No need to panic Ravens fans, Steve Bisciotti is not selling the team and heading to California.
He is going to the University of South Carolina this Thursday to be the guest lecturer at the Thomas H. Regan Executive Sports Seminar. The lecture titled, “My Life and the NFL,” is free and open to the public.
Bisciotti’s personal story is one that business students at USC should find fascinating. At 48, he is the second-youngest owner in the NFL. He purchased the Ravens franchise in 2004, 21 years after co-founding Aerotek, a staffing agency for aerospace and technology companies that produced $1.5 million in sales in its first year. The company later became Allegis Group and is the third-largest staffing firm in the United States. Based in Baltimore, the company has offices throughout the United States, Canada and Europe with more than 6,000 employees and 65,000 high-end contract workers.