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5 Takeaways From BOSS 2019

Posted by Sam Irvine On April 10, 2019

Recently, I was lucky enough to attend the Business of Sport Summit (BOSS) in Sydney Australia which included the privilege of sitting on a panel to discuss fan engagement with some industry[...]

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Where should the money go; in the sponsorship deal or in the leverage?

Posted by Daniel Oyston On March 13, 2019

“Do we need to spend over-and-above our sponsorship fee to maximise the deal’s return?”

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The Increasing Importance of B.I. in Sports and Entertainment

Posted by Daniel Oyston On February 15, 2019

Sponsorship reporting is nothing new. It has been around since the dawn of sponsorship itself, however, as we know (and have spoken about in this blog before), it has become a lot more purposeful[...]

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5 Trends in Sponsorship That We’re Not Talking About

Posted by Daniel Oyston On January 16, 2019

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[...]

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How to Handle a Sponsorship Break-up

Posted by Daniel Oyston On November 20, 2018

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[...]

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The Common Philosophies Which Align Sponsorship and Fundraising for Sport

Posted by Daniel Oyston On September 25, 2018

I am a life-long sports administrator; having worked in sports marketing and sponsorship for more than 20 years. The skills I have developed through that period are sometimes unique to sport and[...]

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Why You Should Focus on Sponsorship Measurement Accountability

Posted by Daniel Oyston On July 31, 2018

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[...]

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Why working with your charity partners has become more than just a donation

Posted by Daniel Oyston On May 09, 2018

Charity partnerships used to be symbolized by a special game-day or event where your chosen partner was permitted to walk around with some donation buckets or raffle tickets to sell and spruik[...]

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Dear Sam, this is why sponsorship and memberships are a marriage made in heaven

Posted by Daniel Oyston On March 14, 2018

In this ongoing series, Sam Irvine, SponServe’s Territory Manager, Australia and New Zealand, ponders his past life as a commercial manager at a rights holder and what he wishes he knew. Then, he[...]

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