At Hashtag Sports, we are dedicated to helping people navigate the rapidly evolving sports landscape.
In fulfilling this mission, we bring together a unique blend of companies and thought leaders who are trusted subject matter experts committed to meeting the dynamic needs of today’s Connected Fan.
A few weeks ago, we officially launched our publication here on Medium called Hashtag Sports Innovate — a natural and exciting extension to our growing thought leadership platform.
Building on the momentum of Innovate’s successful launch and with our innovation festival fast in sight, we’re proud to announce Microsoft as an official Gold Partner of Hashtag Sports 2017 on June 26–28 in Times Square.
Along with a lineup of their industry-leading partners that includes the NFL, Real Madrid, NASCAR, and the PGA Tour, Microsoft is transforming the sports viewing experience.
Directly across the street from the prestigious TimesCenter — our Main Stage venue — Hashtag Sports is delivering two days of exclusive programming, including panels and insights from Microsoft executives and partners, that shines a spotlight on the innovative uses of Transformational Analytics in sports on a special stage at the Microsoft Technology Center (MTC).
Together, along with our newest teammate Microsoft, we are changing the game.
All the Best,
Co-Founder / Hashtag Sports
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