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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…)

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Inside Sponsorship – Paralympics New Zealand – Ian Sargeant – Ep 54 – Feb 18

February 28th, 2018 Posted by

How many of you, who rely so heavily on traditional inventory, things such as signage, uniform branding, home game activations, tickets, and hospitality, would struggle if you could no longer offer them to your sponsors?

 

What about if you are a rights holder who enjoys long and regular periods of sustained awareness and engagement, like an annual twenty plus week season? Would your job be tougher if you couldn’t rely on that high-profile regularity?

 

How would you even approach your job without those things?

 

While they are interesting hypothetical questions for most of you, they are the reality for Ian Sargeant, Commercial Manager at Paralympics New Zealand. In this episode, you’ll learn about how Ian and the organisation deliver a highly successful commercial program, without the plethora of traditional benefits most rights holders boast, as we go inside sponsorship at Paralympics New Zealand.

You can learn more about Paralympics New Zealand, connect with Ian on LinkedIn, or email him directly on isargeant at paralympics.org.nz.

You want more? Lucky that our MD, Mark Thompson, also joins us to discuss a very interesting topic, and not one that is talked about a lot, that being the sponsorship landscape in terms of understanding third-party influencers who could be vital to success.

 

Enjoy.

 

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The Sponsorship Landscape – Understanding 3rd party Influencers is Vital to Success

February 15th, 2018 Posted by

From the outside, the sponsorship landscape looks pretty simple: There are rights holders (those looking for sponsors) and there are brands (those looking to sponsor). Rights holders reach out to brands, they meet, they pitch, and deals are negotiated and eventually done. In reality, the landscape and the process is entirely different and more involved.

For those looking to succeed in this space, understanding 3rd parties, who exert influence on the relationships, and are vital to their success, could be the difference in you being great at your job or not surviving in this  cut-throat industry. (more…)

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Inside Sponsorship – Roberta Vigilance – Event Sponsorship – Episode 52 – January 2018

January 25th, 2018 Posted by

Events, either stand-alone or as part of a rights holder, such as team community days or end of season functions, bring people together where they are highly engaged and usually with really positive attitudes.

For rights holders, there is a finite amount of time to deliver the event and, in turn, deliver for sponsors. There’s not a lot of wriggle room if something goes wrong. Still, for sponsors, events can be highly attractive because of a large gathering of highly engaged people from their target audience.

Whether you are a rights holder or a brand, all of this presents not just a big opportunity, but also a unique set of challenges in executing sponsorship.

Someone who is well placed to discuss the unique challenges, how to navigate them, and enjoy success, is Roberta Vigilance. Since 1997, Roberta, through her event planning company, Vigilance Style & Grace, has consulted and taught how to plan sponsored events and secure sponsors from local through to corporate brands and Roberta joins us on the show to discuss all things event sponsorship.

If you would like to connect with Roberta, you can do so on LinkedIn, Twitter or visit www.eventsandsponsors.com

Mark Thompson, our MD, also joins us to discuss his latest blog – Sponsorship Reporting in a Bad Year – How to Tell a Good Story in Hard Times

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Inside Sponsorship – Aaron Warburton – The Sponsorship Department – Episode 51 – January 2018

January 11th, 2018 Posted by

Whether you are a brand, or a rights holder, you’ve no doubt been in situations where a sponsorship has gotten off on the right foot, and with all the right intentions, but then one, or both, parties have struggled to bring the sponsorship to life and activate it well. (more…)

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Five Things I’ve Learned From The Big Bash League

January 4th, 2018 Posted by

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past month, in Australia at least, you will have heard about the Big Bash League. Australia’s premier T20 Cricket Competition has taken off like a rocket and is now in its seventh season (for the male players). This hugely popular format of an ancient sport (I mean that in a positive way) has been taken to the next level by Cricket Australia and I can’t help but sit back in awe and marvel at some of the learnings we can all take away from the BBL. (more…)

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Inside Sponsorship – Carson McKee – Snapchat – Episode 48 – November 2017

November 24th, 2017 Posted by

“Snapchat isn’t about capturing the traditional Kodak moment. It’s about communicating with the full range of human emotion — not just what appears to be pretty or perfect.” Those are the first words on the Snapchat blog, written by Evan Spiegel, Snapchat CEO and co-founder. That was back in 2012 when Snapchat only worked on iOS devices and users could only send photos.

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The Impact on Sponsorship of Live Sport Gaining Traction on OTT and Social Media

November 15th, 2017 Posted by

The emergence of OTT platforms and the entry of social media streaming for live sport is an exciting technological evolution for sporting teams, governing bodies, fans, spectators and most importantly for me … because it impacts sponsorship! (more…)