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In the coming weeks, some of the biggest U.S. sports leagues will resume play. But none will open venues to fans at full capacity, and some will have no fans in the stands. For those with limited fans, how will operators communicate social distancing and other safety measures? For those with no fans, how does the approach to engagement change when your target is no longer physically there? We’ll examine the most pertinent issues, including innovative uses for in-venue signage and how chatbots and other communication tools will become more important than ever to keep fans safe and engaged.
Zachary Klima is the founder, CEO and creator of WaitTime, and leads the company's global implementation strategy, overseeing partnerships with leading national and multinational organizations. From strategy to integration, he ensures the sophistication and seamless design of WaitTime is realized by each and every organization leveraging the technology. Under his leadership, WaitTime has forged partnerships with some of the most major sports organizations and iconic sports families, Including NBA Legend Michael Jordan, in the world that are currently using their artificial intelligence technology to analyze real-time human behavior to reduce wait times and create better customer experiences, resulting in increased efficiency for the venues.
Brett Unzicker is Vice President of Sales for Samsung Electronics America’s B2B Display Division. Brett currently leads a sales group with responsibilities for Live Events, Entertainment, and Spectaculars vertical markets. In addition, Brett has a product responsibility for Samsung’s Prismview line of LED displays. From major sports entertainment venues to Times Square, his team’s work is enjoyed by millions daily.
Don White the CEO and Co-Founder of Satisfi Labs. Under his leadership, Satisfi Labs has grown exponentially YOY in the sports, entertainment, and tourism industries and acquired investment from Google, MLB, and Red Light Management. Prior to Satisfi Labs, Donny spent 15 years at Bloomberg in key roles, including Head of Research & Strategy, Head of Product, and Head of Sales for the Americas. He eventually jumped into the start-up world as VP of Sales for Datahug, setting them up for acquisition by SAP. He holds an MBA from Cornell University and a BBA from Baruch College.
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The Way Back: How Sports Innovate and Thrive is a SportTechie Live series of interactive and engaging conversations examining how tech and innovation will bring sports back (safely) during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Sessions are free to attend.
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