For the past two weeks, we have witnessed 32 nations competing for the world cup. Underdogs have been laid low and the top dogs have also been shown the doorway. It’s quite thrilling but while you get absorbed in the World cup fever, I want you to get caught up in the business fever. One of the most relaxing ways to learn is by observation.

Prior to the World cup, the Russian capital expected up to 1 million fans from different countries during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia while 163,000 people can be accommodated at the same time in the capital. The  Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow can hold around 80,000 spectators at a time.

However, Moscow has a present a population of 12.3 million due to the ongoing football tournaments.  These are people from diverse countries and cultures.

Here are few things you should learn from this unifying global event. Its a time to get thrilled but it is also a time to get paychecks.

The hospitality sector is a faithful friend within this period -Providing the comfortable accommodation, lodging service and mouth-watering meals.

Media and entertainment are open to football viewing, analysis, and news.

The fashion industry is busy churning out Jerseys with different national colours and names of favourite players.

Transportation services are greatly needeed, no one wangts to walk through a journey that will be energy-sapping.

This rave does not apply to Russia alone because when the screams of ‘GOOOOAAAL rents the air.’ The entire world unifies as a whole. You might want to argue that the World Cup is seasonal but Sports has built a market, you might want to take a second look to identify your next business gig or opportunity in it.

What business opportunity or gig has the World Cup created for you? Let us hear from you in the comment section. 

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