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There are 680 days to go to kick off to 2010 World Cup
Government has declared the 2010 tournament a protected event , on the condition that the Organising Committee will make opportunities available for South African businesses – in particular, those from previously disadvantaged communities.
The Organising Committee has agreed to procure 30% of the products and services it needs from small businesses and BEE companies.
70% of the procurement allocated to BEE companies and small businesses must be allocated to smaller black enterprises – especially to co-operatives with a large number of female members, and small businesses of which women are key stakeholders.
Projections Official Partners Fifa World Cup Sponsors Exclusive Marketing Rights: National Supporters
Non-commercial third party viewing areas, such as pubs, that generally screen sport as part of their offering to patrons, will be permitted to operate as long as they adhere to simple guidelines. They may not use official Fifa logos or charge entry fees.
They must show the matches live (i.e. with no delays or replays). As long as the venue is licensed correctly, a free license to show the matches will be automatically granted.
Where a commercial viewing area is staged, all entry fees will have to be donated to Fifa’s 2010 social responsibility programme.
Co-promotions with FIFA sponsors are possible, but the third party cannot be a competitor of any World Cup sponsor, they cannot be directly associated with the mark, and the sponsor always needs to retain primary of exposure / be the “hero” of the promotion