iSPORTCONNECT, the World’s Largest Private Business Sport Network, have announced their latest consultancy client, advertising solution platform STADS.
STADS is the first and only private marketplace that supports the in-stadium media buying process by linking brands and rights holders through one simple platform that covers the entire process – from buying, to scheduling, to optimisation. With tools and analytics to accurately target audiences by stadium, game and broadcast, slots can be chosen to suit individual needs – narrowed down further by time frame, duration, intensity and price.
The company currently operates across the biggest football leagues in Europe including Italy, Germany, UK, Spain, France and Portugal, working with brands and agencies worldwide.
Speaking on the announcement, STADS Founder and CEO Yoav Shalmor commented, “We’re happy to join forces with the leading sports business network. As an early stage company with ambitions to disrupt the sports industry, we see this partnership as a vital milestone in our quest.”
iSPORTCONNECT CEO Sree Varma added, “Meeting with Yoav was fascinating as STADS are a company that has a great deal of potential moving forwards and it is a great pleasure for me that they have chosen the team at iSPORTCONNECT to help them on their journey.”
“We look forward to playing an enabling role in their story as they progress and really happy they are the latest client to become part of our ever-growing iSPORTCONNECT community.”
STADS were also recently featured in a Forbes interview with their Advisory Board Member and Investor, legendary former Juventus and Italy footballer, Alessandro del Piero.
iSportconnect’s Consultancy division works to help their clients with commercial development, marketing and communications and business strategy surrounding the world of sport. They help to provide business intelligence, global sports market entry strategy and support and are constantly on hand as advisors 24/7 for their clients. Some of their consultancy clients include the likes of LaLiga, Sodexo, Tata Communications, Hookit and ATPI.