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Fresh update on "partner" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "partner" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Of people said their final goodbyes to Virginia McLaren on Friday. She passed away earlier in November at the age of one 13. Sheryl Christmas of united planning ran a foster grandparents program that McLaren belonged to, she spoke with our partners at news four about the legacy she left with the community, especially the young folks. I remember her saying to me, the one thing I always give is unconditional love. And I teach manners. She was big on manners. You may remember when McLaren went viral for her dance with the obamas. That was 6 years ago. Hollandaise traditions return to the Shaw neighborhood for small business Saturday, two floors of holiday shopping with a variety of gifts from some of the nation's most renowned black designers and artisan shops as well. Juanita

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BMC Software Partners With Telefónica to Bring Blockchain to Data Workflows

TheCoinsPost

00:42 sec | 3 d ago

BMC Software Partners With Telefónica to Bring Blockchain to Data Workflows

"3 p.m. Thursday, July 21st, 2022. BMC software partners with, nika, to bring blockchain to data workflows. BMC software, the American multinational information technology services and consulting has announced a new partnership with telephony to integrate blockchain capabilities into the BMC helix control M platform using telephony text trust OS service. The BMC helix control M solution is a SaaS platform that simplifies the integration, automation, and orchestration of highly complex enterprise application and data. The post BMC software partners with telephony to bring blockchain to data workflows appeared first on the coins post.

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Shiba Inu and Travala Launch an Exclusive Offer for SHIB Users 

The Crypto Basic

00:41 sec | 3 d ago

Shiba Inu and Travala Launch an Exclusive Offer for SHIB Users 

"7 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Shiba Inu and travala launch an exclusive offer for S HIB users, Shiba Inu has partnered with cryptocurrency friendly travel website, tiara valad dot com on an exclusive special deal. According to an announcement, the partners have launched an offer for Shiba Inu enthusiasts to get a free 25 travel credit when they create an account on the cryptocurrency friendly travel website. The free 25 travel credit can be used to book. The post Shiba Inu and travala launch an exclusive offer for SHI B users first appeared on the crypto basic

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Secure your crypto

CoinJar

00:21 sec | 3 d ago

Secure your crypto

"12 a.m. Friday November 11th, 2022. Secure your crypto. It scams awareness week and coin jar is an official partner. While scabs are an unfortunate fact of the crypto landscape, there are a few simple ways that you can protect yourself. And a few things that coin jar does to help out too.

US Bolsters Ukrainian Military With $400 Million in Aid

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

US Bolsters Ukrainian Military With $400 Million in Aid

"The U.S. is sending more aid to Kyiv has Russia continues hammering Ukraine's energy sources. The latest package is $400 million in a weapon, same munition and generators. It'll come from The Pentagon's own stockpiles in a bid to get the aid out as fast as possible, but the continued push raises questions about just how long the U.S. and its partners can keep sustaining the fight without impacting their own military readiness. Many European nations say they've already pushed out all the excess equipment they could afford to send. The Pentagon's top weapons buyer met with partners in Brussels last week to discuss how to keep the weapons flowing. Sagar Meghani, Washington

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Accountant testifies Trump claimed decade of huge tax losses

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 4 d ago

Accountant testifies Trump claimed decade of huge tax losses

"An accountant has testified that Donald Trump claimed a decade of huge tax losses on Norman hall. His longtime account of testify that Donald Trump reported losses on his tax returns every year for a decade, including nearly 700 million in 2009 and 200 million in 2010, Donald bender a partner at the firm that handled Trump's personal tax returns at Trump's reported losses from 2009 to 2018 included net operating losses from some of the many businesses the aunts through the trough organization. The company is charged with helping some topic executives of what income taxes on compensation they got in addition to their salaries, if convicted, the company could be fined more than $1 million, the former president has not charged in the case. I Norman hall

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Rumors Swirl Around Silvergate Bank As Shares Fall

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:24 min | Last week

Rumors Swirl Around Silvergate Bank As Shares Fall

"Now in terms of contagion outside of FTX, one of the institutions that people are keeping a close watch on is silvergate bank. Silvergate bank services a huge part of this industry. In fact, it's one of the only banks that does. The crypto specialized bank operated its own proprietary to crypto settlement rails, which are used throughout the crypto space. Due to fears of its exposure to FTX, silvergate stock is down 54% this month. Institutional crypto trading platform falcon X informed its clients that it would be no longer using silvergate for clearing late this week. Falcon X said this was quote out of an abundance of caution. In line with their aim to be the quote safest counterparty during these market conditions. Optimistically then, this move doesn't necessarily indicate a problem at silvergate, just crypto platform seeking to minimize all counterparty risk, but that hasn't kept the chattering class from saying that something might be wrong at silvergate as well. What's more, the rumors around silvergate were getting worse, not better. By midday Friday, silvergate stock was down 20% in the last two days. One defender Friday came in the form of block towers area David Paul. He wrote, an update on silvergate. We've done some more analysis and our confident it's solvent, with large margin for error, as confident as we can be as non bank experts performing superficial financial analysis. It's critical and valuable infrastructure to the industry, and they've always been good faith partners to the industry. Any bank can face liquidity challenges, but silvergate structured balance sheet very defensively. And so is in great shape to deal with short term liquidity challenges.

