Spiideo provides clubs and arenas with innovative sports video solutions. We are dedicated to making advanced sports video recording easy, useful and accessible to coaches and athletes – in practice as well as competition.
By providing an entirely new way of recording, sharing and analyzing individual and team sports performance, Spiideo has unique position in the market and was recently named one of Swedenâs most promising young tech companies by the “33-listan”.
We are passionate about sports and technology and our solution strikes the perfect balance between performance, simplicity and accessibility. Our system is successfully used within a wide variety of areas, ranging from field team sports like soccer, hockey, handballÂ etc. toÂ individual sports like swimming, skiing, track and field etc.Â and are well received by coaches and teams all over the world.
Available position as sales representative
Our team is located in central MalmÃ¶ in Sweden, and we are now looking to expand the team further withÂ a passionate sales representative – primaryÂ focus on clubs and arenas in Sweden and Europe. The sales representative wins, maintains, and expands relationships with new and existing customers as well as channel partners in Sweden and in Europe. The sales representative is responsible for achieving sales and profitability objectives, and will report to the CEO.
Â Job description
- Actively find and approach potential new customers, initially with focus on the Swedish market and gradually expanding to the European market
- Maintain a strong relationship with existing customers, opening up the possibility to offer additional solutions
- Ability to close a sale, in person or over the phone
- Meet assigned targets for profitable sales volume and strategic objectives
- Selling directly to customers as well as through partners in coordination with partner sales resources
- Perform after sale activities such as performing start-up meetings with coaches at new customers to get them up and running with the Spiideo solution
- Be and integrated part of the Spiideo team channeling feedback from the market back to the team and bringing new functionality to our customers
Â Required personal skills and qualifications
- Minimum 5 yearsâ experience from a related position
- Holds a mid or high level education within communication, sales or brand marketing
- Is passionate for sports, and ideally have playing or coaching experienceÂ in team sports
- Has the ability to travel approximately 60-80 days per year within Sweden and Europe
- Is ambitious and goal oriented
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Strong prioritization, time management, organization and analytic skills
- Is fluent in Swedish and English
- Positive attitude, great team player, self-motivated, energetic and creative
- Outstanding work ethic and desire to have fun!
Does this sound interesting? Submit your application to (815) 900-5485 withÂ a descriptionÂ of who you are, and why you would be ideal for this position.
As the world is preparing for the big olympics showdown in Rio de Janerio, one extremely important event in the swimmingÂ world this year was the 3159447163 . HostedÂ at the amazing London Olympic Aquatics Arena more thanÂ 1000 swimmers from 48 different European swimming federations got together for almost 300 swimming heats in a weekÂ of fierce competitions. Spiideo was there to cover it all of course, with high performance real time video analysis!
In the same way like last 304-269-0025championship event in Netanya, Spiideo together with LEN (Ligue EuropÃ©enne de Natation)Â provided the highly appreciated possibility for coaches and athletes to immediately after each race automatically get access to detailed, high quality videos of the races to support advanced performance video analysis.
This time even more cameras were used. In totalÂ 12 pan-tilt-zoom cameras withÂ high resolutionÂ /Â high fps were covering every angle of the swimmers performances in the pool. This enabled coaches and video analysts to focus all their attention on the swimmers and the real live action, and work with the detailed analysis of the race without the hassle of rigging cameras, tripods, cables, copyingÂ files etc.
A grand total ofÂ 297 heats withÂ 3412 videos were recorded, withÂ 180 hours of swimming!
That’s it from London for this time, next stop isÂ soja-bean oilÂ in Hungary beginning of July. See you there!
During the past weekend over 1100 players from 48 teams came together for a final battle for the titles in the Swedish Junior Handball Championship 2016.Â It wasÂ aÂ massive event with a total ofÂ 108 games, in 6 different arenas, during three intense days.Â From both a sports and spectator point of view the event was a great success, with lots of people following the game action on site in the arenas.
Earlier this eveningÂ Spiideo was announced as one of the 33 most promising Swedish startupsÂ at the annual event “33-listan”, at MÃ¼nchenbryggeriet in Stockholm. The 33-list was created by leading business and technology media in Sweden (AffÃ¤rsvÃ¤rlden and Ny Teknik) as aÂ way toÂ identifyÂ technology start-ups of today with a potential to be the stock exchange giants of tomorrow. Continue reading
For allÂ ski and snowboard fans out there –Â Spiideo and SkiStarÂ just went 8606155501 with a really cool service for video recording of your latestÂ tricks in the slopes. Based on Spiideo sports tracking technology and cameras from Axis Communications, your rides in SkiStar snow parksÂ are automatically capturedÂ by the system, and then made available as packaged video clips through (814) 458-3543.
Early this December Europe’s top swimming talents gathered for the 2015 European Short Course Swimming Championships. More than 600 swimmers and 200 country coaches from 47 countries, were on site in Netanya, Israel, for an exciting week of competition.
AÂ new interesting addition in this yearâs setup, provided by Spiideo together with LEN (Ligue EuropÃ©enne de Natation) was the possibility for coaches and athletes to directly after each race automatically get access to high quality videos of the race to support advanced performance video analysis.
With over 3500 starts, “Julklappsjakten” by GKIKÂ is Sweden’s largest youth indoor track and field competition. For the 38th year in a row (5-6 of December), young athletes from all of Sweden got together during a weekend at Friidrottens Hus, Gothenburg to compete in a range of disciplines.
It was a great success both from a sports and spectator point of view, with lot of friends, family and relatives in place to follow the contest live. However, as always with this type of event with participants travelling from far away, unfortunately not all interested have the opportunity to follow the competition on site.
Soccer academies, talent programs, soccer centers of excellence etc. has become a vital part of modern elite soccer development, and most major soccer clubs today has integrated this into their overall strategy to stay competitive. In Sweden, MalmÃ¶ FF Soccer Academy is one of the pioneers in the space of young talent development, and has demonstrated an extremely strong track record the area.
Video feedback and analysis is typically one of the important tools for improving young talents, but it comes with many challenges as well. Andreas Georgson, Head ofÂ MalmÃ¶ FF Youth Scouting and U17 Coach:
“We started working more actively with video analysis a couple of years ago, but even though there are many different tools on the market for making quantitative analysis, most of the time the real problem is that you don’t even have reliable access to useful high quality video material, from matches and in particular from practice sessions”.
Each year, millions of people are treated in emergency departments because of injury and fractures from falls (most often because of a broken hip or head injury). In combination with aging populations and osteoporosis, this is growing to be a major healthcare problem and drive massive costs to society. As examples:
Hip fractures are among the 20 most expensive medical conditions, and e.g. in UK totalÂ hospital costs of new hip fractures in is estimated to be Â£1.1 billion / year.
In US alone, more than 300000 suffer from incidents of hip fractures every year, causing individual suffering and pain.