Six companies will visit Johan Cruyff Institute Barcelona to present their business models as an example for the TFM of the Master in Sport Management and in Sport Marketing
Johan Cruyff Institute is launching, as it does every year, a round of seminars dedicated to the subject of the Final Project of the Master (TFM, for its initials in Spanish), in which six specialists from companies in the sports sector will participate. They will explain their business models and serve as an inspiration and example for the students of the Master in Sport Management and the Master in Sport Marketing, who are currently working to develop their own business plans. The seminars will start on October 27 with the visit of three companies: 9inSports, Positive Egoism and Flekick.
Matheus Provinciali will present the case of 9ineSports, a new communication channel that makes it possible to connect fans, athletes, teams, brands, media and all those sports sources that most interest the user on a single platform. Jesús Oliver will be the voice of Egoísmo Positivo, an initiative that was launched to integrate people with disabilities into the world of sport, through running. Lluis Valls will present Flekick, a company dedicated to selling sports equipment, from customizable shin pads, to compression pants and socks for better football training and recovery.
On November 10, students will also be given a talk by Albert Bosch, who has had a long career as an adventurer, writer and entrepreneur since the age of 26. In 2004, he founded Invergroup, a platform to manage and promote projects in the field of energy and the environment.
On November 17, it will be the turn of IQS Factory Tech, a program open to entrepreneurs and new companies from all sectors, with special attention given to projects of a scientific, technical and/or industrial nature.
José Pedro Tarango, funding adviser in Barcelona Activa, will close the round of seminars with a talk about effective presentations on February 9.
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