EM SUMMIT 2012MICROSESSIONSPONSORSHIP DEALSINCREASING REACH
THE NEXTSPONSORSHIPRENEWAL
MATT PENSINGERSVP, MANAGINGDIRECTOR     Global Brand Experience Agency
6 THOUGHTS IN 20MINUTES
6 THOUGHTS:#1: SPONSORSHIP GUT CHECK#2: ACTIVATION RATIO#3: FIT / IMPACT MODEL#4: TERM SHEET REVIEW#5: STANDARD TRAP REVIE...
#1: WHY?   Addresses a business problem?                      NO? Then, ???                YES? Advance to next           ...
VS.
OLD THINK  AWARENESSNEW THINK  ADVOCACY
#2: ACTIVATIONRATIO
#2: ACTIVATION RATIOWHAT YOU DO DRIVES THE VALUE• Analyze total budget spend to activate  partnership – and forecast reali...
#3: FIT / IMPACT
#3: FIT / IMPACTBRAND ALIGNMENT IS KEY FACTOR• Fit dimensions   – Fits our strategy – strategically sound     (addresses b...
#3: FIT / IMPACTBUSINESS DRIVERS FOR RESULTS• Impact dimensions   – Reach      • Attendance / qualified audience      • Ra...
FITBenefit:Cost ratio = 1:1                                 IMPACT
#4: TERM SHEETREVIEW
#4: TERM SHEET REVIEWASSESS PERFORMANCE OF CONTRACT• Rank the importance of each asset for  your business today• Rank how ...
#5: STANDARDTRAP REVIEW
#5: STANDARD TRAP REVIEWDON’T PAY FOR WHAT YOU CAN’T LEVERAGE• Category Exclusivity• Playoff clauses• Annual fee escalator...
#6: DIRECT SALES
#6: DIRECT SALESLEAVE NO BUSINESS ON THE TABLE• Can your product/service be utilized by  property for its own business?• P...
PUTTING IT ALLTOGETHER
ACTIVATION   FIT /THINKADVOCACY           TO FEE       IMPACT           RATIO        ANALYSISTERM           TRAP         D...
QUESTIONS?
EXPANDING THEREACH OFEVENTS
5 IDEAS IN 20MINUTES
5 IDEAS:#1: PLAN THOSE CHANNELS#2: THINK DEMOCRATICALLY#3: THINK DIFFERENT#4: BE USEFUL#5: MOBILE, MOBILE, MOBILE
#1: PLAN THOSE CHANNELSREACH THE RIGHT PEOPLE FIRST• Whether live or digital, connecting  with the right people is fundame...
#1: PLAN THOSE CHANNELS     Channel         Entice (Pre)   Engage (During)   Extend (Post)   Direct channels (email, CRM &...
#2: THINK DEMOCRATICALLYBRING DIFFERENT AUDIENCES TOGETHER• To extend the appeal of events, think of  them more broadly• C...
SAMSUNG SIDEKICK 4G LAUNCHUNITING CHANNEL + CONSUMERS
#3: THINK DIFFERENTUNIQUE CONTENT IS THE NEW BLACK• Too much same old same old in our  industry• Extend the reach of event...
IT’S HARD TO BREAKTHROUGH—IT REQUIRESNEW THINKING75%“WITH ALL THE MEDIA AND INFORMATIONAVAILABLE TO ME, IF A BRAND WANTS T...
#4: BE USEFULVALUABLE, UNEXPECTED CONNECTIONS• Give people something they actually  want and/or need• Activate a message (...
GIVE PEOPLE SOMETHING TOTALK ABOUT76%“I ONLY ADVOCATE BRANDS IF I’VE HAD GREATPERSONAL EXPERIENCES WITH THEM.”SOURCE: JACK...
CHEVROLET SXSW 2012―CHEVY WAS THE LOVE WINNER IN AUSTIN‖
#5: MOBILE, MOBILE, MOBILEDIGITAL+LIVE IS SO 2011• The new normal for all marketers is  mobile• Mobile internet usage will...
TMALLENGAGING PARTNERS, PRESS, INFLUENCERS
PUTTING IT ALLTOGETHER
PLAN           THINK    THINKTHOSE           DEMOCRAT DIFFERENTCHANNELS           MOBILE   EXPANDBEUSEFUL           MOBILE...
