Women In Sport Summit Showcase
“Australia has been leading the way in monitoring and collecting both men’s and women’s data equally to the same depth and detail”
Sarah Butler, Director of Global Communications at Stats Perform
The Women in Sport Summit brought together some of the biggest brands in global sport last Thursday on the Gold Coast to explore and celebrate the continued evolution of the critical role women are playing in all arenas within the global sporting landscape.
With presentations from organisations including Ultimate Fighting Championship, Angel City FC, Stats Perform, Golf Australia, Tik Tok, FIFA and many others, this world class event delivered by Ministry Of Sport outlined the growth of women’s sport and the opportunities for further growth into the future.
Playbk Sports co-founder Jon Shepherd took his place alongside Jane McGough from the Gold Coast SUNS as they explained how technology was being used to build a deeper connection to their fan base and to showcase their AFLW players through the suite of SUNS online learning products.
KEY TAKE AWAYS
250+ Sporting Executives Attended
Angel City FC shared revenue model
40% of sport participants are female
Female sport only reieves 4% of media coverage
Women’s sport revenue expected to grow by 15% by 2026
Less than 5% of sport tech start-ups are led by women
AFLW Captain, Charlie Rowbottom shares her insights into what it takes to stay fit and healthy through this immersive online learning experience.
Our Team is Ready to Help
Playbk help teams fan engagement evolve at a faster rate fusing cutting edge education and SportTech – at scale.