turisticnakmetijaslemensek.si/sites/default/files/112/mytex-spiare-posizione.html One highlight was then followed by another, as Georg Pangl , General Secretary of the European Leagues, EPFL, wondered where the European football was steering towards and made sure that everyone knows about the value of a balanced European football ecosystem — as far as that is possible. Meanwhile, the Insight Stage had various other topics to offer.
The main stage saw attentions switch to the football ecosystem in Germany. Trevor Watkins , previous Chairman of AFC Bournemouth and Global Head of Sport at Pinsent Masons, thinks that while the Spanish and French leagues are actively driving investors to their markets, the perception in Germany rather than the actuality is causing an issue; Germany needs parity with England, Italy, France and Spain to compete. He also emphasised that teams with financially strong stakeholders, like Bayer 04 Leverkusen, RB Leipzig or VfL Wolfsburg are bound to be more successful than clubs without such backing.
And investment could come from someone like Andrew Nestor , who now owns the Bologna Football Club One of the undoubted highlights of the whole conference would have to be the appearance of Oliver Kahn , the Titan, on stage. He talked to journalist Pit Gottschalk — and in a very thoughtful manner. He said that a big name will always help in football business, but eventually you need a proven product. The principles of the 3-time World Goalkeeper are simple:. They show us how football does work on a global level. But developments like that also mean that the big ones will only get bigger.
And they will go where the money is. In terms of money, the Managing Directors of Transfermarkt, Lars Gantenberg and Thomas Lintz , showed us how much the rop 5 leagues are growing. Yet, they are also close to 6 billion Euro in transfer losses as only the Ligue 1 has made transfer wins in the last ten years. But all the leagues are growing in value, with a huge increase in Moving on from the Transfermarkt platform the audience at the conference could witness the importance of Social Media.
Floris Weisz , Chief Commercial Officer at , stated the importance of user centricity. Graphic designs or archive highlights are very important for engagement. A post shared by on Jun 1, at pm PDT. Lee Walker , Managing Editor at Bleacher Report, was talking about the need vs the feed and emphasised that you need to provide content that people want to share. And not only FIFA drives engagement, but also fitting cultural adjacencies — like if you refer to Fornite or something like that. The passion needs to stay.
In the afternoon, sponsorhips became a central topic as another panel was looking to find answers to the question whether brands should only look to football or to other, rather small sports as well. It is a difficult matter and even inside the football ecosystem you can see big differencens. There certainly are untapped potentials hidden in an environment that should gain more attention in the coming years.
Heute Nachmittag ist Frauenfussball ein Thema… guter Zeitpunkt. Freue mich auf die Diskussion. It will have 51 games, compared to 15 in Henkel called for journalism to get better and try to understand all the aspects of the game even more. While it develops, the media will have to as well. Eventually, Alexander Graf , CEO at Spryker Systems, explained to the audience that the platform economy has the big players making money via services and customer access — like Amazon.
And it could work out that way in football, too. Not selling tickets, but selling the accesss to fans and potential supporters or rather customers. Not only Amazon, but platforms like Alibaba, JD. He drew an analogy for football to the losing companies in e-commerce Sears, JCPenny etc. Is there a platform effect in football as well already?
Finally, we saw the second edition of the European Sports Tech Award on stage. There was keen competition amongst the four finalists, who pitched their very own technological solutions for the sports and football ecosystem, but ultimately it was Zone7 that took the prize. Zone7 is a startup that looks to prevent injuries by using rich AI data; and Tal Brow convinced the jury with his talk and indications consideing the costs of injuries, for instance.
Eventually, all the football and digital enthusiasts really started their networking at the aftershow party right at the Elbe. As many insights as we got — and we can certainly use them to envision the future of football —, we already cannot wait for the Spielmacher Conference in In Deutschland undenkbar. In dieser Bundesligasaison kamen in Spielen insgesamt nur ca. Das bedeutet einen Zuschauerschnitt von pro Spiel.
