Roy Yaoz

Roy Yaoz is CCO at Triple Jump Technologies. Love for technology innovation, Sports and Entertainment is what drives Roy, and is what led to projects with some of the industry leading venue strategists, owners and operators to unlock new and innovative commercial opportunities.

One of the main focus areas for Roy is venue strategy and technology alignment to drive superior fan experience and achieve superior commercial opportunities for venues.

Triple Jump Technologies

Data driven Smart and Connected Venues 

Triple Jump Technologies is a leading provider of data centric, mobility-driven, real time event management platform to venue owners and operators. Our unique and robust technology enables venues to meet the growing demand for personalised and flexible experiences by guests and fans, coupled with the expanding offering of products and services in the venues.

Kōtui Consortium to design and build Canterbury Multi-Use Arena

The Kōtui team has been selected as preferred contractor to deliver the Canterbury Multi-Use Arena (CMUA), a new centrepiece of cultural and sporting pride for the people of Christchurch and the Canterbury region. 

The consortium, called Kōtui, will bring together local and international expertise to design the $473m state-of-the-art arena that will re-establish Canterbury as a premier sporting and events destination in New Zealand.

Eden Park prepares to "Let The Music Play"

It’s the news that Auckland has been waiting for, with SIX60 having announced that they will be the first ever band to play at Eden Park. The country’s largest stadium can finally prepare to “let the music play” following a compelling decision by Independent Commissioners to grant the iconic venue the right to host concerts.

SIX60 have just come off the back of what was literally the biggest tour in the world which frustratingly did not include an Auckland date.

Green light for Brighton & Hove Albion’s stadium expansion plans

Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club has been given the go ahead to expand the capacity of its American Express Community Stadium to 32,500. Plans include permission for a new external fan zone area, including kiosks, external toilets and a giant screen on Station Approach.

The planning application was submitted back in March of 2020, however progress was hampered due to the pandemic. The plans have now been rubber-stamped by Brighton & Hove City Council.

ALSD forms new Technology Division to help members navigate the current Digital Revolution

The Association of Luxury Suite Directors’ Sports Venue Design & Build Forum has created a new technology division to meet the agile needs of its members in 1,300 sports and entertainment venues and affiliates throughout the world. The formation of this group is in direct response to the demand for trustworthy tech insights – a trend even before the COVID-19 pandemic that has greatly accelerated in the past year.

Bill Dorsey, Founder and Chairman of the ALSD, explained:

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