Matt Pensingermatt_pensinger@jackmorton.com@pensinger
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Matt Pensinger, SVP, Managing Director Jack Morton Worldwide spoke at this years Event Marketer Summit about sponsorship and increasing reach for campaigns.

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  • add thinking about audience and channel planning (how to optimize finding the people you want to reach – and to do so in the most efficient way). This could be an addition to your first idea, or it could be a separate idea (?). My thought here is that where you do your event (where in the real world, or where in the digital world) has so much impact on reach – and it’s often not done with enough thought and rigor. We have seen too many consumer mobile tours go to the wrong places, B2B meetings done at the wrong time of year to fit with customers, and I think the same idea can be made for digital (thoughtfully choosing your channels). In the old days of event marketing, this was due to lack of good info and the likelihood that you had to find event stops – good or bad – that fit with a routing plan. Today, there is no excuse for not being really good on this, and there are a lot of tools and sources to support the process.
  • Overview: Samsung's T-Mobile team was launching a new phone, The Sidekick™ 4G. For this campaign they wanted to energize and train the sales team and create consumer buzz around the phone and the iconic Sidekick™ brand. Jack Morton decided to create a multi-tiered event that would speak to both the internal B2B audience, while also creating a buzz-generating experience for the influential B2C audience. The Samsung Sidekick 4G campaign was kicked off with live “concerts” for the T-Mobile sales reps and music fans. Our live events took place in hip music venues where the chosen unsigned bands were regulars. We kept the environments genuine and tasked the audience with bringing success to the band on stage using the new Sidekick™ 4G photo, video, and social features. We extended the live events to online platforms. We created a Twitter hash tag and account, a Facebook page, and a YouTube channel. We also created an online contest where sales people and consumers became "fans" of a particular band. After two months, we had an online vote and awarded the bands marketing budgets through EMI records.Results: 72.5 million Twitter impressions – Reached over 7.3 million people in two months508,450 Facebook post views in the first two monthsAverage survey scores from live events of 9.69 (Scale of 1 to 10, 10 being best)A music video created by Kick It With The Band teams made it into rotation on MTV for the band, Shinobi NinjaA high school rapper, Jake Miller, was signed to a major record label after receiving so much attention from this experienceThe feedback was so positive that Samsung has continued to work with the bands from this program in order to promote new phones and new programs
  • [LIZ]That’s what experiences do and why it’s critical to optimize yours.In a cluttered world, experiences break through.According to research we conducted last year, 75% of respondents in Brazil, China, India and the US say, “WITH ALL THE MEDIA AND INFORMATION AVAILABLE TO ME, IF A BRAND WANTS TO GET MY ATTENTION IT HAS TO DO SOMETHING SPECIAL.”Experiences fall into that “something special” category.
  • [LIZ]Another extremely valuable way that experience impacts the brand: word of mouth.Simply put, experience drives word of mouth. And when I say word of mouth, I mean all the sharing and recommending of products and services that drives marketers’ interest in social media – which both in the B2B and B2C worlds dramatically escalates the reach of marketing – as well as the old fashioned, person to person recommendations which still command the most impact on purchase influence. To get to word of mouth, you need experience. 76% of people we surveyed in Brazil, China, India and the US said, “I only advocate brands if I’ve had great personal experiences with them.”That makes complete sense of course. Especially in a B2B setting, where recommendations and referrals play a huge role, you’re not going to go out on a limb and advocate something to a colleague unless you’ve had a great experience yourself. So to drive that word of mouth you have to engage people – customers and prospects – in unique, positive brand experiences.
  • [LIZ]Chevy’s “Catch a Chevy” at SXSW provided a useful experience for SXSW attendees – who struggle to get to every event on time. For a brand like Chevy, awareness is really not the issue but consideration is… so putting people in the cars has huge value in terms of impacting people’s consideration… it was among the most Tweeted non media brands at SXSW… and Billboard called Chevy the love winner…
  • PayPal processed over $4 billion in transactions via mobile in 2011 – and they are forecasting $7 billion for 2012
  • And here’s a terrific example of how an engaging experience had a very valuable impact while also generating a lot of awaress.When Tesco launched its Homeplus retail brand in South Korea, instead of mounting an ad campaign they installed a “virtual store” in the subway. They had QR codes for every product shown.There’s WiFi access in Seoul’s subway system.So that meant that people waiting for the subway… people with a lot of time on their hands… could actually go shopping from the platform and “try out” the Homeplus retail and home delivery system.This is a brilliant “drive to retail” experience… making the brand immediately useful, giving people a hugely engaging experience, and generating a lot of WOM in the process.
