Staff Reporters
Jan 27, 2011

World Sport Group appoints Adrian Staiti as SVP

SINGAPORE – World Sport Group (WSG) has appointed Adrian Staiti as senior vice-president for stadium and arenas.

Adrian Staiti, SVP stadiums & arenas, World Sport Group
Adrian Staiti, SVP stadiums & arenas, World Sport Group

In his new role, Adrian Stiati will lead WSG’s commercial role, including managing the sale of sponsorships, premium seating and advertising partnerships for the Singapore Sports Hub, which is due to open in 2014.

Working with WSG’s regional heads, he will also oversee the development of new stadium and arena projects.

Staiti brings 14 years' experience in the analysis, feasibility, evaluation, development and sales of commercial rights for arenas, stadiums, teams, collegiate athletic departments, concert tours and amphitheatres throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. 

He was formerly senior vice-president of business operations for Front Row Marketing Services, a subsidiary of international sports and entertainment giant Comcast-Spectacor. He has also served as the senior director of sponsorship sales for the NHL Philadelphia Flyers, NBA 76ers, AHL Phantoms, NLL Wings, Comcast Sports Net Philadelphia and Wells Fargo Center, and has been instrumental in developing sponsorships for many other start-up arenas, stadiums and teams.  

“We are delighted to welcome Adrian Staiti to the group. His wealth of experience in the industry will be a valuable resource and adds to the strength of our management team,” said Andrew Georgiou, chief operating officer, World Sport Group.

“We are confident that Adrian will secure an impressive roster of corporate partners and clients for the Singapore Sports Hub. With Adrian’s help, we also look forward to winning more stadium and arena projects across Asia, and growing our involvement in this area,” he added.
WSG is the exclusive commercial partner of the Singapore Sports Hub. The company is charged with developing and procuring sports programming, as well as the sale of all marketing rights in and around the venue including sponsorship, corporate hospitality and advertising.

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