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Sports Hub Bangladesh holds second business conference

  • Published at 10:20 pm October 6th, 2018
Mahmudullah
Bangladesh cricketer Mahmudullah speaks during the sports business conference, Sports Hub Bangladesh, in Dhaka Saturday Courtesy

Imago Sports Management organised the sports business conference that was set up to make the young generation aware of different unknown topics associated with sports

The second installment of the country’s sole sports business conference, “Sports Hub Bangladesh”, was held at Krishibid Institute, Khamarbari in Farmgate, Dhaka Saturday.

Imago Sports Management organised the sports business conference that was set up to make the young generation aware of different unknown topics associated with sports management.

Bangladesh cricketer Mahmudullah along with notable sports persons, organisers and coaches of the country were present among others and shared their thoughts and views with the audience.


Kazi Inam Ahmed, director, BCB and managing director, Khulna Titans and Fahad Karim, CEO, K Sports discussed the topic “Show the money: Why the companies invest in sports”. 

Ravi Chavan, managing director of Nielson Sports India talked about the topic titled as “The power of sports marketing and optimising its commercial management framework”.

Grandmaster Reefat bin Sattar discussed the topic “How chess can improve management skills”. 

BCB director Kazi Inam Ahmed speaks as K Sports CEO Fahad Karim looks on Courtesy 

Kelly Ryan, ACAO, The American Centre, US Embassy, Dhaka and AQM Mushfiq Hassan, Education USA Outreach Coordinator took part in a session titled “Studying Sports Management in the US”. 

Steward Hall, head coach of Saif Sporting Club and Maruful Haque, head coach of Arambagh Krira Sangha discussed the title “How data and analytics is changing the world of sports”.

Later, Uday Hakim, deputy executive director, Walton, and Ravi, MD of NSI discussed the topic “Exploring new markets in the sports industry”. 

And last but not least, Tigers’ middle-order batsman Mahmudullah took the hot seat in an open session with the cricket fans and followers.