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Senate Faces Continueing Resolution Battle

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:08 min | Last week

Senate Faces Continueing Resolution Battle

"So senator, when we turn our attention to the end of the year, I would have supported the same sex marriage bill. I don't know whether you did or not, but it's going to pass. And that clears one thing. You need to continuing resolution. I don't want one that goes much in the next year because I want the Republican majority in the House to be an equal partner with leader McConnell and the caucus and Chuck Schumer and his caucus. What is going to happen here? Is there going to be a CR short CR or a long CR? Well, that is going to be the challenge right now. We've not heard. This is one of the frustrations that we have as a conference is that none of us have seen any of the appropriation bills. In fact, the final number for appropriations have been said, Chuck Schumer is not brought a single appropriation bill. There's 12 of them, not one of them is even come to committee this year and he's trying to actually form a an agreement behind the scenes. We're literally the Senate would never see it even in committee until this time for final passage. Well, just say now, right? Until next year, that helps us with leverage significantly to be able to get things resolved. But if we see an omnibus, it's going to be something completely negotiated behind the scenes that none of us ever saw. Does

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Republicans Find Their Way Through Tough Conversations

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:23 min | Last week

Republicans Find Their Way Through Tough Conversations

"More to glory, America, bonjour, high candidate who you're alive inside the beltway on this Thursday I'll be on special report tonight on the panel with Brett bear talking about the house finally being called for the Republicans. Mitch McConnell being returned to lead the GOP Senate. One of his colleagues, Jim Langford, just won a thunderous reelection for another 6 years. I'm not sure if at the sentence or a big win. I know you want to serve the people of Oklahoma. Welcome back, senator lankford. How are you? I'm doing very well. Good morning. Yeah, by the way, it's a bit of a boat. It's a victory and a sentence as well. So I'm very glad for you. I was at a national Republican senatorial committee event, probably a year and a half ago with you and your wonderful wife and with Rick Scott and everyone. You know, Republican senators may have disagreements. But they actually, they don't have fisticuffs. I tried to explain that in the first hour I'd like you to expand on that. Any partnership. And I've run two law firms with more than 20 partners. And they disagree. And then they get that they have a vote in the end. You go along with what the vote is. Is that the way the Senate Republican caucus will work? That is the way that it works actually. There's always frustration. We obviously underperform what we thought we would during the elections last week. So there's a need for a very serious conversation about where we're going. How we communicating the issues, what are the key things that we're actually trying to be able to promote and put out there. Those are hard conversations that need to have and we spent hours Monday and Tuesday going through some very Frank conversations on that as we should.

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Sean Feucht Describes His Upcoming 'Kingdom to the Capitol' Tour

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | Last week

Sean Feucht Describes His Upcoming 'Kingdom to the Capitol' Tour

"Want to talk to my friend Sean Foyt, Sean, we love to kick off the day with a blond surfer dude wearing the let us worship T-shirt, sweatshirt. You are in California with your family. But I wanted to talk to you before we launch into everything with abdu Murray who really is amazing. You are doing something next year that when I heard about this, I said, this is exciting. And I want to get my audience excited about this. I hope that I can join you for a lot of this, but talk about what you call this tour that you're doing next year. Yeah, so the lord gave us this kind of mandate because nobody would do anything that's crazy without hearing from God, but called kingdom to the capitol, which is basically taking the battle, taking the fight of worship prayer, activism to every single U.S. state capitol. So meaning 50 states, 50 capitals and in a post row era, it's increasingly more important that we bring the fight for life for justice for education for everything to the capitals of every state. And so what we're doing is in 2023 and 2024, we're mobilizing the church of America in every single state to gather on the steps of their state capital and it looks like next year we're probably going to do about 26, 27 capitals and then do the remaining capitals in 2024. We're partnering with turning point faith USA, which is going to be really fun and a bunch of amazing Friends. It is going to be the wildest tour. I'm telling you guys, you got to pray with us, join us. We're going to come to your state, your capital. You can go to kingdom to the capitol dot com to sign up. That's capital with an O, by the way. Kingdom to the capitol dot com sign up, find out when we're coming to your capital.

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Epstein's Florida House of Horrors to Be Razed

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:48 min | Last week

Epstein's Florida House of Horrors to Be Razed

"I wanted to mention that in the midst of all this insanity with the election. And God knows that's what we're thinking about. A very nice thing happened. The Florida mansion where Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused underage girls. He's going to be demolished. Because a local real estate developer decided to snatch it up and buy the damn thing and he said, you know what? Look, it's on the market for 21 million in change. I got that. I can buy that. No problem. Here's what I'm going to do. Once the deal is closed next month, I'm going to raise the whole building and the neighborhood's going to love me because they'll never have to see that home again. So kudos and I hate that word, kudos to Todd Michael glaser. I mean, it's great. To have 21 million lying around and so you know what? I could do a lot of things with that money, but I'm going to take this home and knock the shit out of it, so no one sees it again. And Palm Beach is going to be very happy that it's gone. tell the paper in Palm Beach exactly how much his partner's paid. Because it was on the market for 21 9, but he might have paid a little bit less, might have paid a little bit more. Either way, if you're in Palm Beach and you kept walking by that House of horrors, it's going to be real nice to see that thing be gone.

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Jaguars rally from 17-0 deficit to beat Raiders 27-20

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jaguars rally from 17-0 deficit to beat Raiders 27-20

"Travis Etienne ran for two touchdowns while the Jaguars were erasing a 17 point deficit to beat the Raiders 27 20 ET and finished with 109 yards for his third consecutive 100 yard game helping Jacksonville end a 5 game losing streak Trevor Lawrence completed 25 of 31 passes for 235 yards and a touchdown Every phase played a partner I think that's what makes it great too It's not like the offensive defense had to carry us for this one It was just everybody playing together Nobody panicked Derek Carr was 22 of 37 passing for 266 yards With both TD passes to Davante Adams I'm Dave ferry

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Hug breaks wheelchair course record, wins 5th NYC Marathon

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Hug breaks wheelchair course record, wins 5th NYC Marathon

"The New York City marathon is back to full capacity for the first time since the pandemic with 50,000 runners on our 26.2 mile course through all 5 boroughs Sunday Daniel Roberts is running her 6th marathon and she says there's nothing like it The New York crowds are like nowhere else You know turning into Central Park When you're in New York you're like a rockstar The 55 year old thyroid cancer survivor running to raise money for research Her husband has cancer now That form of non Hodgkin's lymphoma is incurable So training and getting through the runs a lot was just being able to do something that he couldn't The marathon has 500 official charity partners last year close to $48 million was raised Julie Walker New York

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Ex-lawmaker pleads guilty in theft of $1.2M in COVID-19 aid

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Ex-lawmaker pleads guilty in theft of $1.2M in COVID-19 aid

