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Awe Sport International, which opened an office in Monaco three weeks ago, has been selected as part of HYPE-Sports Innovation’s TOP 50 Program, which is renowned for launching the world’s most innovative sport startups into the future of this sector.
The agency has been selected for its commitment in changing the way of conceiving a football match at the stadium by creating a unique atmosphere that goes beyond competition day itself.
“We are extremely proud of this achievement that comes just two years after the beginning of our adventure,” said Romy Gai, President and Co-Founder of London-based AWE Sport International. “This is proof that we are going in the right direction and we are growing healthily. Our goal is to leave an important sign in the world of football, supported by our values and our passion for sport.”
Dr Ilan Hadar, Partner and Chief Innovation Officer at HYPE-Sports Innovation, added, “We are excited to welcome AWE Sport to the 2018 TOP 50 Elite program and support them as they grow. We believe in their ability to make an impact on the World of Sports.”
AWE Sport is an international sports marketing agency that is the ideal partner for those who wish to invest in the world of sport, thanks to its consultancy and sponsorship activation services, the company says. “Strategic thinking and close attention to fan engagement, combined with diversified competences and creative mindset, allow AWE Sport to catch the best opportunities on the market and implement them effectively.”
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