Sports Industry Experts: Seeing the Lack of Management of Youth Training from Spark Guide

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 Sports Industry Experts: Seeing the Lack of Management of Youth Training from Spark Guide


During the round table discussion, under the chairmanship of CCTV sports commentator Liu Xingyu, experts from different fields expressed their opinions. Jin Fuwei, a veteran consultant in the sports industry, said that youth training and matches need to be standardized.

Jin Fuwei believes that the Spark Guide of Netease Sports provides a guiding significance. He sees the problems existing in the management of youth training. I did a practical investigation before, which is very similar to the results of the investigation. We still need to improve in this respect. In the future, he said that the profit model of the competition is very complex. It is very difficult for the youth training institutions to do IP games independently, but we now know that there will be more than fifty companies involved in the capital market in the future. As well as many events with media attributes will be developed, people use the free model to play with your money-making model, we do youth training institutions, it is very difficult to play in the event. At last, Jin Fuwei mentioned that user experience should be deeply explored and social consumption ability should be supported by standardization. At the same time, youth training institutions must be standardized in order to grow bigger. Source: Netease Sports Author: Editor-in-Charge of Male: Luting_NS5242

Jin Fuwei believes that the Spark Guide of Netease Sports provides a guiding significance. He sees the problems existing in the management of youth training. I did a practical investigation before, which is very similar to the results of the investigation. We still need to improve in this respect.

At last, Jin Fuwei mentioned that user experience should be deeply explored and social consumption ability should be supported by standardization. At the same time, youth training institutions must be standardized in order to grow bigger.