"Charges in connection with the theft of more than $1.2 million in federal coronavirus relief funds when he was an aide to the city council of West Haven Connecticut and a democratic state representative He'll have to pay the city back and could face over four years in prison according to sentencing guidelines prosecutors and Hartford say he conspired to defraud the city using bogus invoices for coronavirus related services that were never performed and used some of the money for gambling at the mohegan sun casino His wife and a business partner also pled guilty and a fourth person accused in the case awaits trial and audit released in April indicated that about 80% of the city's virus relief expenditures should not have been allowed and in May the governor approved a recommendation to place the city's finances under greater oversight I'm Jennifer King

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Founder Rob Collins Tells Us About His Conservative Credit Card Coign

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 3 weeks ago

Founder Rob Collins Tells Us About His Conservative Credit Card Coign

"Joining us now is rob Collins from coin as many of you remember. We really partner with coin and they have a waiting list very long, which is a great problem to have. Rob, welcome back to the program. Give us the update from coin. So we continue to grow. We launched being in May, exceeded our expectations. Even our lofty goals, and we've been onboarding customers since July, the experience has been great. We're in both app stores. We're in the Apple wallet. We're getting in the Google wallet. And I spent the summer criss-crossing this country talking to patriots and saying, here's what we did with a little bit of money. I need more money. Let's grow this thing. The great thing about credit card businesses is that we don't need cardboard or labor or anything we just need money. And to grow. And so we had an unbelievable summer. The people who stepped forward and said, I really believe in the vision. You know, a conservative credit card that will not only push back and organize conservative commerce to have a voice in every boardroom in America and reorient boardrooms in America, but also build up the conservative movement with charitable donations to conserve great conservative causes. Please, can I invest? Can I help you out? And like I said, I spent the summer raising money and we had an unbelievable success. And every day, our membership goes up, the number of cards that are out in circulation continues to grow. We're doing a big push right after the election, because I know everyone's really focused on the elections, but our customers are. The email and call us about it. But we're not political. We're just trying to make sure there's a conservative voice in corporate America through credit cards. So if some of our audience is on a wait list, you guys are working through that, right? Because we got an email every so often. Is that right? Yeah. I know it's frustrating. I hate weightless. Like every other American lists lines, Disney, whatever it is, I don't like them. But we're trying to disrupt a $100 billion 80 year old market. And so we're a startup. So we're growing our customers, our weightlifters have been super patient. We've been trying to tell them our path. We're going to keep talking to them and saying, this is a journey. Listen, I can see the top of the mountain. The path isn't straight. It's not level. But it's right there in front of us. And we just got to keep moving our feet every day and

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What Can Be Done About DOJ Corruption? President Trump Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:31 min | 3 weeks ago

What Can Be Done About DOJ Corruption? President Trump Weighs In

"The big question. What can be done with the corruption at the DoJ, the FBI after multiple impeachments against yourself that failed the Mueller probe? I designed this a few weeks ago. My producers said it was excessive. It is now the hottest selling item on our website. It is a mug that says, Biden's Gestapo, the FBI. Can it be fixed with a new director, or do we have to scrap it? Well, we have no choice. If we don't fix it, you're not going to have a country left anymore because our country, we're not a confident country anymore. And we always had a law enforcement system that we thought, and you know, if you go back to the local level and the police and the job they've done, even there, they've taken their authority away. So the opposite. They've taken their authority away. And we have crime in these Democrat run cities. We have crime, like nobody's ever seen before. People being pushed randomly from the subway trains that are coming down at rather rapid speeds. Look, what's going on is just not even thinkable. I just saw that and I'm not sure this is possible, but I'm just seeing that truth to vote two of the people were arrested. Catherine, engelbrecht, who, as you know, is a fantastic woman. Have you seen that? This morning, I mentioned it 7 a.m. thanks to a corrupt judge in Houston, both Catherine engelbrecht, the heroine and the hero of 2000 mules her partner Greg Phillips were arrested for refusing to give up their source for the Chinese company that was taking election data to Mainland China. Is this fixable? Because I know you have great respect for both Catherine and Greg. They were central to the national film. This shouldn't be happening in America. And the job they did was on tape. It's not like, oh gee, they made something up. I mean, they have cameras. Government cameras taking nobody bothered to go look at the tapes, right? But they have government cameras that have it absolutely on tape. The job they've done. And then you say, well, how come they don't do this with the leaker? The leaker of the Supreme Court, because if you went and got to that reporter, that's a terrible thing that happened. It puts our justices at tremendous risk and that continues. So they can't find the liquor. It's very easy to find the leaker. If you did the same thing to the reporter, as you did to Catherine engelbrecht, who's a great woman, you say, we want to know who the leaker was because the leaker gave the story to this reporter.

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Decision Desk HQ Projects the Senate Will Go to Republicans

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 3 weeks ago

Decision Desk HQ Projects the Senate Will Go to Republicans

"Town halls official town hall dot com has an official election results partner decision desk headquarters for the first time in 2022 now specifically projecting that Republicans are going to take control of the Senate 51 49. The decision desk headquarters. Their model and they've run millions of different combinations and 14 million simulations, they've got the U.S. Senate races in Nevada, Georgia and Pennsylvania as the only toss ups while North Carolina, Ohio, Florida and Wisconsin are all lean or likely Republican races. I don't say that to give you a sense of cockiness, don't be complacent, make sure you vote, get ten people, 20 people, 50 people to vote, it's important. It's crucial, but we are 8 days away of quite possibly getting this country back.

