Founder/CEO, NBA Agent of Record
|Sam Cipriano, esq.
Player Relations Director
Area Manager, Spain
Area Manager, Greece-Turkey
Area Manager, Belgium-Germany
Area Manager, Latin-South America
"One dimensional agents have become obsolete. The future of athlete representation offers a unique, full-service management approach to enhance value on and off the court."
Keith J. Kreiter is the President/CEO of Edge Sports International, Inc. (Edge). In 1994, Kreiter launched Edge, a full-service management, marketing and consulting firm specializing in sports and entertainment. Named "one of the hottest agents in the country," by the Chicago Tribune, Kreiter's management style is recognized as the future of agentry.
Kreiter is a registered contract advisor with the National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) and recognized by the Federation of International Basketball Association (FIBA). Edge represents more than 70 basketball players and coaches in 30 countries around the globe.
Some of the top names in sports and entertainment who Kreiter has advised include Robert Sacre, Los Angeles Lakers; Richaun Holmes, Philadelphia 76ers; Rafer Alston, 11 year NBA veteran; Kendall Gill, 14 year NBA veteran; Ime Udoka, Sacramento Kings forward; Brian Butch, former first team All Big 10 selection; Maciej Lampe, 2003 NY Knicks draft pick and current Maccabi Tel-Aviv center; John Salley, three-time NBA World Champion; Arthur Agee, co-star of the documentary "Hoop Dreams;" Joe Nathan, MLB All Star for the Minnesota Twins; Garrett Jones, 2009 Rookie of the Year nominee Pittsburgh Pirates' OF; Randy Moss, NFL All-Pro Wide Receiver; Jimmy Shea, 2002 Winter Olympian Gold Medalist; and George Weah, the "Michael Jordan of Soccer" and 1995 FIFA World Player of the Year.
Edge's unique management approach has been covered by the national media including the New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal (cover story on Edge client Maciej Lampe's plight to the NBA), Chicago Tribune, Street & Smith's Sports Business Journal, Sporting News, London based Sport Business, NPR News, and ESPN.
Kreiter is a graduate of the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. Keith, his wife Julie and their twins Jori and Ryan reside in Northbrook, IL.