World Cup and Olympics: You Too Can Be a Winner, by Alexandre Techima

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Alexandre Techima, Planning and Coordination Director of the Organizing Committee for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, gives an overview of the city's candidacy to host the Olympic Games and the opportunities for language service providers that opened up with the win in Switzerland.

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  • Hosting the 2007 Pan American Games was a great success for Rio. We learned many lessons about providing transport services for a major event. We will take these lessons and apply them to the Rio 2016 Games . Here are some of the successful projects from Pan Am Games. We plan on enhancing them for the Games: First, the Pan Am Lane network. This system consistently provided efficient travel times between venues. It was consistently praised by all the citizens of Rio. Second, the partnerships. All three levels of Government worked closely with the Organizing Committee to deliver the best possible transport Third, the testing of no-car access for spectators, a situation that greatly alleviated traffic. And fourth, providing the Pan Am family transport at the IOC standards.             Obviously, the Olympic and Paralympic Games present a different challenge. The Olympic scale is three times larger and we realize the enormity of delivering a successful plan. Hence, we are working on the following improvements and plans:   Significant investments in Public Transport and road infrastructure, as well as Rio’s International Airport Noteworthy accessibility improvements in the public transport system as well as in the city in general; and A massive task in planning and delivering Games Family Transport We will be performing all of the above with tight integration and coordination among all stakeholders and transport partners.
  • World Cup and Olympics: You Too Can Be a Winner, by Alexandre Techima

    1. 1. Think Latin America - RIO2016 Búzios, Apr 7 th 2010
    2. 2. The Result and the Games Pathway to the Olympics Communication
    3. 3. The Result and the Games
    4. 5. Click to play
    5. 13. 28 Sports 205 Countries 302 Events
    6. 14. New permanent constructed area: 2.7 million m 2 Temporary area: 0.8 million m 2
    7. 15. Operational Budget = USD 2.8 billion
    8. 16. Capex Budget = USD 11 billion
    9. 17. On site Spectators: 9 million Athletes and Officials: 25,000 Contractors and Volunteers: 120,000 Media: +30,000
    10. 18. Olympic Games Experience SPORT CITY CEREMONIES CULTURE TORCH VISION OBJECTIVES GAMES ORGANISATION LIFECYCLE SERVICES, FACILITIES OPERATIONS ORGANISERS, IOC STAKEHOLDERS ATHLETES NATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEES INTERNATIONAL FEDERATIONS BROADCASTERS AND PRESS WORKFORCE GENERAL PUBLIC HOST COMMUNITY SPECTATORS MARKETING PARTNERS INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE
    11. 19. Athletes: 1984 / 2008  60% (7.000 to 11.000) Media: 1984 / 2008  165% (9.000 to 25.000)
    12. 20. Rights Revenues: 1984 / 2008  507% (USD 285m to USD 1.730m)
    13. 21. Beijing 2008 4.8 billion spectators
    14. 22. Cumulative Audience Olympic Games: 36 billion FIFA World Cup: 26 billion Source:IOC/2005 / FIFA/2006
    15. 23. Perm. USD 538 M + Temp. 101 M
    16. 24. USD 237 M
    17. 25. Perm: USD 427M + Temp: 139 M
    18. 26. USD 5.1 Bi Transports
    19. 27. USD 485 M Technology for the Games
    20. 28. Ceremonies, Culture and Promotion: USD 532 M
    21. 29. Games Services and Administration: USD 1.8 billion
    22. 30. The Pathway to the Olympics
    23. 31. Bid Phases Jan 2008 Jun 2008 Feb 2009 Apr 2009 Jun 2009 Oct 2009 Sep 2007 Phase 1 Phase 2 Perception Candidature File Evaluation Visit Lausanne Copenhagen
    24. 32. Bid History 2 nd Phase: Pan-Am Experience and Feasibility Threshold
    25. 34. Bid History 1 st Phase: Grades Comparison Not approved Not approved Not approved Threshold
    26. 35. Challenges <ul><li>2014 World Cup Financing </li></ul>Transport, Accommodation and Security Infrastructure Challenges Credibility Opportunities A new continent Strong Political Support Transformation Preference
    27. 36. Candidature Pillars Technical Excellence in all areas Unique Experience for all constituents Transformation of a city and a nation
    28. 37. OCOG Budget IOC 31% Private 45% Government 24% TOTAL = USD 2.8 BILLION US$ 1 = R$ 2.00
    29. 38. Infrastructure Budget In progress 34% Planned 35% Additional 27% Operation 5% TOTAL = USD 11.6 BILLION US$ 1 = R$ 2.00
    30. 40. Games Impact (1) USD billion 2008 Phase Period GID USD billion (1) Salary Mass USD billion (1) Employment additional direct and indirect (annual av.) Games Hosting (GH) (2009 - 2016) 11.0 4.4 120,833 Post Games (PG) (2017 - 2027) 13.5 5.4 130,970 Investment (2009 - 2016) 12.0
    31. 45. Communication
    32. 46. Test Event: Simulation
    33. 47. <ul><ul><li>Copacabana </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Palace </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Presentation </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Room </li></ul></ul>
    34. 48. <ul><ul><li>Support Room </li></ul></ul>
    35. 49. <ul><ul><li>Control Room </li></ul></ul>
    36. 50. <ul><ul><li>Official Dinner </li></ul></ul>
    37. 55. <ul><ul><li>Lausanne </li></ul></ul>
    38. 57. (ATR) Rio de Janeiro struck a chord with IOC members when it displayed a map of the world and highlighted past Olympic host cities.
    39. 62. 2016 Results Bidding City Round 1st 2nd 3rd Rio 26 46 66 Madrid 28 29 32 Tokyo 22 20 - Chicago 18 - - Total 94 95 98
    40. 63. Seoul Barcelona Beijing Rio
    41. 64. Click to play
    42. 65. Thanks Alexandre Techima

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