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Nancy Pelosi's Husband Attacked in San Francisco Home

Mark Levin

02:00 min | Last month

Nancy Pelosi's Husband Attacked in San Francisco Home

"Is this attack on Paul Pelosi in his home in San Francisco And I want to comment on this of course it's a horrific thing And last reports are that he was hurt badly That his head was fractured his skull And that they expect him to make a full recovery Now here is William Scott the police chief at San Francisco cut one go At approximately two 27 this morning San Francisco police officers were dispatched to the residents of speaker Nancy Pelosi regarding an a priority well-being check When the officers arrive on scene they encountered an adult male and mister Pelosi's husband Paul Our officers observed Mitch Pelosi and suspect both holding a hammer The suspect pulled the hammer away from its below and violently assaulted him with it Our officers immediately tackled the suspect disarmed him took him into custody requested emergency backup and rendered medical aid his suspect has been identified as 42 year old David de Pepe Mister Pelosi and mister de pappy were transported to a local hospital for treatment This is an active investigation currently being led by the San Francisco police department special investigations division We are working closely with our partners from the FBI the U.S. attorney's office the U.S. capitol police and our district attorney here in San Francisco county DA brook Jenkins and her team The motive for this attack is still being determined Mister de Pepe will be booked at the San Francisco county jail on the following charges Attempted homicide assault with the daily weapon elder abuse burglary and several other additional felonies

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California man pleads guilty in pandemic fraud case

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

California man pleads guilty in pandemic fraud case

"A California man pleads guilty after he and his business partner were indicted for pandemic relief fraud 44 year old Pierre Rogers of Irvine California was arrested at the end of June and faced charges of bank fraud wire fraud and money laundering The U.S. attorney's office in New Hampshire says he pled guilty this week in federal court and conquered to fraudulently trying to obtain more than three and a half $1 million through COVID-19 relief programs intended to help small businesses using some of the proceeds to buy a Rolls Royce worth over a $100,000 Prosecutors say Rogers and his business partner Joshua leavitt knowingly filed false information on applications for cares act funds carrying out the scheme through more than a half dozen companies they owned and operated with names like dark matter associates and pierrot trader He's been ordered to pay over $800,000 in restitution Rogers and levitt are both scheduled to be sentenced next January I'm Jennifer King

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"partner" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"partner" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Podcast. I'm richard gillis. Today's guest is john. Amaechi the former nba basketball player. Who was build a global reputation as an organization psychologist via his own aps intelligence consultancy. He's book the promises of giants was a new york. Times bestseller is a manifesto calling for a different type of conversation about leadership. A chartered scientist. John was elected a fellow of the royal society for public health and research fellow at the university of east london. If you've ever heard john talk about sport and the business that surrounds it. You'll know that this is a topic about which he has very strong amp swayze abuse. And i think you'll enjoy the next forty minutes or so every episode of unofficial partner can be found by using the big podcast providers doing apple podcasts. But if i google or via your favorite podcast app and if you don't already get the weekly unofficial part newsletter you can join the thousands of busy sports busy executives who receive it direct to their inbox every thursday subscribed by unofficial partner dot com Thanks for coming on the promises of giants and giant community. The one thing. I know about us that you are john so just give us an idea of the book and where they came from a now. It's a community so we just need to explain that for a moment so let's go back to first principles on that no problem. You can do that. So the book. The promises of giants i wrote because i think that there is a portion of leadership a void of leadership. And it doesn't matter whether you looking at in sports or sports in politics in business leadership is conspicuously absent. I wrote the book. Because i don't believe that leadership is a title. I think it is a promise about the principles and ethics that you will apply so that the people around you can thrive in whatever context that is sport or otherwise. The community came up. The community came up because we suddenly realized that we have people who enjoyed interacting with aps intelligence organization but unless their workplace wanted to do more as a workplace. They didn't get to do more. And so we wanted to have a way for people to connect the url for the website is fine. Your giant dot com. We love that because it's the idea that this is a place for people to find their in giant no matter of your four foot eight or six eleven really matter. This is for you to find your way to have this positive impact on the world and indeed on your own life because they don't have to be exclusive so this is a data see play. John seaplane it is indeed. It's a new venture for us. So people could subscribe individually. yup they can subscribe individually..

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"partner" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"partner" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Were leaders. London is weak and in a live session in front of a carefully selected audience of sport busy executives. The premise was simple enough. How can to a moral chances in build a new billion dollar sports property by cobbling together all the best bits from elsewhere and sending it onto private equity venture capital media sponsors or anyone else with the pockets and a passion for sport to make it work. We sought advice from no fewer than eleven very expensive experts from the unofficial partner whatsapp group. You came along to took an in with so you hit the following people over the course of the next hour matt rogan. Wichita's michael brockton hind. Jane pearn nick coward. Patrick massey gary link jaws morgan murray bonnet and alex england and we thank them for their contributions. If you want to see how the billion dollar brainstorm came about your need to catch up with the unofficial partner newsletter which comes out every thursday subscribed by unofficial partners dot com the first voice. You're here is the one and the only james emmett of leaders in sport fame. Hello i welcome everybody to the leads studio in partnership with grandpa and welcome to what i am calling a performance art piece Brought to you by the team. The official partner richard ellis up onstage is going to be the the circus master for the next hour and if nothing else i think we were going to be entertained for the next sixty minutes so richard. Thank you very much for coming along and bringing this idea you did pay told contractually obliged for an appetizing to- richard we didn't pay you to come but Yeah i'm with you. Thanks james circuses. Probably right get one way or the other guy just a very quick chauhan's has anyone here listened to the pulse. Sean i they all real some of these people. They were bought the numbers in the thing. So this is all about making money and so what. We thought we'd do. I where we're going to make a podcast from this. And sean is my co partner and the sensitive editor. And he's going to sort of cut what we do today into something that resembles audio gold. Now the question is how do we make money as fast as we can. So we've done about two hundred. Well this will be the two hundred puckers near and we got a lot of people on saying this and the other wheel private equity people get sponsorship. People data blah blah blah of tech. This is the future formats all of that conversation. It's really interesting isolation. i thought well..

