Sport, cohesion and business! It’s time to invest in your partners.

Sport, cohesion and business! It’s time to invest in your partners.

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Sport, cohesion and business! It’s time to invest in your partners.

Published on 17/01

written by ARIELLE GRENU

January is mid-season, so it’s time to take stock. Many questions can arise at this time, such as: has the club achieved its objectives at the start of the season?

Bringing together its partners to convey to them the club’s ambitions is the first date of the year which allows a club to demonstrate its commitments to its partners.

The objective is to establish transparent communication by taking stock of the financial results, sporting results and above all to communicate on the adjustments put in place in order to achieve the set objectives.

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Creating a mid-term event allows you to maintain the commitment of your partners, as Quentin Lozzia, responsible for communications at Sluc Nancy Basket, tells us: “our partners enjoy coming to our greetings evening because it brings together more than 250 people and , allows only 2 days after the New Year to share a friendly moment between partners around a catered buffet. Especially since it is an opportunity for new prospects to discover our club. » Quentin Lozzia told us that the evening represented a certain cost “it’s not cheap but not excessive either” he believes, but beyond that, it allows us to “create an annual meeting for bringing together partners who contribute to the development of the club”

“That’s it, the objective for the club is to identify: to retain its partners and show them interest through a friendly and nice moment.”

BUT WHAT ARE THE MOTIVATIONS FOR A PARTNER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS TYPE OF EVENT?

In the end they are simple because it allows partners to come together around a common interest which is sport to exchange with each other and do business.

Nothing could be simpler because this evening allows partners to come together around a common interest: sport. In addition, it allows you to exchange ideas while doing business, in fact the most influential people in the city such as the mayor or notaries were present.

COHESION BETWEEN CLUB PARTNERS

Anthony Hanus, head of the event agency Limitless Event and partner of Sluc Nancy Basket for 3 years, confirms this to us: “This type of event allows us to establish cohesion between the club’s partners because during the matches we do not We didn’t have the opportunity to talk to each other because we didn’t know each other.

This is a key moment for the life of the club because it ensures its sustainability and proper functioning.” We know that partners are essential for a sports club, but bringing them together around a common objective such as sport inevitably creates links between the different sectors of partner companies;

“It is for this reason that Com1sport encourages clubs to find good reasons to organize unifying events, which will obviously be a communication lever appreciated by partner companies. 🙂 ”

Podcast #5: On the road to Paris 2024

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Podcast #5 : On the road to paris 2024 

published on 31/01/2024

written by arno koch


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Benjamin choquert
tamara horacek

As the Paris 2024 Olympics approach, the question arises: how is a new generation of French champions preparing to shine? Dive into their stories with a fascinating podcast made by COM1SPORT, featuring Augustin Bey, Tamara Horacek, and Benjamin Choquert. 

What have they learned from their experiences in Tokyo and Rio?

How are they preparing, physically and mentally, for Paris 2024? 

What strategies are they adopting, between autonomous preparation and structured training?

Tamara, Benjamin and Augustin reveal the fascinating secrets behind sporting excellence.

The podcast touches on many other fascinating discussions around Paris 2024. The expectations of French athletes, the anticipated highlights, and the particular challenges of organizing these games in their own country…

A privileged access to the world of top-level Olympic athletes, allowing you to better understand what lies behind medals and records. Augustin Bey, Tamara Horacek and Benjamin Choquert remind us that the road to Olympism is paved with determination, hard work and passion. l  

We wish them the best of luck!

Listen to our podcast and immerse yourself in the world of professional athletes. Available on all your favorite podcast platforms.

THE 5 MISTAKES TO AVOID WHEN STARTING VIDEO WITH YOUR SMARTPHONE.

THE 5 MISTAKES TO AVOID WHEN STARTING VIDEO WITH YOUR SMARTPHONE.

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THE 5 MISTAKES TO AVOID WHEN STARTING VIDEO WITH YOUR SMARTPHONE.

published on 17/01

written by Manon & Élise

Today, smartphones allow us to produce high-quality videos. It may seem simple, but there are mistakes to avoid. This is why Com1Sport gives you the keys to making the best use of today’s tools.

settings

The anchor points of a video taken using a smartphone are the settings. It is important or even essential to check the quality of the image, for example, it is preferable to choose 4k or 1080p quality for the rendering to be successful. The brightness level, so that all the details of the video are taken into account and the file format to ensure optimal results.

the lightning

Lighting is one of the most important aspects to check when making a video. Before each shot, lighting should be controlled in the best way to avoid overexposure or underexposure. It is also important to check for shadows that might not be needed in the video. For quality lighting, be careful to choose the right filming environment so that the result of your project is optimized.

