Working with Chinese media partner NetEase, FMMI has launched a micro-blog in China covering the international football business scene.
FMMI would like to congratulate its partners AFFA for the successful hosting of the FIFA Women’s u17 World Cup that took place over three weeks ending on 3 October.
After a number of years based in the West End of London, FMMI have moved to offices in Paddington.
Working with Shanghai agency Double Edged Sports, FMMI organised an event at Emirates Stadium, home of Arsenal FC, for international NOCs, Chinese media and other invited guests.
FMMI directors Dan Fletcher and Neil Eaves were the sole western guests at the NetEase Football Development forum in Beijing.
Following on from a successful Stage 1 course held in Baku last May, FMMI hosted a group of executives drawn from clubs and the national federation of Azerbaijan in London last week.
Working with agency Double Edged Sports in Shanghai and SportFive in Manchester, FMMI successfully brokered a deal for Chinese lighting company NVC to take advertising space on LED boards at a number of Barclays Premier League matches.
FMMI has concluded a deal that will see Chinese sports apparel brand Erke appear on LED advertising boards at multiple Barclays Premier League matches.
Working for a governing body FMMI have completed an assignment producing guidelines on small-sided football pitches.
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