Athlete Talk 2020
Again this year, Athlete Talk will present two interesting athletes who will open up and talk about their career dreams, how they work with sponsors and not least the use of content & social media channels.
Athlete Talk is an informal and direct talk with two athletes. We get to know them and can better understand how they can be developed as an commercial asset. The purpose is that we as sponsors and rights holders better understand an athlete's mindset, motives and what drives them.
Athletes are increasingly developing in to micro-brands, which are gaining greater and greater commercial impact, for their club, federations and, not least, sponsors. That's what Athlete Talk is all about.
We are pleased to announce Peter Rosenmeier as the first of two athletes joining the Athlete Talk session (this session will be in Danish) at the SPOT:ON Activation 2020. The second athlete will be announced shortly.
Peter Rosenmeier, (36), Table Tennis Player, Danish National Team
Peter has been World and Paralympic Champion in his class (M6). Peter is disabled, missing half of his right arm, having three fingers on his left arm, missing half of his right leg and 4 cm of left femur.
He has participated in the Paralympic Games four times: 2004 in Athens, where he won bronze, 2008 in Beijing, where he won gold, 2012 in London, where he again won bronze, and 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, where he won gold.
Peter has been to the World Cup final four times, and he has won twice, most recently in 2018.
Vicky Dose, (25 år), Copenhagen Flames eSport
CS:GO player with high skills and a winning attitude.
Vicky Dose is a professional Counter-Strike player who has defied the odds by working part-time as a sales assistant while competing at the highest level of female Counter-Strike.
In 2019 she joined Copenhagen Flames as a semi-pro player and went on to win Girl Gamer Festival in Madrid as well as booking a trip to the finals in Dubai, where her team, Assassins won the whole event.
In 2018 she was part of Squared Prospect who took 2nd place at the Intel Challenge in Katowice.
She recently rejoined Copenhagen Flames as captain and in-game leader of their new team which will be made up of the most promising young female talents in Denmark.