The stabilization of the device

To ensure that the image of your video is as stable as possible, it is recommended to use a tripod or stabilizer. These two tools allow your smartphone not to move during each shot. The camera’s movements will then be controlled, which provides shake-free rendering and ideal video framing.

The environment

Not paying attention to the environment is a mistake. You must be careful that the background is neutral and that the framing is adapted to the proposed video. To keep your community’s eyes glued to your content, you need a simple environment without any distractions.

the repetitions

Don’t just take one shot. You have to take several takes to best perfect your video project. Take the time to take care of your shots and produce different ones to be sure you have managed to film the best content. This will help you during the editing of your production, you will have access to more possible choices.

With these 5 tips, you will know how to make videos with your smartphone without any problem. 😉
And if you want to improve like a pro, Com1sport offers you two-day training, in collaboration with the organization VY Formation, which will show you the basics of video, filming and editing with your smartphone.

5 KEY POINTS FOR SUCCESSFUL SPORTS PHOTOS?

5 KEY POINTS FOR SUCCESSFUL SPORTS PHOTOS?

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5 key points for successful sports photos?

published on 17/01

written by ARIELLE GRENU

Everyone knows the importance of photos in communication, but behind that, what is the upstream work of a photographer? To answer this question, our photographer Loïc Wacziak spoke to us in a completely transparent manner! Mainly photographing the SLUC Nancy Basket, it is on this team that he decided to focus during this interview.

“Photographing a match is not about me arriving at the meeting time, standing at the edge of the pitch and off we go, no, it’s much more complex than that”

Equipment

It is essential to know your equipment inside out “I check my equipment before each match” he tells us. According to him, it is essential in this profession, in fact, depending on the lighting conditions, to have professional equipment allowing quality photos to be taken. But he insists on one point: “it’s not with great equipment that you’re going to take great photos. It really helps the photographer’s work”.

Get informed

Finding out about the teams and the players is essential to approaching a match according to our photographer “What I often do is that I find out about the news on the two teams who are going to play as well as the players and their states of form” he explains to us. It is by following the news of a sport, of the players or of a team that the match can be considered in a calm manner.

passion

Passionate about his work and basketball, Loïc makes us understand that this alloy can be felt through his photos “I unconsciously have more investment than in another sport” he tells us. Basketball being his favorite sport, he explains being able to anticipate certain actions at certain moments I think it’s really an asset to be able to take good photos.”

to pay attention

Attention, according to our photographer is the most important point, in fact, it is a job where you have to be attentive all the time in order not to miss THE moment of the match, this important moment that you need to immortalize at all costs.

curiosity, adaptation and reactivity

these three terms sum up what a good photographer must be, in fact he must :

  • Be curious to obtain original photos.
  • Adapt to conditions that are not always optimal in order to always offer quality photos.
  • Be reactive to actions, he must not fall asleep on the sidelines !

“What we want to make you understand through this article is that we cannot improvise as photographers! So put down your smartphones and call Com1sport! 🙂 ”

We take you behind the scenes of a photo shoot for a professional sports club.

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Inside : We take you behind the scenes of a photo shoot for a professional sports club. Inside Media Day at MHB

published on 31/01/2024

written by arno koch

inside media day at mhb

In our new inside video, we invite you on an adventure to the heart of Metz-Handball as we go behind the scenes of a memorable photo shoot with the team. Discover the set-up, unexpected moments, equipment management and creative adaptation that made this shoot a success 🔥

 

“What would a photo shoot be without problems?” As Loïc says, the unexpected is an integral part of a photo shoot. And even if good preparation allows you to rule out quite a few, you have to remain ready to bounce back, to know how to adapt! The athletes, the staff, everyone’s waiting on you but the shutter doesn’t go off, and you don’t know why… you’ll find out how we did it, not without a sweat. 

An interesting part of this shoot is the staging for the photos of the official Metz Handball boutique, you’ll see how we used different spaces to showcase the team’s various outfits and accessories, an opportunity to try out some new shots. 

If you’re a sports lover, a photo/video enthusiast, or simply curious to discover what goes on behind the scenes in the professional world, subscribe to our YouTube channel !

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