Asim Pasha of Sporting Innovations to speak Oct. 16 at Tech ESP event
Sporting Innovations has been the subject of a steady stream of recognition and positive press since it launched last year, and this summer the Kansas City startup, which makes technology to enhance the stadium experience for sports fans, announced plans for significant expansion over the next three years.
On Oct. 16, one of the men at the helm of that thriving outfit will present at the final Technology Entrepreneur Speakers Program get-together of the year.
Asim Pasha (left), the co-CEO of Sporting Innovations, will speak at the Tech ESP event, which runs from 5:30-7 p.m. at the Country Club Plaza offices of Polsinelli Shughart (700 W. 47th St., Suite 700).
Here's more on Pasha, courtesy of Tech ESP's organizers:
Pasha recently led the technical design and implementation at LIVESTRONG Sporting Park, Sporting Kansas City's new soccer-specific stadium, which is considered by many to be one of the most technologically advanced stadiums in the world. His design covered 21 systems, including the first-ever deployment of CISCO High Definition wireless, along with IPTV and broadcast over IP.
He has worked in financial, health, banking and sports industries in his career, and continues to drive for innovative new designs and ideas. His current interests focus on leveraging advances in systems, networks and software platforms to progressively shift the innovation curve in sports industry across the globe.
Presented by the Missouri Small Business and Technology Development Center, the Tech ESP series featured six presentations over the course of the year by technology business leaders from across the region. More on the Tech ESP, again courtesy of its organizers:
This series … highlights the region's most innovative technology business leaders as they discuss ideas and opportunities for the future generation of entrepreneurs. Tech ESP highlights experiences, lessons learned and unique issues and challenges faced by entrepreneurs in the creation of a new enterprise.
People who plan to attend on Oct. 16 are asked to register* in advance. Tickets cost $25 before the event and $30 at the door.
* Update Oct. 9, 3 p.m.: Link updated to registration page for Oct. 16 event.
Note: Silicon Prairie News is a media sponsor of the Tech ESP.
Credits: Photo of Pasha from sportsbusinessdaily.com.