Am Freitag, den Dabei starten die deutschen Frauen mit starker Form ins Turnier. Das Video ist viral gegangen. Erste Erfolge zeichnen sich unter anderem im Sponsoring ab. Hier muss ein Umdenken erreicht werden. Dort profitieren beide Parteien nachhaltig von der Partnerschaft. Eine solche Symbiose stellt im aktuellen Markt jedoch die absolute Ausnahme dar. Dementsprechend wird diese Werbung schon fast ausgeblendet. Die Individualisierung der Werbeanzeigen ist gleich Null. Auch die Art und Weise der Werbung muss nicht immer die Gleiche sein.
Doch wenn Marken mit einem wirklichen Bezug zum Verein und der Region aufeinandertreffen, wird eine Vernetzung vermutlich einfacher. Aufbruch in die Zukunft. Lange Zeit war es eine ambitionierte Vision — nun wird es endlich Wirklichkeit. Am Das Mammutprojekt ist mit geplanten Ausgaben von Mio. Es ist vollbracht! Wir sagen nur: Aufbruchstimmung und Vorfreude! Dieser schreibt selber nicht nur vom Neubau der Akademie, sondern des gesamten Verbandes. Jetzt, wo der Bau endlich losgehen kann, soll es jedoch umso schneller gehen.
Den Vorwurf der Errichtung eines Elfenbeinturms wollen sich die Verantwortlichen nicht gefallen lassen. In der Vision steht die Praxis immer im Vordergrund. Geplant ist ein Ort, an dem Bekanntes archiviert und Neues erdacht wird und das alles immer mit direktem Bezug zum Sport und zum Menschen. Auf andere Art und Weise versuchen Prof. Denn trotz offensichtlich professioneller Arbeit und einer tollen Vorsaison spielt Schalke dieses Jahr gegen den Abstieg und sah sich gezwungen, den Erfolgstrainer der Vorsaison zu entlassen. Noch schlimmer traf es den 1. Bis auf den FC Bayern kommt kein Verein auf wirklich zufriedenstellende Ergebnisse in diesem auch wirtschaftlich so wichtigen Bereich.
Auf der Spielmacher Konferenz wird Prof. Vielen Menschen ist Fanatics noch kein Begriff, doch schon heute ist das amerikanische Unternehmen ein Gigant im Sportbusiness. Congratulations to equipedefrance for winning the WorldCup! FiersdetreBleus AllezLesBleu. Die Vision des Ganzen geht soweit, dass die Ware direkt beim Stadion produziert wird und somit brandaktuelle Fanartikel den Kunden bereits vor Ort erreichen.
Weitere Partner werden mit Sicherheit folgen. Fanatics produziert die Ware lokal in den Niederlanden und in Deutschland und umgeht dadurch lange Lieferzeiten aus Asien. Eine weitere innovative Kooperation hat Fanatics in England mit dem traditionsreichen Zweitligisten Aston Villa gestartet.
Das Unternehmen ist dort als Hauptaustatter eingestiegen und hat das Design der Trikots an eine lokale Modemarke weitergegeben. Produktion und Vertrieb finden durch Fanatics statt. Diese Plattformen haben es alle in ihrem Bereich geschafft eine Monopolstellung zu erreichen und beherrschen jetzt den Zugang zum Endkunden, welchen sie wiederum an andere Anbieter vermieten.
Alle diese riesigen Unternehmen haben gemeinsam, dass keines von ihnen als Plattform begonnen hat. God knows the mess, whatever the case, baby. And in those days the sound system was in the living room, the DJ booth in the bedroom. No monitors, it was just bang bang bang. As I started doing parties at an apartment I used to charge a dollar to get in, decorate the apartment, put up balloons, and it just started with friends.
