While many sports fans don't like to acknowledge it, "big time" sports is "big time" business. Agents, bond referendums for new stadiums, corporate sponsorships, collective bargaining agreements and other topics have nothing to do with the sport itself but everything to do with the "Business of Sports." This isn't limited to Professional Sports, either. Parents can pay someone to help their child get an athletic scholarship, there are services to help college coaches find and recruit high school athletes, and don't forget the big business that is the Olympic games. Here you will find sites from and about sports agents, recruiting services, labor disputes/collective bargaining, corporate sponsorship and anything else on the Business of Sports.

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Alden and Associates
A higher education consulting firm which focuses on intercollegiate athletics, providing services related to rules compliance, long range planning, self-study and pre-NCAA certification analysis.
AskMen.com: The Business of Sports
Information and feature articles on the business of sports, commentary on money and professional athletes.
Sporting Goods Intelligence (SGI)
Sporting goods and apparel, retailing, market data, market facts and market research for the industry. Financial analysis, database (online and on CD-ROMs), marketing tools, books, mailing lists. SGI sginews. Global coverage. Separate geographics areas. SGI America / SGI Europe and SGI Asia. Specialized newsletters in each area.
Sports Business Research Network
Information includes market research database, news and archives, and a sporting industry calendar of events.
Sports Information Resource Centre (SIRC)
Producer of bibliographic databases of sport, fitness, and sports medicine information.
Sports Trend
Online version of magazine serving the sporting goods industry. Also archive of previous issues.

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