After coming to a screeching halt back in March, the sports and live events industry is slowly coming back to life; Hard Rock Stadium and other venues are hosting socially distanced events like [...]
We briefly touched on it in the last episode of the Inside Sponsorship podcast, however, there is going to come a point whereby strategy and planning needs to be allowed to pivot back to normal -[...]
I am biased when I say this, however, something I have always said is that I see sponsorship professionals as the most dynamic, multi-purpose, people within any organisation. Why?
Brand ambassador, player appearance, behind the scene’s access…whatever you want to call it, can be such an invaluable benefit or ‘string in your bow’ for both a rights holder or brand. Only if[...]
IP owners now have more control of their content, and therefore the conversation, in ways never seen before. It’s not just with their existing owned audiences but, potentially, borrowed audiences[...]
Having worked as a right’s holder for more than five years, I had my fair share of different commercial partners with wide ranging communication styles and expectations. Now that I sit in a[...]
Each year, as observed by their extensive industry reach and knowledge, Nielsen Sports release a paper titled Commercial Trends in Sport.