Day 17: NY Cosmos Travel to Newton, Connecticut for Charity Game

Daniel Forstot 2013 0 Comments

Connect with Dan on Twitter as well as Linkedin. As the days fly by, it becomes harder and harder for me to believe how quickly the summer is moving. Everyone I have talked to about MSBA always stressed how swiftly everything goes by, and we are now experiencing this effect first hand. Hailing from just across the river in New Jersey, I visit …

Day 16: Lessons from the Cowboy and Global Business Celebrity, Jeff Hayzlett

Aaron Bartko 2013 0 Comments

Connect with Aaron on Twitter as well as Linkedin. On Monday, June 17, the Manhattan Sport Business Academy Class of 2013 was able to hear Jeff Hayzlett, the former CMO of Kodak, and self titled Global Business Celebrity. Hayzlett now also runs The Hayzlett Group, which focuses on speaking engagements, consulting, and writing business related books, such as the New York Times Best …

Day 15: Sports Business Teachings from Dr. Deborah Stroman

Mark Burns 2013 0 Comments

Connect with Mark on Twitter and LinkedIn. This past Sunday, the Manhattan Sports Business Academy Class of 2013 had the opportunity to hear Dr. Deborah Stroman, a Professor at the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) in the Department of Sport and Exercise Science. Dr. Stroman is the Faculty Advisor for the Sports Business Club and also concentrates in Entrepreneurship. During the intimate …

Day 14: Eight Weeks In the Big Apple

DBria Bradshaw 2013 0 Comments

Connect with D’Bria on Twitter as well as Linkedin. June 2nd this journey began for all 22 of us and now we’re two weeks into MSBA 2013. We’ve had some amazing guest speakers and wonderful visits from Richard Weiss, Publisher of the Sport Business Journal, to a Madison Square Garden Friday field trip. We’ve managed to hear and see some of …

Day 13: The Manhattan Sports Business Adventure

Matthew Hittinger 2013 0 Comments

Connect with Matt on Linkedin. As we recently wrapped up our second full week under the bright lights of New York City, my peers and I are thankful for the chance to finally catch our breath. Being from a smaller town in Indiana, I quickly had to adapt to the life in the big city ranging from the confusing subways to …