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Boston, Massachusettes—May 26, 2005—G2 Strategic announced today an agreement with the French Tennis Federation (Federation Francaise De Tennis) to develop strategies to increase ticket sales for the BNP Paribas Masters, which will take place in Paris from October 31 to November 6, 2005. The 18-month agreement will focus on sales for the 2006 tournament. The...
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May 23, 2005 | Sports Business Journal By Greg Abel At the EuroLeague Final Four in Moscow earlier this month, the presence of NBA head coaches such as Mike Dunleavy and Kevin Pritchard, along with dozens of scouts, player personnel directors and general managers, confirmed that interest in international basketball has never been higher — at...
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79% Increase Over Inaugural 2000/01 Season Moscow—May 5, 2005—Euroleague Basketball announced today that 2004/2005 end-of-season attendance averaged 5,839, representing a 23% increase over the average of 4,742 at the end of the previous season. Total attendance for the 2004/05 season was 1,313,775 compared to 1,024,272 at the end of the previous season, representing a 28%...
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www.g2strategic.net Goes Live Boston, Mass.—March 7, 2005—G2 Strategic announced today that its website, www. g2strategic.net, has gone live. G2 provides global sports business solutions, addressing a broad range of issues and opportunities faced by the sports and entertainment industries. G2 stands for “Glickman Global,” as an acronym of its founder and CEO, Marshall Glickman and...
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Feburary 3, 2005—G2 Strategic and SRO, Inc announced today that they have joined forces in an agreement with Tennis Canada to develop strategies to increase ticket sales for Canada’s two premier professional tennis events. Tennis Canada oversees two of the ten US Open Series tournaments in North America– WTA’s Rogers’ Cup (August 13-21, Toronto) and...
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ProVenueMax™ Software Now Available To All Clubs January 31, 2005—Euroleague Basketball and Tickets.com today announced an innovative 5-year agreement that provides all Euroleague clubs with access to ProVenueMax software to manage ticket inventory and customer databases. This latest agreement follows last month’s announcement of an agreement between Euroleague, CSKA Moscow and Tickets.com to make tickets...
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Basketball confirmed as the second most preferred sport on television December 15, 2004—Euroleague Basketball announced today the key highlights of a major pan-European research study that was conducted across 10 of the 13 Euroleague countries last Spring. The telephone study and in-venue surveys were conducted in France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, Spain...
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F4tickets.com provides equal access to all basketball fans November 25th, 2004—Euroleague Basketball and CSKA Moscow, host of the 2005 Euroleague Final Four, today announced an unprecedented agreement with Tickets.Com that provides basketball fans worldwide with equal access to purchase tickets to the Euroleague Final Four in Moscow, May 6-8. Beginning on Saturday, November 27, 2004...
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Former NBA executive starts new firm to focus on European clientele Barcelona, SPAIN—June 28, 2004—Marshall Glickman, former president of the NBA’s Portland Trail Blazers, announced today the formation of G2 Strategic, LLC. G2 provides global sports business solutions, addressing a broad range of issues and opportunities faced by the sports and entertainment industries. G2 stands...
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June 14, 2004, Vol. 100, Issue 24  |  Sports Illustrated  |  By L. Jon Wertheim With renowned stars like Yao Ming who transcend borders, the NBA and the other U.S. major leagues are banking on big help from abroad to generate growth. The sun never sets on the NBA’s empire. The dominant piece of wall...
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