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"partner" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"partner" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Deal it. There is the policing of the media making sure that they use the term. But it's the question is whether or not it migrates into just the into the language of the players and the fans and the viewers and if state here is the the case study it tends to be. That's quite hard miles. If you working repeal company just policing that is pretty hard slog but it's a new team then happy days because nobody else to call it. And that tends to pick up much much easier obviously. Is there a market for ryan's coming in and saying that we just wanna sap our own thing here is we. Don't wanna risk looking like we're intruding buy real estate but we're going to create some barrow good cars and when you say creating something of their own. How do you mean exactly. Well i guess the line between his a team that we're going to create three going to put spend ten million quick creating its aim. Rhonda me credits him. We're gonna call it unofficial partner or we're gonna call it mastercard unofficial and away we go. I'm wondering if that is an approach. Given if this is the price tag of coming in and badging something. I'd be wondering what the cost going going. All in is yes so i can. I can speak to that Just kind of one level and then maybe turn it back over to To the other matt but it really depends on the sport in the ecosystem. So for instance within league of legends we are franchise so like even if we were to collectively say. We're going to build something you start to hire the coaches in the train nursing sports psychologists you gotta bring all the players in and out of a training facility and get all that going which does not also you know one hundred dollars a year right. It's definitely in the second figures to make sure all that's being done. Then you have to figure out okay. What sport am. I actually competing. And because they're going to be focused solely on that one particular sport or title and then that league might be franchise might not have any open slots in which case you can't compete at the professional level so you have to compete at an amateur level or something like that and tries foles might not be there. Might not be set up that way. So there's there's a lot of that that needs to come into it. I think what we've seen is team organizations whether they're the portfolio awards like you know the cloud binds tsm's operated multiple sports enthusiasts etcetera. I'd be like energy. They have multiple sports where you can do that. And if you're brand you can still come in and you can have a conversation. I think part of it is also. How does that brand once you get. I know there was some news. Not long ago. I think shop affi- and canada be unrig. Cto or or someone on the executive team was a huge doda fat and like they law plane dutta which is a a different mobile and they actually built their own team because that ecosystem is a little bit more open and they call it the shop..

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"partner" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"partner" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Hello and welcome to unofficial partner. The sports business podcast. I'm richard gillis. This is the first in a new series looking at the business of e sports in collaboration with nielsen..

"partner" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"partner" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Hello and welcome to unofficial partner. The sports.

"partner" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

04:24 min | 1 year ago

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"We've seen silverlake. And the all blacks and in italy holy load of private equity groups guy over after the meteorites sort of element what should general view on the sort of the fit to both of you. Ready the fit of private equity into sports ownership. And it's a difficult question because there are different types of sports ownership if we look at it from a competition tournament leagues perspective. Because there are some discussions live discussions about private equity and its role within women's football for example the super league i can see benefits and their arguments for greater sort of organizational expertise in riga. That's the argument in favor of private equity and they bring money but they also bring operation expertise. And then i come with a whole load of prejudices about short and long-term so just to get those off majeste of those. It's there is still that feeling that the decisions that you make to boost a business for three five seven years return might not be the right decisions but they are the right decisions for that timeframe. What do we think of. Just throwing that out there in terms of just the the relationship between private equity and the fit with spoil adam. What did we start with. You sure i've got one is that you know. From the product point of view. Sports is now seen fagging for investments. You don't think there's a time not long ago. When the typical product it might be seen as something a little bit exhausted in on the fringes of misery a mainstay of any product. People tell you over much changed. Cvc saving. i'd say for some time. I think the civic investment in city football group kabir's go was real coming of age of investment. I think in terms of all legitimising violence and credibility of those kinds of deals conversation..

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04:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Bedding streams converge to date where it's not mutually exclusive anymore but essentially the same product vague to sustained Betting fuming pacific white Be one writes category. I typically in the long run. So i should sound front that i'm not a big gambler myself on. I'm just Observing it sort of as i look at the at the industry and i think let's take formula one have an exclusive betting partner in asia. In one i take that right. So if you're a subscriber to f one v. in a territory japan Vietnam right side you'll subscribing to f one tv you also have an account with When i take that why would you only want to watch the low latency. Feed on the one. I take betting site. Why would you not once have the option to sign okay. I'm already paying for the high quality. subscription I'm already gotten account with the the betting company surely every police incentivize to me to watch highly personalized integrated betting function as possible. service. So i think that to your point is not necessarily necessarily said eating the low latency sort of fade structure of than incentivizing betting companies to become more like the official will the largest partner of some of these conversations because they'll be giving their customers added benefits. I if you're one..

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02:16 min | 1 year ago

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"Podcasts from it. Sure what have you learned over land listening to the way it started for for me and grant was purely. Let's just do this for a laugh. Nobody will listen. We had okay. In the first year we used the contacts. We'd be baked at people like yourself to come on on have to see. Giles took it to a different level with both two things. Oversee the quality of guests he could bring on secondly an acceptance in the industry that neither grant or iheart vitamin bit involved in the industry of been in the sticks for a long time. No sorts nobody really knew me then. It started kicking off and then we've got different products which is one of the things of learn a little bit coming back to give people exactly what they want has got his thing which is a little bit like desert island discs for for sports stars grant and i do go on goal which is just pop chart between two blocks. I think people connect with that and they think is quite an approachable guy of you whom we have to on a cd face and we get good gas for that. And why phoned is that people want to hang out with other people of being so we got jet cards and on and then all of a sudden we law requests for other people to come on and hang with that same crew. So it's anything it's like. A success will club at a successful restaurant. It does a little bit late and why thing a phone no richard. I don't know what you think. The quality of stuff out there mostly for free is true so good that i a little bit paranoid. Ask myself everyday. Why do i need to be around the data show well served and i guess you were going gonna ask me less was thinking about last night and i was thinking. Why do they listen to me. And and jason grant well first of all grant. I think is just a world class broadcaster in the sense of his style and his rhythm and the we can just keep also light josh when he gets on a roll is just a wonderful speaker and speaks with such eloquent. And i think they shouldn't be because the thinking you never know what that daft idiot's gonna say. What is it not going to be scared to say today on. And i i think i think in the main people can recognize that if they were on the call with us they could very easily be part of our podcast. It's very approachable. I agree richard lock. It and i learned a

