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Weisz’s start-up consultancy lands Belgian Cup international rights remit

Sports Media Venture, a boutique production and rights consultancy set up former IMG executive Floris Weisz, is assisting with the sale of  international rights to the Belgian Cup.

Sports Media Venture has announced that it is working on the international broadcast rights sales for the 2019-20 edition of the knockout clubs tournament.

Weisz left IMG a year ago after a decade at the agency. His roles included head of sales in Benelux, Greece and Cyprus for IMG’s cycling portfolio and then IMG Media Asia’s vice-president, head of regional sales, business development and special projects. Upon leaving IMG, Weisz became chief commercial officer at 433, the football-focused digital media agency.

Sports Media Venture was established earlier this year and provides consultancy services to the Royal Belgian Football Association (KBVB), Indonesian Football Federations (PSSI), cycling’s Hammer Series, motor racing’s Formula E and the Amsterdam Marathon.

Pro League, the organiser of Belgian football’s top-tier Jupiler League, will soon be issuing tenders for its domestic and international broadcast rights. The Spring Media agency helping is distributing the international rights at present in a deal that expires at the end of the 2019-20 season.