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Updated: Nov 17

Zone7 CEO, Tal Brown completed the showcase presentations and talked about how Zone7's algorithms are being used by teams to manage the risk of injury amongst players. He discussed their case study with Getafe in La Liga, about how the injury discussion is hitting the press and what it was like selling into a new client such as Glasgow Rangers.

"Getafe has the healthiest squad in La Liga in the three years they've worked with us and it's not a fluke. They reached the last 16 of the Europa League, the prize money generated a dramatic ROI on technology spend for a low budget team."


Tal told us why Zone7 started with a focus on sports performance: "if you want to create an AI platform about human performance you have to get data about it and sports was the only market where ample data was available."


Watch Tal's presentation to the showcase in the video above. Get in touch if you'd like to learn more.

Updated: Nov 17

Pumpjack founder and CEO, joined from Texas, to discuss their latest product developments, how they are working with teams such as Inter Miami in the MLS and how bringing together a team's data in one place is enabling them to create personalised experiences for fans.

When working with partners, Nick told us that "the first thing we do is bring all the data together into a cohesive ecosystem, connected to individual segments. That lets you create personalised experiences through marketing. Then we look at what is the value of this database and how do I know if I'm increasing it at scale?"


Of PumpJack's investment status, Nick said that "to date, we have raised $2.1 million in seed from high net worth family offices and reinvestments. We are about to head out to series A in December."


Watch Nick's full presentation to the showcase in the video above. Get in touch if you'd like to learn more.

Updated: Nov 17

Covatic CEO discussed how they identify "windows of opportunity" in each consumer's day when they are most likely to be open to receiving content, resulting in higher engagement rates and video completion rates. He also talked about their journey from being spun-out of Oxford University to selling into sports clients.

"Our product is a set of tools that let our clients provide nudges to consumers at exactly the right moment, triggering the positive response. We can build an unlimited set of profiles targeting not only physical activities, but also on engagement patterns."


"Our technology originated at the University of Oxford. We've secured over $4 million so far in seed investments. Over the past few months we've been part of the Comcast NBCUniversal LIFT Labs Accelerator Powered by Techstars, which has been great."


Watch Nick's full presentation to the showcase in the video above. Get in touch if you'd like to learn more.

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