Obviously still free beers, free joints, the whole thing. And like I said, I just loved the music, it was just everything for me. I wanted to play every single day. The next instalment of Acetate will once again exhibit selectors of world class calibre. Finn is rarely seen by Brits out of his natural habitat of the Berlin record shop, and is normally only spotted in the by-line of an online electronic music article. What is the application like for a job at Hard Wax? How did you come to work there? We get a lot of mails every week by people looking for a job at the store, but all current staff members were already regular customers or otherwise affiliated with Hard Wax before they started working there.
Same with me. Six years ago I became father of a wonderful girl, and I realized that all the deadlines involved with freelance work did not work well with that. So I was thinking about adding some steadier work to my weekly schedule, and my wife suggested Hard Wax as an option. I tested ground and what I did not know at the time was that Prosumer was quitting the job, and they were looking for a replacement anyway. So I had a meeting with Michael Hain, the store manager, and Mark Ernestus, the owner, and started working there, all within a very short time.
I worked in a second hand vinyl store when I was studying in the early 90s, but that was more to fund my own vinyl purchases. When I started DJing in the 80s I was not trying to get a job in a record shop, I only liked visiting them and it was that way for years. My focus at university was actually on film history, not music. But apart from a brief stint reviewing movies for De:bug magazine I never really did anything with that, nor did I really intend to. I also worked as an editor for art books a few years ago.
But at some point I realized that it always fell back to activities connected to music, because it probably is what I know and do best. So I stuck with it. If I would not be there I would be doing something else, but it probably would have something to do with music as well. Something new, or at least different. A personal signature. When the record is referential I check if the references are used in a smart way, and if aspects are added that were not there before. I also take a good look at the proportion of value and money. I adjust my level of support for a release according to the level of how these criteria are met.
I started taping radio shows in the mid 70s, but I did not have enough pocket money to afford buying records then. When I entered the record store I just knew that I loved the song and her voice in particular, but I did not even know what she looked like. I was probably assuming that she had blonde hair, but not really that she looked that fabulous on the cover, and what she really was about. I probably learnt quite a few lessons about pop culture at once with that purchase, and soon I started spending nearly all the money I had on records. Do you have any comment on it? Do you see it as a celebration or capitalisation of record buying culture?
It is the same in Germany, and I think it is the same all over the world. Which is why the recent negative implications of the event weigh in so heavily. Hard Wax decidedly never took part. We stated from early on that for us every day is a record store day, and that is basically it. But we feel the fallout from RSD as anybody else in the business nonetheless, especially the delays with the pressing plants, which affect our distribution as well, for example, and the releases we buy from other distributors.
That has improved a bit lately, but it is still a tremendously hypocritical event, and that does not seem to improve.
Old wine in new skins. And the new grapes cannot be harvested because of it.
It is totally absurd. There may have been some respectable thought implied with it once, but as soon as the major labels entered it predictably withered away into nothing. They want to gentrify vinyl into pricier artifacts instead, for customers that care more about the item itself than the music it contains. It was mostly playing records at school and private parties from the mid 80s on, playing a variety of Disco, Soul, Synthpop and Post Punk. Actually my memories of my first forays into playing out in public are bit hazy by now. After all, that was nearly 30 years ago.
Actually it was a whole Mod Weekender, with several events all across town. My friend Ralf Mehnert, who became a well respected Rare Soul collector and DJ, and me took over the Soul part of the proceedings, playing records for a crowd that consisted of mods and other hip folks, but predominatly drunk scooter boys. Somebody saw them standing outside, mistook them for skinheads, and alerted the most notorious local Turkish street gang. They arrived not much later, crashing the door and storming down the stairs, only to face quite a crowd of completely unimpressed heavy parka-clad folks.
Ralf and me ducked away in the DJ booth and things got really messy. About 30 minutes later there was no intruder left and the party continued as if absolutely nothing had happened. There were numerous other similar experiences. Kiel was quite a tough city, probably still is. Can you re-engineer what influence being a small town boy — born and raised in Kiel, in Northern Germany — had on your musical education? I did not really feel limitations. There were record stores as Tutti Frutti or Blitz which were very well selected with electronic music of the 80s, Punk, and experimental stuff.
