Evaluating and determining whether a rights holder can provide a good opportunity, in line with an approved marketing spend, is arguably one of the biggest pain points brands face in today’s[...]
Sponsorship measurement is not something new. It has been part of the industry for years and led by pioneers such as Repucom, Kantar, and a number of larger agencies, all trying to find ways of[...]
Sponsorship, as a part of broader marketing strategy, is becoming increasingly effective as a method of reaching specific and targeted audiences than ever before.
As a function, it provides[...]
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[...]
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.
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[...]
When I was a sponsorship manager, sometimes I would sit at my desk ready to prepare our recap documents for our sponsors, who had just endured, with me and my organisation, a series of poor[...]
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[...]