Sports & Entertainment Alliance in Technology (Seat) to be Held August 5-8 in Boston – One-Of-A Kind Conference Consortium For Sports Executives, Owned by Sports Executives

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SEAT is the only conference-consortium that is holistically owned and operated by prior sports executives, giving SEAT a unique distinction above all other conference organizations in the sports and entertainment industry.

“SEAT is the sports technology conference of the year I look forward to attending.It gives me the best opportunity to not only network with my peers but to see the latest, cutting edge technology pertinent to the sports industry all in one place"

Sports & Entertainment Alliance in Technology (SEAT) is holding its annual North American Conference at the Liberty Hotel in Boston on August 5-8, 2012. SEAT brings leaders together with innovative technology solution providers to solve industry challenges and to address the continuing evolution of the industry and its consumers.

SEAT is the only conference-consortium and consulting company that is holistically owned and operated by prior sports executives, giving SEAT a unique distinction above all other conference organizations in sports and entertainment. Christine Stoffel was a sports technology executive with the Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB) and Phoenix Coyotes (NHL). Chris Dill was the CIO for the Portland Trailblazers (NBA). SEAT was created by and for sports and entertainment leaders across the world.

Members of SEAT’s community are comprised of executive technology, marketing, sales and operational leaders from all major sport league governing bodies, professional and amateur sports organizations, pro golfing organizations, auto racing organizations, collegiate CIO’s, collegiate athletic directors along with their athletic technology and marketing professionals, and leading entertainment and sports venues.

“SEAT Consortium was founded six years ago on the mission to bring leaders across sports and entertainment together for four key purposes: collaboration, innovation, strategy and thought-leadership,” stated Stoffel. “We have continued to stay true to these principals in everything we do, therefore we continue to change the way technology is leveraged in the sports and entertainment industry. Additionally, we continue to challenge the technology leaders in this industry to be strategic business leaders in their organizations and not just technologists…. this is elevating the entire industry to a new way of thinking.”

Topics at the conference will include social media, digital signage, Wi-Fi, DAS, CRM, green initiatives, fan experiential technologies and how to leverage all of the technology, marketing and operational tools in the marketplace to effectively impact your organization, create new experiences for your fans and improve revenue streams.

“SEAT is the sports technology conference of the year I look forward to attending the most – it gives me the best opportunity to not only network with my peers but to see the latest, cutting edge technology pertinent to the sports industry all in one place. “ stated Tod Caflisch, vice president of IT New Orleans Hornets, “Attending SEAT has definitely made me more effective in my role as an IT leader by helping me leverage technology to increase revenue and help the Hornets organization be more efficient.”

For more information on attending the 2012 SEAT conference-event, visit http://www.seatconsortium.com. Follow SEAT on Twitter: @seatconference; LinkedIn: search for SEAT Sports Group and FaceBook: facebook.com/SEATconsortium.

About SEAT, LLC:
SEAT LLC, a sports technology consortium for the executive leaders across sports and entertainment industry. SEAT brings leaders together with innovative technology solution providers to solve industry challenges and to address the evolution of the industry. SEAT is the only conference-consortium and consulting company that is holistically owned and operated by prior sports executives, giving SEAT a unique distinction above all other conference organizations. Members of SEAT’s community are comprised of executive technology, marketing, sales and operations leaders from all major sport league governing bodies, professional and amateur sports organizations, pro golfing organizations, collegiate CIO’s, collegiate athletic directors, collegiate athletic technology and marketing professionals, racing organizations and leading entertainment and sports venues.

For further information, please contact: Christine Stoffel, +1-602-639-1807, Christine(dot)Stoffel(at)seatconsortium(dot)com or Chris Dill, +1-503-680-3222, Chris(dot)Dill(at)seatconsortium(dot)com

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