Makers Talk | What must China do to be a leading FIFA nation?
Room 315, Wenshi Building, ECNU (No.3663, North Zhongshan Road, Putuo District, Shanghai)
Soccer is the world’s most valuable sport, generating bigger revenues, as well as being watched and played by more people, than any other. It is virtually impossible to understand the business of sport without understanding the football industry.
Professor Simon Chadwick, Director of the Centre for Eurasian Sport Industry, together with industry’s innovators and influencers will welcome you with a new perspective, and a new look on the sport industry.
Anyone who is interested is welcome to attend.
Date: 17:15 -18:30, 18 June, 2019
Venue: Room 315, Wenshi Building, ECNU (No.3663, North Zhongshan Road, Putuo District, Shanghai)
|17:15 - 17:45||
The Business and Management of Football - Key Challenges
Professor Simon Chadwick, Director of CESI, emlyon business school
|17:45 – 18:20||
What must China do to become a leading FIFA nation by 2050?
|18:20 - 18:30||
Q & A
Professor of Eurasian Sport Industry
Director of the Centre for Eurasian Sport Industry
DBA Advisor at emlyon Business School
Chinese Football Analyst
Founding Editor of Wild East Football
VP of Operations
Advisory Board Member of CESI
Counsel with JunHe LLP in Shanghai
Chair of Active Kidz Shanghai
Routledge Handbook of Football Business and Management
Edited by Simon Chadwick, emlyon business school
Daniel Parnell, University of Liverpool
Paul Widdop, Leeds Beckett University
Anagnostopoulos, Molde University College
This book surveys contemporary football in unparalleled breadth and depth. Presenting critical insights from world-leading football scholars and introducing football’s key organisations, leagues and emerging nations, it explores key themes from governance and law to strategy and finance, as well as cutting edge topics such as analytics, digital media and the women’s game. This is essential reading for all students, researchers and practitioners working in football, sport business, sport management or mainstream business and management.
The Centre for the Eurasian Sport Industry (CESI) is a leading institution in the field of sport, and is engaged in the delivery of cutting-edge research, impact and education. Based in Shanghai, the centre operates across emlyon business school’s campuses in Paris, Lyon, Saint Etienne, Bhubaneswar and Casablanca. We have a particular expertise in European and Asian sport, as well as in the fields of experiences, talent, performance, digitalisation and globalisation.