Create Your Own Team/Sports Organization Your final assessment/Project is a cumulation of the entire course, semester, and all the previous courses you have taken. You are to submit the following. A presentation of your organization to the class will take place. You are to create your own team or related sports organization in any current internationally recognized league or sports industry. You are to use your imagination. Imagination based on research, fact and the items discussed in this course. Have fun with this assignment. It could be the new “Buffalo Yankees” or that Buffalo now will be the new international Olympic headquarters, as examples. Required Elements to be discussed: Overview What will be the management principles applied? What are the marketing principles and techniques that will be used? Who is the organization being marketed to? What are the financial and economic principles being used? (A budget is not necessary, yet there does have to be a financial upside for your organization to exist.) What are the legal issues? Are there any ethical issues? What will be the targeted demographic? High School/Youth Sport/Collegiate/International Sport. Professional Sport, Management assignment help. etc. Will a sports agency be used? What will the necessary facilities be? Event space? Potential sales/sponsorships/other revenue generating items? Expectations: Seven – ten pages, not including a cover sheet or citations, MLA or APA. Proper professional work To go beyond the example questions being asked above. Base your response on the items discussed in the class to this point and your own research.
You are currently employed by the Government of Ontario and your job is to promote this Province to International investors to bring jobs and money to Ontario. Recently Ontario has, specifically in the GTA (greater Toronto Area), grown significantly in the Information Technology sector and over the years real estate has also grown. To show the investors you understand Ontario you need to do some background research. The chart provided is part of Ontario’s growth with employment and population projections. Part of the research in