The year 2016 saw numerous football clubs gain new entrepreneurial owners or majority stakeholders, and if you’re looking to get in on the action this year keep in mind employment legislation will continue to haunt you onto the pitch.
The doors of the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium aren’t set to open until August 2018, but Real Business received an early look at the future White Hart Lane via virtual reality.
London-based football team Tottenham Hotspur FC is in the process of an incredible transformation, and Real Business was invited to White Hart Lane to speak with the directors about the new stadium and how local SMEs will prosper.
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From social media to TV advertising, there are countless ways to boost your company’s brand – but what about sports sponsorship as a way forward?
In our journey to assemble an ultimate gift list for that business owner in your life, we finish with the pièce de résistance – the £1m Titan Zeus TV.
In November 2015, EY found that as football continues to grow, so does its economic impact – “the Premier League generated over £6.2bn in economic output that contributed £3.4bn to national GDP in 2013/14”. But its clubs are losing out when it comes to broadband football scores.
Having initially decided its existing service for share transactions was sufficient, football team Tottenham Hotspur have partnered with Asset Match.
Everton FC has joined Chelsea FC to become the latest Premier League Football club signed up to the Live Wage Foundation – paying all staff the rate.
It’s not all trophies, sports cars, wild parties and famous girlfriends for soccer stars, as an infographic has detailed the entrepreneurial way that footballers’ business lives are scoring them goals off the field.
Aberdeen Football Club has gone where no club has ever gone before; it’s decided to slap a trademark on what has been deemed a famous half-time snack.
January 2016 saw Deloitte publish the 19th edition of its “Football Money League,” in which it profiles the highest earning clubs across the globe. It estimated that Manchester United would soon race to the top of its rich list, forecasting around £500m in revenue – and it seems that prediction came true.
Investors have always been attracted to Premier League football clubs in part due to the prestige of owning one, but some of the UK’s less glamorous teams have started stealing the spotlight – and here’s why.