And quite a number of second hand stores to choose from, where I mostly bought Soul, Disco and obscure 60s and 70s records.
Some of those acquired bigger record collections from Danish libraries and sold each record for 2 Deutschmarks, regardless of format. I purchased the bulk of my Disco collection in those years, for example. You did not have to spend much, so you would explore what you would have otherwise not listened to. I had a lot of friends who were very interested in music, and there was a constant exchange of knowledge, good and bad finds. It was all very social.
I made regular record shopping trips to Hamburg, too. There were plenty of excellent record shops there, for everything of interest to me. I always looked for dance music of any kind, and Hamburg had stores that were importing records since the Disco era. They had the contacts and the knowledge. I did not mind being in a smaller town either.
There were quite a few. The DJs mostly did not mix much and played all over the board stylistically. There was a tendency to play music in topical blocks. A minutes block of Disco, followed by a minutes block of New Wave, then Hip Hop, then some Rock, then Soul, then slow songs, then everything all over again. Once a few tunes worked together and on the floor, the DJs tended to rely on the according selection and did not change it for what seemed to be years.
That drove me mad, but in retrospect I could hear lots of different music in one single night, and that left a mark on me. You learn about the contexts of what you hear, and how they relate to each other. I still make use of that. I travelled a lot, and I have been to a great number of clubs in my life, but when I moved to Berlin I was already in my early 30s.
I spent my formative years up North.
I did not move because I had to get out either, I left because the job situation was difficult for me. If I would had found an interesting job at that time, I probably would have stayed. I still go back regularly, I have family and friends there, and I still miss the sea.
You were born into club life by the sets of Klaus Stockhausen at Front Club in Hamburg, when you were dancing the nights away at the age of What made this experience so fundamentally alluring to you? I started going to clubs in Kiel in the early 80s, 12 or 13 years old, then to Hamburg clubs only a few years later. Most clubs in Hamburg were not as different to Kiel as they maintained to be, but the people had arguably more style and the music was more specialized. You went to certain clubs for a certain kind of music. I had been to some gay clubs in Kiel before, but they seemed to be stuck with a soundtrack that had been tried and tested for years, classic Disco anthems and the occasional Schlager drama excursion, and the scene was not that open.
You often felt like the stranger entering the saloon, and the crowd often was more made up by people with a common taste in music and fashion that just happened to be gay. A lot of 80s fops and some sugar daddies. It could be fun, but more often it was not. These people had to live with other prejudices and repressions than just getting beaten up for the style of the subculture you had chosen for yourself, like I did, and you did not belong. When a friend took me to the Front Club in early that was dramatically different.
The crowd was predominantly gay, but if you were not, like me, nobody seemed to care. I was aware of the major role gay subculture played in the evolution of dance music, mostly by reading features about legendary Disco clubs in magazines, but they were about Bianca on that horse for instance, and not about what was booming from the speakers as she rode in, which was exactly what interested me most. Front was the first club where I could actually experience it, and even be a part of it.
Like no other I heard ever since. It was not that I did not know any of the music before, but he was transforming the records into something else. And the club itself was incredibly intense, I have never witnessed something like that again either. A dark, gritty basement filled to the brim with extravagant people who completely lost their minds on the floor. And my first visits were coincidentally a good timing, because it was the transitional period between the music played there from 83 on, and House.
House was introduced there much earlier, but it still was not ruling the playlist. It was brilliant to hear Stockhausen play favourites I loved from the years before, and more often records I never heard, and then the added early Chicago House sounds that seemed to have swallowed decades of dance music history only to spit them out as this raw, primitive version of it. It fit the club perfectly, and soon I was heading over to Hamburg on weekends as much as I could, because I simply could not get enough of the experience.
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