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Sport Industry Awards set a date for November

Last year’s big winners have enjoyed significant growth

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
25th September, 2016
Sean O'Connor of Statsports

T he Sport Industry Awards return this November, and last year’s big winners have enjoyed significant growth since taking the best established business award.

Statsports, based in both Newry and Dundalk, develops player tracking systems for some of the biggest sports teams in the world. The past year has seen it enter several new major markets.

“We’ve expanded into a good few new regions this year. We entered the US last year and,...

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