Business News | Growing popularity of sports management as a career choice
New Delhi [India], July 21 (ANI / ThePRTree): Sports management professionals are in demand in the ever-expanding global sports industry.
These professionals will be at the forefront of unprecedented industrial growth that forecasts a 6% increase in global value to nearly £ 530 billion by 2022.
This industry growth is driven by the emergence of e-sports, virtual reality technology, the dynamic nature of sports consumerism, and many other factors. The sports industry needs sports management professionals to oversee and manage the industry during this period of growth.
As a result, more and more students are preparing for the profession, and many are opting for a bachelor’s and master’s degree in sports management among other sports management qualifications.
What exactly is a sports management professional?
Sport is no longer seen as a side spectacle of global business activity and is now a giant independent industry in its own right. Thereafter, the industry must be led by experts with a wide range of management skills in areas such as finance, law, analysis, human resources and many other traditional business skills, but with a special emphasis on the various dynamics of the sports industry.
Gone are the days of dependence on traditional professionals. Industry specialists must understand and fundamentally develop the colossal sports industry.
Sports management professionals have skills that enable them to manage athletes, generate wealth through marketing and sales strategies, and manage the staff of national sports organizations and global businesses associated with sport. These varied career opportunities require specific skills. To meet the demand, many educational institutions are now offering sports management programs.
Why should students view sports management as a career?
India has a long and important history in terms of contributing to the global sports landscape. However, despite this history and recent successes such as Indian Premier League (cricket), Hockey India League, Indian Badminton League, Pro Kabaddi League and Indian Super League (football), there is still a significant lack of qualified sportsmen. Management professionals in the country.
While sports management education around the world has grown to reflect the constant growth within the sports industry, these platforms are not uniformly available across India. Arguably, this also creates an opportunity for higher education institutions to develop sports management degree programs that provide a career path for Indian nationals in the world’s fastest growing industrial sector.
It is essential to recognize that the sport sector has changed and now requires competent people. Now is the time for aspirants to actively seek undergraduate and postgraduate sports management programs to become a part of the sunrise sports industry.
Careers in sports management provide real opportunities for individuals to make an impact in the community, work with top athletes and turn a passion into a successful career, which very few global industry sectors do. can offer its workforce.
NASM is an institution committed to educating highly professional and knowledgeable individuals in the rapidly growing field of sports management. One of the best sports management institutes in India, it seeks to equip the world with academically and ethically strong sports managers and executives. NASM’s effort is to instill a passion for excellence in our students. It offers a wide range of educational services and opportunities for students pursuing careers in the field.
Launch your career in sports management with NASM today.
NASM is one of the best institutes in India offering world class sports programs.
Applications for undergraduate and postgraduate programs are open for 2021.
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