Winning The Fan’s Experience ~ Keynote Timothy Zue, EVP & CFO, Boston Red Sox Closes Out Conference
The Red Sox are World Series champions but the team is a mid-sized business that must create a winning experience every time a fan interacts with the Red Sox. Timothy Zue will share the winning play book the Red Sox organization has created to leverage data and translate into information to take informed risks and make winning plays to keep their fans coming back.
Hear Timothy Zue’s live afternoon keynote Winning The Fan’s Experience at our 9th annual CFO Leadership Conference “Seven Pillars Of The Modern CFO” May 13-14th (Pillar #4 Data Driven Decision Making ~ Tuesday, May 14th @ 3:15pm).
About Timothy Zue, Executive Vice President & CFO, Boston Red Sox
Tim Zue is responsible for the financial management of the Boston Red Sox overseeing the organization’s operating budget, accounting, financial planning, forecasting, and business analytics. Prior to his current role, Zue served as Senior Vice President of Finance, Strategy and Analytics for both the Red Sox and Fenway Sports Management (FSM). During his 15-year career with the club, Zue has played a key role in all financial aspects of the business, including the evaluation and execution of all non-baseball events, ticket pricing decisions, the financial impact of Fenway Park improvements, and the creation of the Red Sox Rewards loyalty program. He also helped conduct the financial due diligence related to Fenway Sports Group’s acquisitions of Roush Fenway Racing, Liverpool Football Club, and the marketing rights for LeBron James. With FSM, Zue managed the business operations department responsible for the sports marketing firm’s consulting, events, and experiences divisions. Under his leadership, FSM created the onsite photography service Fanfoto, the fan travel program MLB Destinations, Red Sox Fantasy Camps, and Youth Baseball Summer Camps. During his tenure, Fanfoto expanded from three teams to more than 30, and the MLB Destinations program grew to include seven Major League Baseball clubs.
“We are thrilled to not only feature preeminent CFOs such as Tim Zue, but our ticket sales to date have exceeded all prior conferences. This year’s CFO Leadership Conference will sell out with members coming to Boston from every Chapter, May 13-14. This is a powerful testimony to the level of CFO education and programming we provide throughout North America.” ~ Jennifer Langley, Chair, CFO Leadership Conference 2019
About The CFO Leadership Conference “Seven Pillars Of The Modern CFO”
The CFO Leadership Council’s 9th annual national conference “Seven Pillars Of The Modern CFO” is being held May 13-14, 2019 in Boston’s Seaport District. Dedicated to empowering CFOs, it will offer relevant and tangible tools for CFOs and senior financial executives to hone your leadership skills. Sessions include inspiring keynotes, and expert-led interactive workshops crafted to dig deep into key leadership areas within the Seven Pillars of the Modern CFO – (Pillars – Strategy & Innovation, Performance Measurement, Economics & Globalization, Data-Drive Decision Making, Technology, Disruption & Change, Executive Presence & Communication, and Leadership). Network and learn alongside 400+ of your peers across North America. NASBA Certified CPE Offered. Reserve your seat today. www.cfolcconference.com
About The CFO Leadership Council
The CFO Leadership Council offers both live & online programs that feature expert panels and interactive sessions that drive meaningful conversation and leadership development among our membership. Our collection of leadership development resources similar to this article contain pragmatic insights and advice sourced directly from our members and industry experts. Recordings of CFOLC webcasts are made available to our current CFOLC Premium & Virtual members. To learn about our three-tiered membership options and CFO Week in May 2019, visit www.cfolc.com.
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