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    • Licensing and Merchandising of the
      • Presented by
    • IMG Licensing
      • IMG Licensing provides the expertise, contacts and range of specialised services to help clients capitalise on the commercial potential of a name or image.
      • As the largest independent personality, trademark and event licensing company in the world, IMG Licensing oversees contract negotiations, contract compliance and royalty maintenance for sports personalities, events and federations, as well as corporate trademarks and icons, fashion (brands, designers and models), and entertainment and cultural events. Properties and brands as diverse as Wimbledon, the British Open, Oxford University, Major League Baseball, Rugby World Cup, U.S. Open (Golf) and Playboy in Japan, the Chinese Football Association, The South African Sport Commission, the Sydney Opera House and Microsoft have all relied on IMG for licensing expertise.
    • The SASC Licensing Programme
      • With the change in 1994 came the introduction of King Protea as the national sporting emblem of South Africa.
      • The then National Sports Council and IMG formed a partnership in 1995 and set up the programme which today is know as the SASC Licensing and Merchandising Programme.
      • It was agreed that all sporting federations were to fall under this programme and proceeds from the programme would be ploughed back into development.
      • The Programme allows selected licensees to produce and sell merchandise bearing the logos of the SASC, in return for a royalty fee.
    • The King Protea
      • The King Protea represents the highest achievement in South African Sport. For any athlete it stands for aspiration, drive, determination and reaching your ultimate goal – success and national representation.
      • Not only should the King Protea instil these feelings in athletes but it should also generate similar nostalgia/ patriotism for every South African, thus making it the perfect emblem to market to our sport-crazed nation.
    • The SASC are the Custodians of the following marks:
    • The SASC Licensing Programme’s Visions and Aims
      • The broad vision and aim of the Protea licensing an merchandising programme is twofold:
      • To create an awareness and firmly entrench the Protea as the overriding emblem of sport in South Africa.
      • To piggy-back the escalating popularity of the emblem with a co-ordinated, structured commercial programme that will create a continuous income stream for the SASC.
    • Objectives
      • In order to reach these goals, IMG set out the following objectives:
        • The education of the market and public on the ownership and the value of the Protea.
        • The recruitment of a family of licensees who will do the emblem and SASC proud in the manufacturing of their products, the provision of their services and fulfilment of their business dealing.
        • The structured granting of licensees so that the market is not flooded or over saturated.
        • Instructing Licensees on the correct reproduction of the Protea and SA Cricket and Springbok Logo
        • The adequate protection of the Protea, the SASC and its licensees from all illegitimate operators, through to a copyright and trademark protection policy overseen by a reputable legal firm.
        • The creation of “stamp authenticity” to be granted to all licensees for placement on products to identify the merchandise as official.
        • The timeous and accurate collection of all royalty payments
        • The fostering of goodwill between the SASC and its codes in all licensing related matters.
        • The monitoring of the market and subsequent adaptation of the emblem to meet the market’s needs.
        • IMG’s close working with all SASC partners, departments and regions in achieving goals and objectives.
    • National Federations
          • Aero Club of South Africa
          • All Africa Games *
          • South African Anglers & Casting Confederation
          • Athletics SA
          • Badminton South Africa
          • Basketball South Africa
          • Bowls South Africa
          • Canoeing South Africa
          • Chess South Africa
          • Commonwealth Games Association *
          • Council of Archery Sport
          • Darts South Africa
          • Disability Sport South Africa *
          • Endurance Ride Association of South Africa
          • Rowing South Africa
          • Rugby League
          • Equestrian Association of South Africa
          • Judo South Africa
          • Jukskei South Africa
          • Karate Association of SA
          • Keep Fit International Foundation
          • Kennel Union of South Africa
          • MACCABI South Africa *
          • Martial Arts Authority of South Africa
          • Motorsport South Africa
          • National Olympic Committee of South Africa *
          • Netball South Africa
          • Pool South Africa
          • Professional Golfers Association of SA
          • South African Federation BOCCE
          • South African Figure Skating Association
          • SA Aerobics and Fitness Federation
          • SA National Boxing Control Commission
          • SA National Equestrian Federation
          • SA Sheepshearing Federation.SA Wrestling Federation
          • Snooker and Billiards South Africa
          • Snow Sports South Africa
          • Softball South Africa
          • South African Bridge Federation
          • South African Amateur Fencing Association
          • South African Baseball Union
          • South African Bodyboarding Association
          • South African Bodybuilding Board (SABB)
          • South African Cycling Federation
          • South African Drum Majorette
          • South African Power Boat Association
          • South African Football Association
          • South African Golf Association
          • South African Ladies' Golf Union
          • South African Lifesaving
          • South African Masters Sports Association *
          • South African Modern Biathlon Association
          • South African Modern Pentathlon Association
          • South African National DanceSport Council
          • South African National Scrabble Players Association
          • South African Model Power Boat
          • South African Orienteering Federation
          • South African Polo Association
          • South African Pony Club .South African Tennis Association
          • South African Touch Association
          • Action Korfball South Africa
          • .
          • South African Powerlifting Federation
          • South African Radio Drivers Association Association
          • South African Roller Hockey Federation
          • Roller Sport South Africa
          • South African Rugby Football Union
          • South African Sailing.
          • South African Schwinger Federation
          • South African Shooting Sport Federation
          • South African Sport Hunting Federation
          • South African Student Sports Union (SASSU) *
          • South African Table Tennis Board
          • South African Taekwondo Federation
          • South African Tenniquoits Board
          • South African Tug-of War Federation
          • South African Underwater Union
          • South African Wargames Union
          • South African Water Ski Federation
          • South African Waveski Association
          • South African Weightlifting Federation
          • Squash South Africa
          • Surfing South Africa
          • Swimming South Africa.Tenpin Bowling Association of South Africa
          • The SA National Amateur Boxing Organisation
          • The Sports Trust
          • Transplant Games Association of SA (TGSA) *
          • Triathlon South Africa
          • United Cricket Board of South Africa
          • United School Sports Association of South Africa *
          • Volleyball South Africa
    • Licensees
      • LICENSEE PRODUCT CATEGORY
      • 1) BUYING SERVICES Ceramics
      • 2) COLLIS LICENSING Lapel Pins and Button Badges
      • 3) CRAVATEUR Ties and Scarves
      • 4) DESIGN STATION Stickers and Temporary Tattoos
      • 5) ELZET Woolworths Apparel (Supporter Wear)
      • 6) HEADMASTERS Headwear
      • 7) HEADBANDS AND THINGS Headbands
      • 8) MARCONI COMMUNICATION Telephones (December 2002)
      • 9) MUSGRAVE AGENCIES Supporter Apparel
      • 10) PROMOGEAR Headwear, Flags
      • 11) ROMA MANUFACTURING Ties
      • 12) SNUGGLERS Woolworths Children’s Apparel
        • Licensees of the SASC
    • The SASC Licensing Programme Benefiting All
      • The success of the SASC Licensing Programme is the National Federations gain especially the smaller ones. The SASC assistance is administrative, thus allowing the Federations to utilise their government funding effectively and efficiently.
      • The use of the Protea, which has in the past been spierheaded by the bigger federations such as Rugby, Cricket and Soccer has helped solidify the the identity of South Africa in the international arena and bring South Africa together under one emblem.
      • The Federations are encouraged to utilise the licensees of the SASC Licensing programme to manufacture their products when the need arises, in doing so the Federations are given preferential rates.