Your Sneak Peek into Opendorse Deals™ – End-To-End Endorsement Management

Coming soon: the one place for end-to-end endorsement management. The athlete endorsement market is about to experience 100-times growth in 2021. In order for our industry to succeed, it has to be tech-driven. That’s why we’re bringing the industry into the future with Opendorse Deals. Opendorse Deals is where sponsors, athletes, and everyone in-between will

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Opendorse and Overtime Team to Prepare College Athletes, Programs for NIL

Partnership to offer student-athlete brand-building packages to college programs Opendorse and Overtime today announced the launch of a partnership built to prepare the endorsement industry for coming changes to Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) policies in college athletics. The companies will provide college athletics programs with custom content creation and distribution technology that has proven

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Announcing The Next Generation of Athlete Endorsements

Last week, we made one of the landmark announcements in Opendorse history. I shared a vision — one that we’ve had from the beginning — to bring the athlete endorsement industry together with the technology it needs to succeed. We shared our vision to prepare this ecosystem for the new era of athlete endorsements… the

How NIL Rights Will Change College Recruiting

Which schools really build brands? Today, there’s a line item on every agenda… for every recruiting visit… at every D1 school in the country that addresses just that – how this school will help you build your brand. But does that program live up to its promise? For the last few years, this battle has been fought

Why ADs Can’t Wait to Prepare Their Programs for Name, Image, and Likeness Rights

The 2021 recruiting class will be the first to have name, image, and likeness monetization opportunities from the moment they set foot on campus. Knowing this, recruits right now are asking, “How will your school prepare me to monetize my NIL rights?” The question carries real weight. The answer will have an impact on one of