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02:05 min | 1 year ago

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"One of the things that self talk about on this podcast quiet bays that gap between the marketing noise and the reality of the value in terms of the women's side. What do you think about that. Because if i'm in charge of a big marketing budget. I can see actually women fighter who has attained a certain level of fame that becomes much more in some ways. There's more to that story than there is pabst to a male counterpart one of the things that i noticed about your book was the what you're saying is essentially. The women are carrying more of the marketing load. They are doing more of that work. Because you're broadening the brand of the rights holder and then associated with the sponsors. Well do you think there's something in that in terms of just the way in which that the brand purpose movement is playing into this. Oh absolutely i think. Laura looted this in the beginning when we first started talking about. How female athletes often see. They see their participation in the sport s beyond themselves. Because it's more of a cause so there is this growing movement within minutes women's sports that really views women's sports as a cause that brands can then conduct themselves to that costs. Because there is this dr on social media for example fans are often encouraging other fans to watch women's sports. Because is how change happens. This is how you show sponsors that the sports matter to you that you want to watch and i think brands are also picking up on the ways that can motivate particularly the audience spaces that tend to watch women's force because at least in the us the audiences that tend to watch on sports or more progressive in war in lend themselves more to supporting issues like women's rights or lgbtq rights and what brands are picking up on. Is that in order to reach that particular. That particular audience demographic is that you need to attach yourself to to sports to women's sports in a way that is furthering. The

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03:25 min | 1 year ago

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"I understood the opportunity to understand how different territories operated. Sport was funded in the round understand. India and india's connection with cricket specifically why india is such an economic engine for cricket international league all of those a lot of time in india to my family to singapore seven years i've for years with espn star. And then another. Three with back with i and j running. We're not suppose business in the subcontinent for them. That was the journey before coming. That's we see. Who would have been was thinking. Peter hutton would have been in and around that at that point and bill sin rich have been around the bill. It was post bill post that time more seconds was really piece. It was ten sports that points and then ended up going back to espn thoughts and then npr silva. The famous journey took him to facebook. Pizza remains a good friend. Someone i speak to try to stay to to sneak to every now. and then. because he's such an oracle on the sports industry and bill had passed. I think by that point. The business was really under the under. The management of w by that point site was really are emmanuel and very innovative and very west coast american leadership. That says i n j a great deal of success a huge amount of investments as well into different things about ufc regime. That already came back into. Angie working for chris guinness i in asia looking at how that shapes your view of your job now so i can see cricket. I can see in near. And i can see meteorites. Fill in the gaps for me. What else is there that you need and you had to learn as you move over so i think what you start to understand. Is you get an international perspective on. And i think particularly with with a passion project cricket which me is the epitome of a passion project was extremely passionate about cricket international and did a lot of things with c. see to understand how globally cricket structure. But i think when you can take some international perspective into a domestic market like the uk you can ask start to make a difference and see whether growth exists and. I really believe actually that. The job of a national governing body is first of all protection and protect the fans. Protect the institutions. Protect the game but also to grab it. And i think there is a real responsibility for growth particularly in an environment. Weather is so much competition. And i think that my background gave me is an understanding of potentially how growth can happen in the context of responsible governments and responsible leadership for what it is a very fragile thing and very fragile. Very important thing in people's lives creek is more than a sport. You'll saying this with football playing out in front of us now but if you misunderstand that emotional connection between plans and again then you're destined to. You're destined to fail destined to fail. You have to understand that in a very level one of the themes talk about this. A lot is how you move or how sport moves from one model. Which is your background. Meteorites mentioned that sort of indian auction in the early two thousand she's a big moment and we've seen cricket attracting enormous television rights and beneficiary of of see the changes in television..

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04:07 min | 1 year ago

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"And geeky government and that alliance and strategy and planning work has made uefa become even bigger fans of us. Which is can you help us in football politics across the continent globally. I'm not a fan of boris johnson. He's a populist. And therefore this is what populist politicians do he saw an opportunity fell a bit opportunistic. But i just don't know what the reality of it will be. They've promised on a committee or steering group to look for government governance and tracy crowd. Yes can't be heading that up which is probably good news of the promise on how much influence and decision-making powers that will carry. Let's see everyone knows that the the power and structures of the premier league and football here a very strong said that folks think get sustain government interference. And i think that's the way they would like it to be sudden. See a great long term future for government trying to control or have an influence in say all regulation of football in that spirit. Okay tracy crashed. He's good news. Yeah put everyone towards the podcast. We did with us was great in that. And then although sean rover over and gave her so those who is the last one. We did before lockdown. She so just around off. Then let's we both of you mentioned that you think this is going to come back in some shape or form then terms of the super league whether it's as presented all not. Let's just go forward a few years. I won't put a time limit on it. But how is european. How is that what we do. What are we gonna be watching. European football club football. Who's at the moment is a massive feels and had this chaotic disruptive week and we're still in the middle of it anything that you think. Okay that's a certainty that will happen over the next three five years. Whatever thirsty what happened. But we have our new format for european football me The champions league and some people have commented that is perhaps a watered-down cheaply has sort of framework of what the league was trying to achieve and putting some potential dan. It may work. It may know that as i said before the evolution of european football has been going on since it started and has been changes in the it in nineteenth and in lost. Since trump is lease. I started been a number of changes to most of them at been fairly good. I still think. I can just about remember the european cup shallow and it was good. It was good. It was yeah. It was a tournament where the league winners of every country played against each other and there was called a european company and it worked because that appeared to be sort of rewarded success in a way that is already it was revolutionary is as but th- rich and obviously trump is no fund. Win win spurs in it vehicle. Couple of years ago and that wouldn't have happened dipiazza. Be less champions. Think there's been a lot of commentary that the style and quality of european matches have been excellent in a knockout stages over recent years and it really has become the pinnacle of football to watch probably supposing while cup european championships and international generally so the product at the end of it. You wanna call it. That is raw the good. Have we replicate. That says excite. Seeing an intriguing has drawn. The jeopardy aspiration will throughout the league. Season is something to debate. Maybe a new format that comes. A couple of time will will help that. But i think that there's been so many great matches in last year's spurs included..

