.
John and his wife Jennifer reside in Chandler, Arizona, and have three daughters: Faith, Grace, and Jolie.
Sports tourism has become important to destinations around the world, and our team of experts will talk about issues, and interview rights holders and destination leaders about the latest developments in the industry.
The Old Elliot Cup and Detroit Cup
Interview with Janis Burke, CEO of the Harris County-Houston Sports Authority.
Ryan Vaughn talks sports, the tech sector and whether he might ever run for mayor - IBJ Podcast
Recorded webinar from Thursday, February 3 at 11:30 AM ET.
Learn more about Endurance Exchange, the premier annual conference for the sport of triathlon and endurance multisport industry. Hosted annually by USA Triathlon, Endurance Exchange brings together over 800 coaches, race directors, medical professionals, athletes and other industry constituents for a week-long educational event.
USA Triathlon is searching for the next home of Endurance Exchange to be hosted in February or the first week of March in 2023 and 2024. During this webinar you will learn about Endurance Exchange and the necessary requirements for hosting their events, the webinar will wrap up with a Q&A discussion.
This episode is a bit self serving as Matt just gets to hang out with his friends. Matt and Kim are joined this week by Danielle Vincenti, Rachel Rogers, and Suzanne Cecil. Each has served in several roles in the sports industry and are passionate advocates for sports tourism and professional development and advancement for women in sports. They provide great life lesson from their personal journeys and some heart warming and funny stories from events. I bet you never thought we would be talking about trash talking ventriloquist dummies on a sports podcast.
As chief operating officer of Chicago Event Management, which organizes the Bank of America Chicago Marathon, Mike Nishi has been the logistics lead for the race since 1990. What started out with 6,000 runners has grown to the one of the largest marathons in the world. In 2019, more than 45,000 people finished the race. After the 2020 race was forced to go virtual, the 2021 race on October 10 proved to be one of the most challenging in the event’s history as COVID regulations forced event organizers to operate differently than they had in the past. In doing so, the Chicago Marathon became the first of the six Abbott World Marathon Majors to be run in person since the pandemic began. In this episode, learn what it took to produce the race, how organizers handled COVID protocols, how organizers communicated with participants and what major takeaways Nishi has for event organizers and host cities staging their own events in a post-COVID world.
As we kick-off the first in-person Sports ETA Annual Symposium in more than 18 months, the opening session will allow attendees pause to learn and reflect upon the civil rights legacy of our host destination, Birmingham. You'll hear impactful stories and learn from experts how the legacy of the area is woven into the fabric of sports events and tourism, providing important perspective to carry forward throughout the conference.
Cap off your first day of the 2021 Sports ETA Annual Symposium with a dynamic Q&A discussion with some of the industry's leading voices. Hear what trends they are watching and why, learn how they are innovating the industry, and bring your questions to this all-star panel.