INFLCR founder and CEO Jim Cavale (left) and IMAGN President Bruce Odle at the USA Today Network HQ in New York. The new partnership between the two companies will distribute national media images to the mobile devices of the athletes for INFLCR clients.
Influencer (INFLCR) clients and their athletes now can access national-media content directly on their mobile devices thanks to an innovative partnership with imagn, part of the USA Today network.
‘Many of the athletes that are using the platform to access internally-curated content produced by our client school, are going to go on to play their sports professionally,” INFLCR founder and CEO Jim Cavale told Front Office Sports. “We want to make sure that we are going to continue to have a relationship with them through delivering national media of their pro career, and this partnership with imagn allows us to do just that.”
Front Office Sports has more details on the partnership, how it will work and what it will mean for clients and athletes.
Influencer (INFLCR) is a social media CRM that allows teams and leagues to efficiently distribute their digital assets across the social channels of their most effective brand ambassadors (student-athletes, coaches, recruits prominent alumni and fans) while being able to track and measure the reach and performance of the content at scale via a convenient dashboard. With INFLCR, teams can store, share and track their digital assets (game photos, videos, etc.) as they flow through the social media channels of their brand ambassadors. Learn more at inflcr.com