Posts tagged " managing "

5 Trends in Sponsorship That We’re Not Talking About

January 16th, 2019 Posted by

Over the next few months, we’re going to begin seeing a range of Trends in Sponsorship reports bouncing around. For the most part, these are great if we pay attention to what is being said and implement changes relevant to ourselves. We also know, however, that plenty of us just read the report and then either delete it or save it in a ‘Research’ folder somewhere.

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The next generation of sponsorship deals

December 17th, 2018 Posted by

How we buy and sell sponsorship is changing and we’ve been talking about it for a while now.

What we’ve haven’t spent a lot of time on is what the financial aspect of these deals will start to look like. As an industry, we’ve come to automatically accept a traditional way of financial modelling around sponsorship deals where a brand pays a fixed fee and the rights holder gives them access to a suite of benefits. If it’s a top-tier sporting team, event, or attraction, then it is highly likely there is a standardised bonus scheme for the rights holder if certain milestones are reached.

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How to Handle a Sponsorship Break-up

November 20th, 2018 Posted by

For various reasons, commercial partnerships end from time to time. What happens, however, when a break-up occurs mid-season or you are notified with a full year to go that a sponsor won’t be renewing? (more…)

Dissecting Keys Points From PwC’s 2018 Sports Survey

October 26th, 2018 Posted by

Like many around the world, when I started to see PwC’s 2018 Sports Survey across my LinkedIn feed, I followed the prompts and downloaded it to take a look. In its third edition, PwC’s Sports Survey collected the views of 470 sport industry leaders on a wide variety of trends that are prevalent in today’s market.

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4 Lessons For Brands When Negotiating Sport Sponsorships

August 29th, 2018 Posted by

Thinking about dipping your toe in the water of a sports-based sponsorship? Or maybe your entire leg? Or perhaps you’re already so up to your neck in a sponsorship that you’re almost part of the rights holder! (more…)

Why You Should Focus on Sponsorship Measurement Accountability

August 1st, 2018 Posted by

I read a report last week which was released by the Association of National Advertisers and the Marketing Accountability Standards Board titled Improving Sponsorship Accountability Metrics.

Based on the North American market, the study outlines the key factors surrounding the sponsorship industry and success measures that brands have in place to assess their partnerships. (more…)

Inside Sponsorship – Patrick Bradley – Supanova Comic-Con & Gaming Expo – Ep 59

July 18th, 2018 Posted by

Supanova Comic-Con & Gaming Expo has been the welcoming home of Australia’s pop culture fandom since 2000; a place where fans inspired by imaginary worlds emanating from comics, sci-fi, fantasy, anime, gaming, nostalgia, and literature have been able to come together to celebrate. A place to rejoice in cosplay and also a place to express their inner geek and their inner child.

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Inside Sponsorship – James Parkinson – Brentford FC – Ep 58

June 21st, 2018 Posted by

Having been formed in since 1889, 129 years ago, Brentford FC endured a nomadic existence, playing at five different home grounds before, in 1904, settling in at Griffin Park. And, that’s where they’ve played for the past 114 years! (more…)

Inside Sponsorship – Jackie Fast – Pinpoint – Ep 56 – Apr 18

April 24th, 2018 Posted by

A lot of people think sponsorship is a complex beast; that it is a hard job. Not Jackie Fast who founded Slingshot Sponsorship in 2010, from her apartment, with only a laptop, basically because no one would give her a job in sponsorship. (more…)

The Keys To Using Talent in Sponsorship

April 10th, 2018 Posted by

I was lucky enough to be invited to a lunch by our friends at Sports Recruitment International recently. It was a roundtable discussion of 20 CEOs within the sports industry on the business of sport.

There were many interesting things which were discussed such as fan engagement, athlete engagement, EBA’s, and broadcast. The discussion then moved to commercial and sponsorship; as is natural when talking about the business of sport. (more…)