With social distancing sending many people home for the coming weeks, Beyond The Game Network has launched our Digital Locker Room series. These video conferences will feature spectacular speakers discussing topics designed to help our athlete network keep moving forward and growing.
Marshall Mosher is our guest for this episode. Mosher runs Vestigo, a company running experiential training programs from some of the biggest corporations in the country. He is also a jet suit pilot and the host of the popular adventure sport podcast "Inside The Adventure".
Anthony Kimble joins us for this episode. Kimble made the leap from Stanford running back to successful real estate developer. He will share the hard lessons learned as he developed property in a number of cities in Louisiana.
For Episode 7, we had the team of F2K - one of the largest esports teams in the world. F2K sees 500 Million minutes of watch time on Twitch each month. The founder of F2K and a number of their streamers shared the details on how to get started in gaming and what it takes to be successful with the audience.
For Episode 6, our guest speaker was Adam Hertzog - a sports television producer with 25 years experience in the industry. Adam worked at ESPN and the Golf Channel with iconic shows and athletes. He shared what it takes for athletes to successfully make the jump to the broadcast booth or studio.
Episode 5 brought Stevie Baggs, Jr. as our guest to discuss his career transition from the NFL to the big screen. Stevie has performed in the Will Smith movie Focus and in TV shows including Star and Cobra Kai. He is also an author, a speaker, and a podcast host. He shared a lot with athletes looking to make the media leap.
Episode 4 is highlighted by Anthony Flynn, who has secured over $40 Million through non-profit fundraising and corporate sponsorships. Flynn shares the secrets to help our athlete network engage large companies and win.
In this episode we feature Ricardo Diaz, a banker with 25 years experience. Diaz shared his views on how banks are operating today with their consumer and small business customers. He'll presented opinions on how banks will respond in this crisis based on his experience in prior markets.
Episode 2 featured Shachar Oren, former CEO of Neurotic Media. He ran a music startup through the 2008 recession and shared his perspective on how the tech market functioned (or not). Shachar later sold Neurotic Media to Peloton and ran their music licensing group after the sale.
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In this episode of the Digital Locker Room, our Co-Founder Brian Zwerner joins host Andre Fluellen to discuss how to look for market opportunities and beyond after the COVID-19 hit.