Michael Lombardi and AJ Vaynerchuk Discuss Lessons from the NFL and How they Apply to the Modern Business World
Former NFL general manager, three-time Super Bowl winner, author and podcaster Michael Lombardi in conjunction with athlete management firm Vaynersports co-founder AJ Vaynerchuk reveal what makes the business of football tick.
Join us for a panel discussion, moderated by nationally quoted lawyer and podcaster, Michael Elkins. Lombardi and AJ will take you inside the business of the NFL, and talk about the lessons that can be applied to the modern business world. AJ and Lombardi are two of the most dynamic individuals in the business of sports. You will not want to miss what is sure to be a fascinating discussion.
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MICHAEL LOMBARDI was most recently an internal consultant for Bill Belichick in the New England Patriots' front office, after thirty years working for the San Francisco 49ers, the Oakland Raiders, and the Cleveland Browns (where he was general manager for two years). He writes a column for The Athletic and has his own podcast, The GM SCHUFFLE on the Cadence Podcast Network.
AJ VAYNERCHUK is the co-CEO of the athlete representation firm Vaynersports which boasts an ever-expanding NFL client roster as well as representing athletes in MLB and MMA. AJ is also the co-founder and former COO of Vaynermedia, a social media first digital agency.
Moderator: MICHAEL ELKINS
Michael Elkins, Esq. is a nationally quoted labor and employment/business attorney. Elkins has been quoted by CNN, Forbes, Bloomberg, Yahoo. Yahoo Life, Newsweek, The New Yok Daily News, The Miami Herald and numerous other national media outlets. Elkins is the founder of MLE Law, a full-service labor and employment/business law firm in Fort Lauderdale. Having spent the majority of his career working in large to mid-size Florida law firms, Elkins is a 20-year litigator representing businesses, municipalities and individuals in labor and employment matters.