Posts From Darpan Mangwani

Darpan Mangwani
Darpan Mangwani 11 posts

Darpan is an avid sports & marketing fan and shares his thoughts on industry-impacting news. Connect with him on LinkedIn!

FIFA aims to take back control with expansion of the Club World Cup

Plans to revamp the Club World Cup are not universally popular, but a larger tournament featuring the best teams would take its place at the top of the club game.

Eleven Sports introduces new streaming service in Japan

The online sports streaming broadcaster has added Japan to the list of countries where it is active.

NBC Sports and Sky Sports to simulcast content at next week’s Players’ Championship

Ahead of this year’s Players Championship at the iconic Sawgrass course in Florida, Sky Sports and NBC will simulcast and promote each other’s content.

Formula E makes its way back to London in 2020 and is set to feature a unique track

Formula E is coming to London again, and it will feature a unique track.

Five reasons why football teams continue to invest in esports

Esports is a massive opportunity for sports teams and here’s why you’ll see more football clubs

Fly Emirates highlight the pros and cons of activating Real Madrid marketing strategy in El Clasico

Could the brand have executed this better? Or was their message always going to be diluted either by poor form or a less interesting match?

Wolves to take advantage of growing eSports market in China with a team of their own

The high-flying Chinese-owned Premier League club invested their own esports team at the start of the season and are now using their involvement to grow the brand in China.

Nike aims to revolutionize the word “crazy” and promote women in sport

Nike’s new ad promotes gender equality and shows the company isn’t shying away from controversial causes.

UEFA and Kia launch new activation with the aim of donating football boots to refugees

UEFA and Kia’s newest Europa League activation includes a corporate responsibility push.

Manchester City’s kit deal with Puma sees them join rivals Man United as top earners

The new deal will see the Premier League champions move from Nike to the German sportswear giants.

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