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Category: Lesson 2.5 – The SEM Product

Under Armour to Launch First Female-specific Running Shoe

Under Armour is accelerating its efforts to attract the female athlete. Click here to read the story at wwd.com. Discussion Questions: What is market segmentation? How might this story represent the concept of market segmentation? Why do you think Under Armour is launching a female-specific running shoe? Why is the company

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England’s crypto club takes plunge into the unknown

So, an American consortium has bought an English soccer team with the ultimate aim of winning the Premier League title. Nothing especially new there, right? Click here to read the story at apnews.com. Discussion Questions: What is fandom? How do you think the concept of fandom might influence a group

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StatusPro unveils NFL Pro Era as licensed VR game

StatusPro announced that its NFL Pro Era will debut this fall on virtual reality headsets as the first officially licensed NFL VR title. Miami-based StatusPro is a sports technology and gaming company that uses real-time player data to create authentic extended reality experiences. Click here to read the story at venturebeat.com.

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USFL begins first season: 5 new innovations you have to see

The United States Football League’s first season is kicking off and fans can expect some new innovative technologies to enhance the experience of watching the game on television. Click here to read the story at foxnews.com. Discussion Questions: What is a product? Is the USFL a product? What is innovation? Why

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The 10 most innovative companies in sports in 2022

Technology continues to revolutionize sports, whether experienced on the field or viewed from the couch, and innovations from these 10 companies are altering playing fields from little leagues to the majors. Fanatics entered the trading card business with a deal that for the first time offers a piece of the

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How WWE has established itself as a sports technology pioneer

For decades, the world’s biggest professional wrestling organization had sold its premium live events like Wrestlemania and SummerSlam on a pay-per-view (PPV) basis via cable and satellite television providers. Click here to read the story at sportspromedia.com. Discussion Questions: What is an industry pioneer? What is technology? According to this

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