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Sponsorship as a communication tool presented by Octagon at Vega Tools Day in Johannesburg

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    1. 1. Vega Tools Day 1Presented 2 August 2013 Sponsorship as a communications tool
    2. 2. 17 1. Sponsorship is more than SIGNAGE 2. Sponsorships MUST be linked to business and brand objectives 3. Sponsorships are AN INVESTMENT thus MEASURE MEASURE MEASURE 3 Key Takeouts From Today @OctagonSA @JudithMugeniwww.octagonsa.com
    3. 3. Sponsorship plays a different role to advertising – "If advertising waves at its target audience, then sponsorship has the ability to get close enough to shake them by the hand…"
    4. 4. “Sponsorship is a mutually advantageous business relationship between parties in which the sponsor provides benefits for the sponsored in exchange for a result that can be measured against pre-defined objectives.” Source: David Ross Sponsorship Defined
    5. 5. Sponsorship Assets  sponsor pays the property and in return receives specific rights and benefits, often referred to as sponsorship assets Leveraging  The amount sponsors spend over and above the sponsorship fee to maximize the return on their investment in the sponsorship property Sponsorship/Rights fees  The dollar amount a sponsor gives to an event. Basic Sponsorship Terms
    6. 6. FIFA WORLD CUP 2010 Sponsorship Landscape The sponsors … $350m $65m $20m Different Rights Holders Structure Their Sponsorships Differently
    7. 7. Examples of models: IOC Sponsors World Wide Top Partners Other Commercial Programmes Suppliers Ticketing Program Licensing Different Rights Holders Structure Their Sponsorships Differently
    8. 8. Sponsorship Assets: Ambush Marketing Dilemma
    9. 9. Sports sponsorship: major sporting events, teams, individuals. Broadcast Sponsorship: Television and radio programme sponsorship. Arts and Culture sponsorships such as arts events or organizations Venue sponsorships Recent! Digital sponsorships … Different TYPES of sponsorship
    10. 10. R4,596,000,000+ BMI Estimated Direct spend on Sports $53,300,000,000 IEG Forecasted global spending … Sponsorship is BIG Business
    11. 11. platform Globally TWSM 2012 Year on year, Sports are the most sponsored
    12. 12. Spend Ranking Globally SA 1 Soccer Soccer 2 Golf Rugby 3 Rugby Cricket TWSM 2012 BMI Sport Info 2012 With Football as the number 1 most sponsored sport globally and in SA
    13. 13. Brand Awareness Moving TM towards positive behaviour Stakeholder Interaction WHY? SPONSORSHIP PUTS BRANDS IN A SPECIAL PLACE to meet brand and business objectives…
    14. 14. Through Maximising Visibility: logo sightings, brand name mentions through TV, Print, Radio, Online etc Maximised Exposure leads to increased Awareness and Association levels of sponsorship Measure: Event attendance, Media reach, Media exposure valuation (logo, name, mentions), Website visits 1. Build Brand Awareness
    15. 15. Barclays Global and Africa Presence How does a GLOBAL brand like this reach its Target Markets Effectivel y and Efficiently Basic Sponsorship Terms
    16. 16. Barclays Premier League naming rights £120 Million over 3 years since 2001 By putting a huge investment behind Sponsoring a property that is loved around the world
    17. 17. 17 Some 87% of overall respondents in Europe rank the Barclays Premier League as the football competition they follow most closely. In Asia and the Middle East, 90% of overall respondents rank the Barclays Premier League as the football competition they follow most closely. In Africa 88% of overall respondents rank the Barclays Premier League as the football competition they follow most closely. Source: The sponsorship gives Barclays domestic and international exposure, with the Premier League followed by millions of fans worldwide.
