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At the intersection of Entrepreneur Street and Business Avenue, sports tech innovators are finding the home of business experts equipped with the financing, wherewithal and connections needed to help visionaries launch and fuel their companies forward.

Startup accelerators have risen to bridge the gap at the earliest stage of business challenge and in many industries. Now they’re arriving in the sports world with the L.A. Dodgers and R/GA entering in April, Stadia Ventures this month and Nike working to help out hopefuls in need.

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You might not think of a 47-year-old former broadcast TV CEO as the model leader of a youth movement designed to connect millennials (18-34) and youngsters with sports video content on mobile devices and the web.

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Among the very first in pro sports to see the light with renewable energy, The Kraft Group’s investment in solar power five years ago has already delivered big resource savings and is still advancing today. Instead of taking arrows for being a pioneer in its industry, the organization that owns the New England Patriots is enjoying sun and games.

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