ALSD Conference and Tradeshow
Now watch Lee Zeidman deliver his acceptance speech from ALSD 2020.
I’ve seen hundreds, if not thousands, of suites across the global sports and entertainment venue marketplace. Few compare to what I saw at Texas Christian University last month. I say this without an ounce of hyperbole: Amon G. Carter Stadium’s six Founders suites, located 21 rows from the field, are the best I’ve seen, save maybe the similar Founders suites at Texas A&M’s Kyle Field. Maybe.
Editor’s Note: This transcript has been lightly edited for clarity.
It’s likely some of our members are not familiar with your company and what you do. Can you please share with our group who you are and the value you bring?
I’ve spent my whole career in sports, whether on the field or off the field in the business of sports. What I recognized was technology was changing everything, so I started a company called Sports Innovation Lab. We’re a market research and data company, specifically targeting the sports tech market.
This year’s Sports Venue Design & Build Forum at the 27th Annual ALSD Conference and Tradeshow attracted some of the most veteran influencers in the venue marketplace. Look no further than the Design & Build program’s top billing, which set the tone for two days of top-flight speakers, innovation labs, vendor demonstrations, venue tours, and community-building networking.