Sport Business Chain are delighted to announce the media partnership with Futblogger, a distinguished and influential Polish website dedicated to football business matters. The blog is run by the entrepreneur Rafał Lebiedziński, helping global sport & tech startups to enter the European market.
Sport Business Chain have similar objectives with Futblogger, given that we also work towards providing opportunities to the sport stakeholders across the Eastern European industry. The 3-day conference we put together on 28 – 30 September brings together 35+ international sport business leaders, and culminates with a ‘Start-up Moment’; this set-up aims to offer the chance to 9 Eastern European start-ups that are either sport-related or whose services can be utilised within the sport sector to pitch their businesses and find potential clients and collaborators.
Get to Know Rafał Lebiedziński, the Entrepreneur
Rafał Lebiedziński is a Business Project Manager with 7 years of experience in the Spanish Consulting, Insurance, Banking and Football industry and other 6 years in the Polish Media & Communication industry (journalist, editor, publisher and pundit).Rafał has worked at Efron Consulting and KPMG Spain – executing and leading business projects for the main Spanish Banks and Insurance Companies. He has also covered the role of LaLiga Delegate for Poland within Spanish LaLiga´s Global Network International Development Project.
The idea behind Futblogger.com website is a combination of the author’s passion for blogging and football (hence the name Futblogger) with his vast business experience and expertise. According to Rafał:
What was missing within the Polish market was an exploration of the latest trends and strategies in football from a financial, marketing, social media and above all technological point of view – hence, the reason Futblogger has taken shape.
Rafał Lebiedziński’s blog is dressed up with unique data, benchmarking analysis and interesting infographics. In his words, the blog is all about:
Football day by day, in front of us, from a weekend mass leisure has become a hellishly profitable and innovative industry. When 90 minutes on the pitch still attract the greatest attention of the media and fans, in the backstage of big football, there is a complicated but at the same time fascinating process of transforming this sport into an ultra-modern, interactive machine producing the world’s top entertainment.