Alley Boost: Sports Tech Panel

Alley Boost: Sports Tech Panel
Event on 2015-09-15 18:00:00
Jason Malki, Founder of Alley Boost and Sports Wonks will be hosting a sports tech panel featuring special guests, Brooke Eaton, Director, Digital Media at Brooklyn Nets, Jayne Bussman-Wise, Director, Digital Marketing at New York City Football Club, Kiril Savino, Founder & Chief Product Officer at Game Changer, and Wim Sweldens, Co-Founder & CEO at Kiswe Mobile.   Topics that will be covered include unique challenges that sports startups should expect to face, how startups should approach sports organizations for partnerships, potential for innovation, and more! Agenda: 6:00-6:15 PM Networking 6:15-7:00 PM Panel 7:00-7:30 PM Q & A between the panel/crowd 7:30-8 PM Networking You can check out the Alley Boost: Sports Tech Panel website for more details. Panel Jason Malki, Founder of Alley Boost & Sports Wonks Jason is the founder of Alley Boost, which is a startup events series that hosts startup mixers, panels, investor nights, and expos in NYC. He is also the founder of Sports Wonks, a sports social network. Jason holds a B.A. from Montclair State University. Brooke Eaton, Director, Digital Media, Brooklyn Nets As Director of Digital Media for the Brooklyn Nets and Barclays Center, Brooke Eaton oversees strategy and execution across web, mobile, social and email marketing. With a background in digital and sports media, Brooke has worked on a variety of projects including the London and Sochi Olympics, the French Open and the US Open. Brooke is a graduate of Boston University, where she studied Journalism. Jayne Bussman-Wise, Director Digital Marketing, New York City Football Club Jayne Bussman-Wise oversees the digital marketing efforts on behalf of New York City FC (NYCFC), Major League Soccer’s (MLS) 20th soccer club. She leads a team that manages the club’s website, social media platforms and mobile marketing efforts. Kiril Savino, Founder & Chief Product Officer, Game Changer Kiril is a technology generalist and armchair linguist who has spent over 15 years building startups. He cut his teeth as the first engineer at Higher One (NYSE:ONE), led video and flash advertising at DoubleClick (now Google), and served as CTO at search engine ShopWiki and Director of Engineering at Conductor before co-founding GameChanger Media, initially as CTO and now Chief Product Officer, where he oversees strategy and all of product development.     Wim Sweldens, Co-Founder & CEO, Kiswe Mobile   Wim Sweldens is the CEO and co-founder of Kiswe Mobile an interactive live mobile video provider. Kiswe allows users to pick their own camera angles, replays, and highlights. Previously Wim lead the mobile division and venture group of Alcatel-Lucent. Wim has a PhD from University of Leuven, Belgium. He is also an entrepreneur-in-residence at Columbia University.   Thank you to our sponsors!   The Yard is New York City’s premier office space and coworking community designed to support your business growth. With locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn, our office collective includes universal 24/7 access to beautiful custom spaces, giving you maximum flexibility with minimum maintenance. Our spaces focus on design + function so every element of our environment promotes your creativity, collaboration, and connections.  Our 1,000+ members working in tech and creative fields also enjoy membership perks and discounts through The Yard's partnerships with Samsung, The New York Times,, UPS, and more.  Online at or call 1-800-99-THE-YARD. Facilitated Growth is a business and management consultancy committed to assisting entrepreneurs seeking expansion through the various phases of the business cycle.   Thank you to our media partner!     AlleyWatch is a media property focused on the advancement of the tech and startup ecosystem in New York and beyond. AlleyWatch is the trusted voice of venture capitalists, angel investors, entrepreneurs, accelerators, startup employees, thought leaders, event organizers, corporate executives, academics, city officials, PR/press and tech enthusiasts. Also, sign up to the Alley Boost Meetup Group for discounts.   All sales are final

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