InsideTrack with Brandon Steiner
How a kid from Brooklyn started from scratch and bought Yankee Stadium.
InsideTrack with President Stephen J. Friedman brings renowned thought leaders and policymakers to Pace University for captivating discussions on topics and issues that affect us all. However, this January, InsideTrack throws us a curve ball.
President Friedman invites you to join him and the Pace Community as he turns the Schimmel stage over to Chairman of the Pace Board of Trustees Mark M. Besca ’81 and featured guest CEO of Steiner Sports Marketing, Inc. Brandon Steiner.
Besca and Steiner will sit down for a significant discussion on the intersection of business and sports and the innovative approaches to business and commerce that entrepreneurs commonly employ across all fields, not just sports marketing. In addition to his role as CEO, Steiner has made himself a permanent fixture in the media as a regular on ESPN Radio 1050 and as co-host of Yankees-Steiner: Memories of the Game on the YES Network. In his recent autobiography, You Gotta Have Balls, Steiner puts us inside his own mind, demonstrating from the inside-out the business and life philosophies that have propelled him to the top of the sports and marketing worlds.
Faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend the InsideTrack for free. For more information and to register, please visit www.pace.edu/paceinsidetrack.
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