    18. 18. Its MORE than Awareness… Sponsorshi p is WHERE WE find CONSUMERS at their MOST PASSIONATE
    19. 19. It is BORROWED EQUITY
    20. 20. Where the brand Seeks a RUB OFF Effect
    21. 21. Achieving desired product, brand and image effects and outcomes Impact includes increase in Awareness|Positive Perception of brand |Positive behaviour (Usage: Trial, Loyalty, Reinforcement) Measure: Consumer reach (brand recall, brand perception, intent to purchase, sales, Lead generation) 2. Moving Target Market towards positive behaviour
    22. 22. It is INTERACTIVE It is where RELATIONSHI PS ARE BUILT
    23. 23. Community|client perceptions, HR objectives, Other Stakeholders, Client entertainment through Hospitality Impact includes increase in Awareness, Positive Perception of brand, positive behaviour (Usage: trial, loyalty, reinforcement) Measure: Employee satisfaction levels, feedback from hospitality guests, Community Impact 3. Improve Relationships with Key Stakeholders: Corporate objectives
    24. 24. Depth of sponsorship linked with social responsibility
    25. 25. Depth of sponsorship linked with social responsibility Depth of sponsorship linked with social responsibility
    26. 26. 17 Barcelona and Boca Juniors, both have UNICEF on their shirts Depth of sponsorship linked with social responsibility
    27. 27. 17 Football Yona Ke Yona : development through the inclusion of professional and amateur teams. Golf: The Nedbank Affinity Cup- donates an amount equal to the Affinity Cup winner’s prize money Comrades Marathon: The Comrades Marathon Home from Home Programme donated 50 000 to house runners who could not afford their own accommodation at the race Depth of sponsorship linked with social responsibility
    28. 28.    Federations Leagues Teams Players Tournaments            Development/ Grassroots     Within Football rights and assets are divided into distinct segments and leveraged differently by different brands
    29. 29. • Event/Individual Sponsor – Pepsi Team – AFCON & CAF events sponsor • Event sponsor – FIFA Partner – UEFA European Championships – UK Coca cola championship (Contract ending in 2010) PEPSI VS COKE Football sponsorship: Who comes out as the winner... Pepsi tends to use “Team Pepsi” in marketing campaigns
    30. 30. Brand Awareness and Association
    31. 31. Real Madrid – Emirates $40 Million per year Brand Awareness and Association
    32. 32. Barcelona - Qatar Airways $38 Million per year Brand Awareness and Association
    33. 33. Liverpool - Standard Chartered $33 Million per year Brand Awareness and Association
    34. 34. Bayern Munich - Deutsche Telekom $37 Million per year Brand Awareness and Association
    35. 35. Manchester United - Chevrolet $80 Million per year Brand and Product Linkage
    36. 36. Brand and Product Linkage
    37. 37. Brand and Product Linkage
    38. 38. Brand and Product Linkage
    39. 39. Brand and Product Linkage
    40. 40. Brand and Product Linkage
    41. 41. Etihad Stadium £400 Million over 10 years Venue Sponsorship: Brand Awareness
    42. 42. The Emirates Stadium £150 Million over 5 years Venue Sponsorship: Brand Awareness
    43. 43. Allianz Arena $300 Million over 20 years Venue Sponsorship: Brand Awareness
    44. 44. Premier League TV Rights: Worth £3 Billion between 2013 and 2016 Broadcast sponsorship is a lucrative investment
    45. 45. How I Met Your Mother Red Bull
    46. 46. Big Bang Theory Snickers
    47. 47. Master Chef Robertson
    48. 48. Sensation – Samsung R10 Million Arts, Culture and Entertainment Sponsorship
    49. 49. South African Music Awards - MTN R15 Million
    50. 50. Rocking The Daisies – Carling
    51. 51. 17 KEY MARKET ACTIVATION PUBLIC RELATIONS B2B SOCIAL MEDIA CLASSICAL ADVERTISING ON-LINE COMMUNICATION B2C INTERNAL MARKKETING It’s more than signage…more than a channel. Sponsorship delivers content we can leverage across multiple channels.
    52. 52. 17 Turkish Airline Commercial: Manchester United
    53. 53. 17 NY City Marathon Case Study using a 360 degrees Leveraging Approach
    54. 54. 17 Ask WHAT added benefits Did I as a sponsor BRING to the FAN BRANDS must be seen to be BRINGING something to the sponsored PROPERTY WITHOUT us sponsoring this event you would not be getting the following VALUE added Benefits....... MEASURE MEASURE MEASURE Return ON Objectives Football Best PracticeSponsorship Best Practice
    55. 55. 17 1. Sponsorship is more than SIGNAGE 2. Sponsorships MUST be linked to business and brand objectives 3. Sponsorships are AN INVESTMENT thus MEASURE MEASURE MEASURE 3 Key Takeouts From Today @OctagonSA @JudithMugeni
    56. 56. 17 Thank You 56

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