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In the next in our series of interviews with the CEOs of Sports Loft members, presented by Northridge, Michael Broughton talks with Greenfly CEO and President, Daniel Kirschner.


They talk about the company's success with Major League Baseball - "every single team uses Greenfly, over 600 MLB players use the platform" and how Greenfly is now expanding into Europe - "PSG has pretty much every member of the 1st team using the platform, including lots of household names, also the women's team, the handball team, the junior teams"


They also discuss the impact of that Corona virus has had on how the platform is being used - "we're seeing a huge spike in content creation", how teams are being creative - "it's really enabled our parties to open up their archives" and how Greenfly's internal operations have evolved - "people are used to working collaboratively, but we've seen an incredible surge of creativity".






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In the second of a series of interviews with the CEO's of Sports Loft's members, presented by Northridge law firm, Drew Barrand meets Ben Reynolds, Founder and CEO at Spalk.


They talk about the genesis of the business - "we're a 4 year old business from that started on a couch in an apartment, over a few beers, watching a sports match" and the focus for Spalk - "it's all about remote production, it's all about multi-lingual and it's about using influencers to drive growth."


However, most of the conversation is focused on how COVID 19 has accelerated Saplk's growth as clients have looked for help with remote production - "It's weird to be celebrating at a time like this, but we've had out biggest month ever in April" and how they responding to the demand - "it was in the plan, but about 12 months down the road. We've just had to bring timeframes forward"




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In the first of a series of interviews with the CEO's of Sports Loft's members, presented by Northridge law firm, Yanni Andreopoulos meets Ari Daie, Founder and CEO at FEVO.


Ari talks about where the name FEVO comes from - "People say I wanted a four letter word, as I like to curse a lot", his view on live events - they are inherently social, but there is a lot of friction in that" and his leadership approach - "I spend my days thinking 3 years out and finding the right people to execute on that - then getting out of their way".


However, Yanni and Ari really focus on the impact that COVID 19 has had on the business, touching on his responsibility to investors - "we're ventured backed, we have to be good stewards of other people's money", how they have been able to pivot the FEVO technology - "we leveraged our platform to shift over 600,000 face masks. We only shared the offer with 11 people" and the opportunity to bounce back - "sports, festivals and concerts are core to who we are as people".




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