Visaic receives 1st Place in the category of SportsTech at the 2021 Go Global Awards
October 20, 2021
(New York, NY | San Diego, CA) Visaic is excited to announce that the company has recently won the 1st Place SportsTech award at the International Trade Council’s Annual Go Global Awards Ceremony held October 14. The Awards attracted over 6,000 applications from over 170 countries.
Originally launched in 1989, The International Trade Council’s Go Global Awards celebrate organizations that drive the global economy through their innovations, technologies, and strategies. The Awards bring together hundreds of senior executives from some of the world’s most innovative manufacturers, exporters, technology firms, international service providers, venture capital firms and financial institutions.
Visaic powers delivery for a wide range of specialty video content that is delivered around the world. The company delivers content internationally for associations, major broadcasters, professional leagues, and marquee entertainment properties. Platforms powered by Visaic include the CFL International Service, the Rogers Grand Slam of Curling International Service, and American Football International TV (AFI.tv). The company also streams UFC, AEW and music concerts to theaters across North America.
“This is a very exciting milestone for our young company and is validation of our international distribution strategy,” stated Kanaan Jemili, CEO of Visaic.
“As our global economy and new technologies continue to evolve, traditional sports and media distribution models have had to adjust accordingly. Our solution is resonating with content rights holders that need quick to market platforms to service new territories.”
“Winning an Award is no small feat. We received a total of 6,416 entries, coming from organizations in 178 countries. The breadth of award nominations was truly amazing,” said Kristal Parcon, head of the Awards Committee.
“We are humbled by organizations such as Visaic who, in the face of a global pandemic, have displayed leadership, resilience and innovation, while embracing change and supporting their employees and communities in a way never seen before.”
This year’s awards were presented by the Go Global Judging Panel consisting of embassy
representatives and business development executives around the world.
About the Awards
The Go Global Awards follow a rigorous three-tiered review/selection process. Candidates begin the application process with a pre-screening / ranking phase. The top 20% of nominations across all categories are then cross-reviewed to ensure consistency. Finalists are then selected and move forward to the live judging event, where they present before independent members of the Go Global Awards Committee. The Awards Committee then cross-reviews the finalist presentations and the final decisions are announced at the Go Global Awards Day.
While the Go Global Awards offer the opportunity to be recognized and honored by their peers it also goes beyond winning trophies and citations. The program aims to build a community of senior executives from across the globe to support one another, share ideas, create partnerships, and build on their existing knowledge and connections.
For more information about the Go Global Awards, please visit www.goglobalawards.org
Contact Person: Jesse Beaudin, Chief Commercial Officer
Phone: +1 619 977 5867
International Trade Council
Contact Person: Kristal Parcon
Phone: +1 202 869 0988