Remember this from last week?
— P.K. Subban (@PKSubban1) May 31, 2018
Well it turns out, there’s a special class being held at Harvard University for athletes.
The class, which often attracts some of the most high profile athletes on the planet, aims to focus “on the unique challenges of developing, managing, and marketing a successful entertainment offering…the curriculum examines the crucial elements of effective talent management and entertainment business strategies.”
Wait, doesn’t PK Subban have all this info? Shouldn’t he be teaching the class?
My guess is that it’s a chance for these former and current athletes to develop their brand further and find ways to market themselves, their individual talents, and perhaps even grow their sports in a way. It’s great that this class is being offered annually and that athletes find ways to expand their impact. Also, wouldn’t it be neat if Big Zee got his taste of Harvard and then became the latest in a line of Bruins players who graduated from these hallowed halls just a hop, skip and a jump away?
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