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Penn State Sports Business Conference Returns March 24

The Penn State Sports Business Conference will return for its fifth year this week. The two-day student-run conference will take place in Beaver Stadium on Thursday, March 24, and Friday, March 25.

This year’s conference features keynote speakers like NHL executive Kim Davis. The Sports Business Conference aims to teach students about the sports industry and give Penn Staters an opportunity to connect with professionals within the industry.

Panels throughout the conference will cover topics like sports marketing, the business of betting, agents and agencies, NFTs, and even a NIL panel featuring Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford. Students will also have the opportunity to network with recruiters from the Washington Nationals, the New Jersey Devils, the New York Mets, and several other teams.

Student tickets are available for $25 online. More information about the event can be found on the Sports Business Conference’s Instagram page.

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