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Reza Mohammad Kazemi, Yavar Omidi,
Volume 1, Issue 2 (12-2011)

Innovation, creativity and change are the key elements and unavoidable factors in sport. The importance of this issue encourages us to study sport from the point of view of entrepreneurship. During the recent years, spreading the sport management and development of entrepreneurship have created a new frame work in sport in a way that a new approach has been appeared regarding sport management and entrepreneurship. For this reason this article aims to study the relationship between entrepreneurship and sport in order to spread and develop the theory of entrepreneurship in sport management.
Through studying the information gained in economics and sports marketing, we have been given the opportunity to identify the Innovations, proactiveness and risk taking in sport from which the dimensions of entrepreneurship has been out broke in this domain. Moreover, the current article implicitly points out the study related gap between entrepreneurship and sport management by introducing the different kinds of entrepreneurship existing in sport and sport management domains. Finally, suggestions are discussed for future studies.
Vahid Izadfar, Farideh Sharififar, Reza Mohammad Kazemi,
Volume 11, Issue 22 (12-2021)

The purpose of this study is to design a business model in sports academies from the perspective of experts of this field. The present study is based on the paradigm of interpretive research, in terms of practical purpose, qualitative research approach and data collection in the form of in-depth and semi-structured interviews. The statistical population of the study includes entrepreneurs, sports business owners, managers of sports academies, presidents of sports federations and managers of the National Olympic Academy. 15 people were selected as the sample size using targeted sampling strategy and snowball. Data analysis was performed using qualitative content analysis and open, pivotal and selective coding methods using Maxqda software version 18 in which 9 main components and 45 pivotal categories were discovered and counted. The reliability of the recoding of the interviews conducted in this study using Scott's formula is equal to 90%. Managers, presidents of sports federations and academies should be comprehensively acquainted with these categories and components so that they can design the components and elements of the sports academy business specific to their sport in accordance with the needs and characteristics of their business and based in that take the suitable action.

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