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02:51 min | 1 year ago

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03:33 min | 1 year ago

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"It's out there. And we didn't just ethical issue crew out value already all because he has a tentative convinced that is equally effective so i think there are so many factors to that equation. But you just mentioned one. What does the consumer point of view and they just as long term security iber find dead content on that up next five years. I have enough time to educate the youth about it and can make sure to make make money off the oil the underrated. I always think the most underrated thing is the the number of html slots. I have on the side of my television. I've got three. I've got a panasonic viera smart. Tv got three slots one goes the sabah. Because it's the sound is crap was thin hotel then so left with two and win now tv. I now get that home. My amazon stick. I'm i'm happy. Because i've got all of those things and that such a stupidly simple equation but as a consumer. I'm now watching far more football. And i'm paying now tv for more because i'm too lazy to get up from the sofa to go and start ferreting around behind. The television with wires joined to find the now tv wa. i put it in the side of the teddy. Take the amazon one out. This is just an insight into my life and a dvd player. You have heard a dvd days. It was an old technology. But there is that too play to the equation as well but that makes that makes perfect sense and actually has created at friendly's costs gorkhas because they are available executive Thing but you just mentioned and consumers have become much more a lion to whether are at the is not where they are then they were just other content and deaf. You see those plus coverage years between sky and bt to create one single destination. I can have all the perimeter games. That is why you see a similar denial in spain to the car and design and they create like when the nation where you can find all the water sports content so that topic of friction and through many nukes. Do i have to jump as a consumer ought to get to the content. The die hard fan redo it caused fan and decoys The cordless off-spin is what makes and breaks the big leagues so the big leagues rely uncoupling. That quarter fan and those things bone. Take up with it. If i m. They don't care they've been pumping in debt is why guy and to be t who have been like fierce competitors if we think back to two thousand fifteen sixteen of on bedtime which led to the explosion of the whiteface domestically that does the reason by those relationships have become much more fancy of enemies because knowledge in the best interest of everyone involved and china thing that you can make the argument that the primarily with dotted to end slice in diet. Those whites on the Levitt of that every single party has exclusive piece of content that they have actually contributed to the nba signal. Because the bail who position..

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06:05 min | 1 year ago

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"We've got the data geeks in and we're not just selling awareness and brand assets. We've got fan data. How does that play in the compensation impressed or do you think am. Let's see relevant to me. No joy it always. It's always important that they're they're making the effort to to understand defense. The balanced between a large sponsor in and bartenders is not very fair because usually the large. They have more information about consumers than the the partners. So when someone comes to me and say hey you should do x. Because our our research says it's great chances. Are i have more information about that. Behavior death country that they have and this is also something that we usually can help the partners because I'll give you a couple of examples. If if i was to sign a contract with a football club in europe today i would look at first. I will look at their international expansion Interest plans compare that with my strength in different parts of the world and then come to them with the idea of now. If you work with me. I can help you to achieve that. So that's different beach of from i have x. Thousand dollars to two and a lot of the the better rightsholders the better Clubs they understand this so nice. You want to develop. You're busy china and your partner has a great food. britain china. Chances are they can help you. So i'm have always pushed for partners to look at the company's Sponsors not only as a as a bank only because that's stats short side. You you have to. You have to look at sponsors in a more no-one creative way because money. It's not the only answer there. There's there's a lot of money in the market. There are very few companies. That can do that thing in the philippines for you if you want to do it so just funny while we're on that just a little bit you're job or the job that you've just left. There is a global local of. Isn't it because a central decision-making process book always. The question. is well the philippine office. Knows the the local need better than you do in atlanta but actually organizationally big companies always say. Well i've set. We've centralized the sponsorship because it was wasteful is inefficient and we didn't we couldn't control it so there's always that tension of controlling and an accuracy. How'd you manage that. What i always thought that the one of the strength of of of coal was the knowledge of the local schumer. And yes there is some level of centralization but as long as you operate with a high level of collaboration you can make better decisions so for me..

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05:04 min | 1 year ago

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"I found myself playing for the for the women's football cup on the white and my first ever game as an adult aged thirteen was against louis at the dripping pan so i was playing illegally under somebody else's name that day because i wasn't allowed to play because i was only thirteen is meant to be fourteen at the time so in two thousand seventeen. I had been doing a lot of work on campaigning around equality issues in football and in governance and i was working in human rights and anti corruption. So my background is completely non-football oriented and i saw this this this thing. That's all this interesting nugget of information. Where this little football club lewis. Fc was going to split its revenue equally between its men's side woman side. And i remember thinking. I know that club. I remember that club club. That i played for played against when i was thirteen. Fourteen is pretty in the in that time since that since i was a child. Basically that clubs kind of moved on and progressed and also isn't it great. We see a called. That's putting its money where its mouth is so i just kept my eyes open. I bought became an owner in two thousand seventeen. When i saw that and i said to myself up never go there up over be never watch a football game or probably never bother getting on the train to pop down to see it but i want that club to know that i back it. So here's my ownership. I honestly didn't think they're a couple years later. I'll be running so there is an interesting kind of secularity about being the first club that i played against and now i'm very much for it but yet there's a couple of little stories intertwine about my love football but football for me was something on the side. It was never meant to be a business thing. It was never meant to be my my job or career. That's probably given you too much information and probably disconnected but yet is probably a big chunk in the middle. That's missing from. The story was the in terms of where we are now. So let's let's just talk about the the the fan ownership thing so that's an obvious place to start. And what does that mean from your point of view so you are now running the club your your in charge on the face of it. It feels like that's it's a really interesting idea. And again i get it sort of from an intellectual perspective but i've never lived through it on a day to day basis. What what's the pros and cons as far as you can see of that so ownership model so so. The club became community owns about ten years ago. Ten and a half years ago on the back of the financial crisis and at the time they knew that they needed to change the model clubs close to going bust and it felt at the time that the small group of people i think six originally came became directors. They felt like they. Football clubs were a community asset you..

