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Walking In A New Direction

Benjamin Yeow, CheckPointSpot

12-May-21 10:00

Walking In A New Direction

When pandemic lockdown restrictions were imposed, the sports industry took a massive hit, especially in the mass market sector. For Benjamin Yeow, the CEO of sports technology provider CheckPointSpot, it was imperative that they find another way. He discusses the impact of the pandemic on mass sporting events, the new direction CheckPointSpot is heading in, and their massive virtual steps-counting event dedicated to fighting corruption.

Produced by: Christine Wong

Presented by: Christine Wong


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