Dear Conference Organizer

  Please don’t keep me in the dark.  And other hints to create a genuinely valuable experience. It’s that time of year that many of us look out at the vast array of conferences (have

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Come Together : the 2016 Manifesto (part one)

3 years ago, the Green Sports Alliance experienced a small revolution.  That 4th Green Sports Summit in Santa Clara was the first time that  ‘brands’ and corporate partners took a prominent place, ‘front of house’,

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The Other March Madness

  Sports Are Often A Social Bellweather. Not an earthshattering statement.  Sports are by their nature social, so not a major leap to assert they often mirror and amplify social issues, but some may not

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Major League Sports’ Magic Number Is 3

Three is a magic number.  Yes it is. It’s a magic number.  All you Schoolhouse Rock grads can hum along.   For those not in the know, sports have always embraced threes on the field/court/rink/track.

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Best and Worst of Green Sports in 2014

  The Green-Sports movement not only grew in 2014, it matured. Yes, the growth came from new LEED Certified stadia/arenas and from many more Zero-Waste games. Maturity comes from the fact that greening is increasingly the rule rather than the exception. With this

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Small Business BC

Featured Author: Small Business BC

Our own Aileen McManamon provided her industry insight to Small Business BC by contributing an article featured in their ‘Growing A Business” section. Small Business BC is British Columbia’s premiere resource centre for knowledge-based business products

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LED: Liquidity Extraction Devices

 Managing the lighting at a sports stadium or arena is one of the most important facets of a venue Operations Manager’s job. Its performance has to be stellar. It represents a cost that is significant that needs

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The NCAA’s Obligation to Todd Gurley

With autonomy awarded to the “Power Five” Conferences this summer, the lines of collegiate and professional sports are becoming ever increasingly blurred. While the powers of self-governance has been extended to schools and conferences, student-athletes are

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