News and Articles About Sports-related Businesses
Here's three tips for entrepreneurs seeking to wisely enter this game.
Aversion to complacency and wilingness to work tirelessly are the keys to success in both sport and business
The San Mateo, Calif.-based company announced today that it plans to go public.
Former NFL assistant coach Charles Coiner launched FirstDown PlayBook DropBack for middle-school, high-school and college teams. The app has a database of more than 5,000 plays--many used in real-game situations.
Increasingly enthusiasts are keeping up with the sport with the plentiful online Fantasy Sports Leagues. Here, one fantasy league founder gives us the low-down on his vibrant business.
The online video and analytics platform Krossover analyzes plays for high school and college teams.
NumberFire has built data models that have outdone the experts at ESPN.
Evan Owens designed Pogoseat, an app that helps fans at an event swap seats.
The ex-New York Giants star on his new venture and how his time as an athlete prepared him to become an entrepreneur.
As U.S. schools cut back on arts and sports programs, administrations are increasingly turning to private providers and startups to fill the gap.
On the last day of our Indie Merchant Holiday Gift Guide, we roll out five products for the special angler, yogi or Frisbee player in your life.
Woodworkers carve out a niche with an offbeat, high-end product.
Brian Sanders started i9 Sports as a mellower alternative to the competitive nature of youth sports.
Innovators may grab the glory, but late-to-market companies can still finish first.
Three lessons from the life of an entrepreneur who helped revolutionize sports broadcasting.
Consistent performance, whether in sports, sales or growing your business, pays off in more ways than simply sealing a big deal.
The skateboard icon and entrepreneur shares the vision for his foundation, which donates millions to fund skateparks.
Boutique health clubs are competing with established players like 24 Hour Fitness by creating unique ways to break a sweat. Here are four that are changing the way we work out.
Here are three tips for how you can prepare for a sudden surge in sales.
A martial arts franchise aims to drop-kick bullies and raise self-esteem while helping owners bring a professional approach to their business.
How Joe Reynolds and Ryan Kunkel parlayed their love of extreme adventure into a $30 million enterprise.
A former Duke University All-American basketball player hit on a business idea for building and managing online photo stores for college athletic departments and sports teams.
A look at three companies that are claiming their stake in the arena of sports-related businesses.
From rock 'n roll to divorce to kickball, these companies take franchising to a new creative level.
How an Atlanta entrepreneur launched Stinky Boyz, a line of sports-themed natural shampoos and body washes.