Asaf Nevo, CEO & Co-founder of Pico joins Ronen Ainbinder in The Halftime Snacks podcast to discuss his journey as an entrepreneur, the role of data in decision making, organizational culture, and lessons from working with data in sports.Listen Here
The Israeli startup is currently working with over 60 sports teams globally from some of the biggest leagues in the world and was selected to take part in SAP's first-ever fan experience-focused startup accelerator program.Read More
In this episode, Asaf Nevo, CEO & Co-founder of Pico, alongside host Jacob Kelly, discuss starting Pico, pivoting the company, and how sports teams know less than 10% of their fans and what Pico is doing to change that.Read More
When it comes to the evolution of technology, sports leagues and teams have never been far behind. From high-tech stadiums, to data-tracking cameras, AI and more, there has always been once central focus within each upgrade and installation - the impact and effect on the fan experience.Read More
Join Asaf Nevo from Pico and our team to spend time discussing how A.I. and Machine Learning can be used to get personal with, categorize and engage your fans at opportune moments on social media.Read More
According to Yaron Talpaz, Pico's vice president for strategic partnerships, identifying "anonymous fans" across various digital assets is key.Read More
At Pico - Get Personal, we tell teams that engagement is not the problem on social. The problem is that these teams don't know who they are actually engaging. Social media often creates anonymous fans, so when you know who you're actually interacting with, you can cater to their experience on a personal level.Read More
One of the big challenges for all teams is to get a full picture of their fan base. Who follows them and where from? The problem with having so many social media followers is that they exist outside of a team’s direct communication channels which can make it seem like those fans and followers are a bit anonymous.Read More
Israel-based software company Pico has helped Bundesliga club Werder Bremen develop and implement a chat bot platform that connects the club's ticket holders and their preferences at a time when it is not possible to do so face-to-face.Read More
As technology changes, audience engagement does too. The era of "likes and comments" as performance indicators are outdated, and now sports teams need innovative ways to deliver value to its fanbases. Pico combines social media integration on platforms such as Facebook Messenger and Twitter with artificial intelligence to provide a personalized experience for fans trying to engage with their favorite sports teams.Read More
Fan data management platform Pico has announced a $3 million investment round led by German VC firm RSBG Ventures and Hong-Kong based investment firm Silverhorn Group. Pico's AI-powered platform generates targeted games and survey questions for fans to answer to help sports teams learn more about their fans.Read More
Pico has created a technology to turn engaged,anonymous sports and entertainment fans into identifiable customer profiles.Read More
Professional sports teams double as media companies, with in-house video and social teams typically having access to their own production studios and equipment. But simply using those tools to generate fan interaction, according to Pico CEO and co-founder Asaf Nevo, isn’t useful on its own.Read More
Matt Gardner from the St. Louis Blues hockey team shared how they are using PICO's AI-powered chatbots for fan engagement.
Sport technology company Pico has revealed its AI fan interaction system currently in use by the Israeli Sports Channel (Sport 5) and used by KAN 11, the Israeli public channel for the 2018 World Cup games.
Yaron Talpaz is the VP of Strategic partnerships at Pico-Get Personal, talks about how we help teams and leagues get to know their fans better.Listen Here
we discuss the importance for sports teams to join the dots between "unknown" fans on third party social media platforms into "known" fans captured on the team’s internal database. We also explore Roi's unusual entrepreneurial journey from local bar owner to the world of international sports.Listen Here
Sport5 channel explains how Pico works.
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Nashville Predators senior director of business strategy, JT Louviere, said: “Pico has allowed us to leverage social media and digital advertising to flawlessly reach a segment of fans we otherwise could not have. It’s a process that’s quantifiable and actionable across both our sales and marketing initiatives to progressively advance our business.”Read More
Rick is joined for a jam packed episode this week, with our COO Roi Mozer.Listen Here
Gateway Motorsports Park is the first major American motorsports venue to use Pico’s technology to drive fan engagement and revenue. “We are always looking for revolutionary ways to separate Gateway Motorsports Park from the pack when it comes to fan engagement”Read More
The first edition of the EB Tech Challenge, a collaboration between the University of La Salle-URL and Euroleague Basketball, came to an end on Friday as finalist startups and projects pitched their presentations to the six-member jury in Barcelona, Spain.Read More
Pico has created a platform of tools that allow teams to perform tasks such as building one-on-one relationships with fans through personalized communications and providing new sponsorship activation and revenue generating opportunities.Read More
Interviewing Asaf Nevo from Pico, a SaaS platform that helps sports teams build 1-on-1 fan relationships by making it easy to communicate with fans on the social channels they prefer.
Hosted by Benjamin Penkert from SportsTechX - All about SportsTech and startups.
[Hebrew Article] - Meet Pico, an Israeli startup that helping sports team worldwide. Read all about their invitation to present in front Chelsea FC
[Hebrew Article] - An Israeli company was invited to an intense week with the Chelsea FC in order to help them improve the Fan Engagement at Stamford Bridge.