Ann Arbor, MI – ROSSETTI, the award-winning architectural design and planning firm, will be sponsoring the upcoming Michigan Sport Business Conference (MSBC), one of the nation’s premier undergraduate-run sport business conferences in the United States. The event, which attracts the leading figures in the sports industry, will take place on Friday, October 6th at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.
Matt Rossetti, President and CEO of ROSSETTI, will take the stage at this year’s MSBC Thursday Night Dinner to introduce this year’s keynote speaker, John Beilein, head coach of the University of Michigan’s men’s basketball team.
“The level of professionalism and relevance of the MSBC is impressive and we’re proud to support this student-run event,” said Rossetti. “Many of our staff members graduated from U of M and we’ve found that the students graduating from the Sports Management program to be top performers.”
ABOUT ROSSETTI – ROSSETTI is a global architectural design and planning firm with a portfolio of showcase properties spanning sports and entertainment, interiors, hospitality, retail and urban planning. Founded in Detroit in 1969, the firm will be celebrating 50 years in business in 2019.
ROSSETTI’s projects that have recently completed are: UCLA Health Center/Home of the LA Lakers (El Segundo, CA, August 2017), Green Bay Packers’ Titletown District, sledding hill and Hinterland Brewery (Green Bay, WI summer, 2017), Ford Field Renovations (Detroit, MI, summer 2017). Projects currently under construction are: USTA’s Armstrong Stadium (New York, 2018); and Michigan State University’s Breslin Center renovation (East Lansing, October, 2017), Phoenix International Raceway (Phoenix, AZ, 2018), Detroit Pistons Locker Room in the LCA (Detroit, MI October, 2017), UNG Convocation Center (Dahlonega, GA, 2018).
Significant projects in design stages include: the Henry Ford Health System Detroit Pistons Performance Center in Detroit; a new soccer stadium in Venice, Italy; renovation of the motorsports stadium at Phoenix Raceway; LeBreton Flats, the $3 billion mixed-use entertainment development in Ottawa, Canada. In 2016, ROSSETTI’s design was unveiled for a $1+ billion new mixed-use MLS stadium, which would propel Detroit’s sports district to become one of the largest in North America. Learn more at: www.rossetti.com.
ABOUT THE MSBC – The Michigan Sport Business Conference was developed by a group of undergraduate students affiliated with both the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and School of Kinesiology’s Sport Management Program. The MSBC is the premier undergraduate-run sport business conference in the United States, and its objective is to inspire creativity and innovation in the sport industry.