The TUFF Fund, an NIL collective supporting Temple student athletes, has signed its initial class of 16 athletes.
Katie Davis, a CPA with James Moore Co., joined us for a live Q&A on tax issues facing NIL collectives.
UF gymnast Leah Clapper has used NIL as an opportunity to pursue entrepreneurial ventures, including creating her own boardgame and starting her own NIL company, NIL Island.
In this episode, we’re joined by Rayquan Smith, the “King of NIL.” Rayquan is a decathlete at Norfolk State and previously was a dual-sport athlete…
Marty Ludwig, Director of Trademarks and Licensing at University of Cincinnati, joins the podcast to discuss current trends and issues in licensing.
UNC WBB athlete Deja Kelly joins the podcast to talk about how she’s using NIL to have a positive impact on younger athletes and to support single mothers.
Steve Hank has spent his career helping college athletic departments engage fans and increase revenue, and in this podcast he’s sharing what he’s learned.
This new podcast is all about personal branding and entrepreneurship for college athletes in the era of name, image and likeness.
Actionable advice to implement to engage fans and student athletes through your collective’s social media channels.
Mark Emmert discusses the future of NIL, including his idea for athletes to be paid brand ambassadors for the university.