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(Date TBC) A Look To The Olympic Games

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. The Greatest Show on Earth comes to Tokyo just months after Japan has hosted another major event

Euro 2020: Using digital and technology to overcome its challenges

How will the Euro’s use digital and technology to overcome the challenges of being hosted in 12 different venues and cities around Europe? About this Event Welcome to 2020 –

Rugby World Cup Retrospective

The Rugby World Cup is the biggest set-piece event of the autumn. Taking place in Japan just months before the Olympic Games in Tokyo next summer, this is a huge

Sports Publisher Summit: Digital Advertising and Content, 2020 & Beyond

The advertising industry is an ever changing landscape and one that impacts every single publisher choosing to monetise their content. In a crowded market with ad tech advancing, advertisers keen

Where does cricket go from here?

With Cricket World Cup hosted on British soil and the new Hundred format set to come onto the scene. This should be an exciting time for cricket. But it’s also

Key takeaways from Digital Sport London’s Growing Women’s Football event

The best of the insights from Digital Sport London’s Growing Women’s Football event at Howard Kennedy in central London.

How Digital Can Help Grow Women’s Sport

Momentum is gathering in women’s football. The World Cup is generating interest from all corners of the globe and there’s investment coming into the wider game (both club and international)

“Preparing the ground” is key to growing women’s football after encouraging World Cup

Digital Sport London focuses on women’s football this evening, as Endeavor and Visa give us their views.

“Getting ready for July 8th” – Visa’s support of women’s football won’t end with the World Cup

Digital Sport London’s July event looks at women’s football – here, panellist Adrian Farina gives his take on Visa’s World Cup sponsorship activations and tells us why now’s the time to start really promoting the game.

Premier League could take over WSL as strategy to grow women’s football is up for discussion

Women’s Super League could become administered by the Premier League. Meanwhile the debate rages over the best strategies for growing women’s football.