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05:36 min | 1 year ago

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"You mentioned governing bodies there and they are sort of easy to to knock people criticize them quite a bit. Is there a model for a sports governing body that you carry around sort of utopians advi ideal that you measure them against. I'm certain models of how a governing body should act as a model governance and things of that nature but in terms of what they do it will very completely because this notion of a governing body itself. Perhaps these a bit of a challenge. You're going to have a spotlight or be league. Where virtually everyone who plays. Rugby league is within the the nfl family. Because it's all organized as all leagues compare that to football where the vast majority of football is played. Actually by people in league's manager there in local five aside leagues or they just pick up games or people kicking the ball about in the park or whatever it might be and then you get say to someone like cycling and running where the governing bodies have very little influence actually over the totality of what goes on somebody like part robert scott one oval by ever wanted one off maybe nearly two million them. I think it is in this country. England got one hundred forty thousand nine hundred sixty thousand members so which one has more influence. You'd think so. There's no particular model. The the limitation on governing bodies is that they all member organizations generally the they exist to serve them member interest. Now that may be fantastic. But what it means is they. Don't actually know very much about. The people aren't their customers. That don't seem to own judaism. Got the heads around the people who could do their sports. But don't and that's that trying to get them into that realization that they need to do that. Naw every governing body is going to do it an arm. i remember scientists. One of my early meetings offer became chair with the chair. The chair push wrestling. Who said he had a brilliant plan for the future wrestling in britain he was going to go aggressively off the people who did judo. Convert them into restless now. It didn't.

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07:42 min | 2 years ago

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"Business podcast. I'm richard gillis. Today's guest is nick coward. There's a conversation. I think an unresolved conversation to be had which has to lead to there. Being a sports betting right of some description either exist in some countries. I think that has to happen so that these proper conversations can be had between us sport to understand what it what it needs to. Do you think these enemy abetting problem. Nick currently chairs uk athletics and england golf and several other organizations both in beyond spot. He began his career working as a lawyer. For the faa since held leadership roles at the premier league and british horseracing authority amongst many others and he advises on an array of international rights holders. of course motorsport football and host of different sports. So it's fair to say that he's thought long and hard about how it works when it doesn't. This is a conversation about many things including people's relationship with change the role of the chairman or an interim ceo the effectiveness of sports organizations and the day to day job of leadership. If he liked podcasts. You'd really like the weekly unofficial partner newsletter which covers many of the conversations that we have in the podcast. But also lots of other stuff in between you can sign up to that via unofficial dot com where you can also delve into the back catalogue of around one. Hundred thirty previous podcasts conversations here. Is nick coward nick. Thanks very much coming up. Did you know your your whatsapp. Emoji is an extraordinary lightness. In fact it looks more like you than the photo in. What's at looks like. You think you're not sure it's a compliment. Just just an observation. Well i'm gonna take a compliment. It helps have a mock of gray hair. And there's a there's an emergency which has a much again right. I was wondering where to start with this. Because one of the features of your career obviously is that as my mom used to say. You've been around the houses. And by that i mean you done lots of things in official capacity in sport. There's no warmer moment. But that's that's the gist. That's my analogy. Where uh let's list them because obviously this football fa primarily your horse racing in there but let x now. Let's let's engulf anything else. So in river most recent sport which i'm a few is people perhaps will now baptist spoke to betty so i current some. My current sporting obsession is the pro kabaddi league in india which is coming from nothing to second biggest sports property sports league in india in seven seasons numbers. Berry let's use turned from fifty million viewers. And i got i've been involved in that sense of phone call took when i was with the feminine. We were at the olympics. In rio we are enough come. The games and Happened to be there and got a call from from. I now know to be nfl goswami. Who's the league commissioner. And some of his team and they said they were actually told me. The story they are owned by star now disney majority owned by by sta unlike most properties which I suppose sports property in session procast proposition. This was broadcast owned league. Didn't really have any sporting infrastructure knowledge or wellness and so they had been given my name via via wilkinson insinger singapore from someone. I used to work with primarily hormonal someone to speak to and they did and we've had an amazing time together so capote's that's one and i think that's unreasonable. Stop point for all the other you asked me to. Distance is with football wise recent as consultant. I've worked with leaks. Federations in china turkey middle east Spent some time in peru panama and maybe a mix bag philippines and also again india multiple here in the uk. Sports wise now. I'm sharing england gulf governing. Body damage gulf shea. You catholics in Obviously olympic and paralympic year. Which i thought would be last year but i'm still run a chap. It'll be this year is going to be this year. I well sunny. That's our view and that's out preparation. That's with a with a catching team. Recommend the athletes are athletes. That's exactly where we're aiming. I mean that's that's a big topic in itself. I also involved in term. Eddie jones actually most recently has been saying great things about so. We're we're a wearable tech business. Creating for the first time pretty data insights in rugby with rugby bowl which is creating huge interest. That's very exciting. And actually go away from sports few interest as well including and this is a conversation for another day. The world's leading scientific proof of the origin of produce business called tang which i am which is industry pattison fascinating so like to keep busy. Is that about the providence of food food. Yes or some. It's the anything in which we can identify origin from the elemental and trace element nicer topic. Content of the products. Princeton says loss of talk at the moment about colton for instance in the providence helton. And that's an area which we the m we specialize in but food minerals out. The grounds commodities basically people are interested in prominence business. Which were which voted. So that's kind of. That's kind of away from your christina burdensome sports but the the Because i keep pushing off into other places i think it's inevitable given how much you do comes back to where it started. I think i am the experience i had at the time i was with the fa which was ninety six to two thousand and full spos- equipped me to be able to deal with a whole lot of stuff which is common to expose leagues sports properties. That so many similarities this that some as a number of models which replied every nation every sport has its own as its own unique features context. It's an economics own. Sports culture tradition low engagement working. Suppose what my experience enabled me to do was to work all these various different sports in many different countries and well as well and pretty much the a consultant within those who on consulting with an also the experience i had as a recruitment agency nolan partners. Pull note in who. I worked with many years at night and he always said to me. I was in sherman way way before my time really because the experience particularly at the faa and that is something that took through as well in my experience in horse racing. We haven't even mentioned that yet because the other one which i'm heavily involved.

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