  • Tmall’s China launch. Think of Tmall as a Chinese Amazon… it is entering a market where there is competition and where the influence of partners – the brands whose products are sold – is extremely important. Putting together a couple of the best practices we’ve addressed, Tmall created a “brand2everyone” launch experience for partners, press and consumer influencers that centered on a 3D physical mall where people could use iPads to shop and augmented reality experiences try on products from luxury jewelry to clothes to bedding.
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  • Sponsorship Deals and Increasing Reach

    1. 1. EM SUMMIT 2012MICROSESSIONSPONSORSHIP DEALSINCREASING REACH
    2. 2. THE NEXTSPONSORSHIPRENEWAL
    3. 3. MATT PENSINGERSVP, MANAGINGDIRECTOR Global Brand Experience Agency
    4. 4. 6 THOUGHTS IN 20MINUTES
    5. 5. 6 THOUGHTS:#1: SPONSORSHIP GUT CHECK#2: ACTIVATION RATIO#3: FIT / IMPACT MODEL#4: TERM SHEET REVIEW#5: STANDARD TRAP REVIEW#6: DIRECT SALES
    6. 6. #1: WHY? Addresses a business problem? NO? Then, ??? YES? Advance to next step
    7. 7. VS.
    8. 8. OLD THINK  AWARENESSNEW THINK  ADVOCACY
    9. 9. #2: ACTIVATIONRATIO
    10. 10. #2: ACTIVATION RATIOWHAT YOU DO DRIVES THE VALUE• Analyze total budget spend to activate partnership – and forecast reality for renewal phase• Consider which elements are driving tangible results – Can they be amplified?• Sponsor fee : activation spend should be greater than 1:1
    11. 11. #3: FIT / IMPACT
    12. 12. #3: FIT / IMPACTBRAND ALIGNMENT IS KEY FACTOR• Fit dimensions – Fits our strategy – strategically sound (addresses business problem) – Fits our brand – Fits our target customers – Fits our markets – Fits seasonality of our business – Allows us to demonstrate our value proposition
    13. 13. #3: FIT / IMPACTBUSINESS DRIVERS FOR RESULTS• Impact dimensions – Reach • Attendance / qualified audience • Ratings • Digital footprint – Results • Direct sales • Changes in brand drivers • Experience participation • Leads generated – Benefit > cost
    14. 14. FITBenefit:Cost ratio = 1:1 IMPACT
    15. 15. #4: TERM SHEETREVIEW
    16. 16. #4: TERM SHEET REVIEWASSESS PERFORMANCE OF CONTRACT• Rank the importance of each asset for your business today• Rank how well each asset was delivered by the property• Then, rank how valuable you think the property sees each of the assets• Look for the disconnects and bring that into your negotiation
    17. 17. #5: STANDARDTRAP REVIEW
    18. 18. #5: STANDARD TRAP REVIEWDON’T PAY FOR WHAT YOU CAN’T LEVERAGE• Category Exclusivity• Playoff clauses• Annual fee escalators (not tied to performance)• Tickets• Appearance fees/expenses• Speaker/Demo slots• Logo inclusion• Standard package throw-ins
    19. 19. #6: DIRECT SALES
    20. 20. #6: DIRECT SALESLEAVE NO BUSINESS ON THE TABLE• Can your product/service be utilized by property for its own business?• Preferred sales offers to property stakeholders – Employees – Talent/players – Vendors/suppliers – Leagues/Associations – Other sponsors• Targeted offers to end customers – Conference attendees – Season ticketholders
    21. 21. PUTTING IT ALLTOGETHER
    22. 22. ACTIVATION FIT /THINKADVOCACY TO FEE IMPACT RATIO ANALYSISTERM TRAP DIRECTSHEET REVIEW SALESREVIEW
    23. 23. QUESTIONS?
    24. 24. EXPANDING THEREACH OFEVENTS
    25. 25. 5 IDEAS IN 20MINUTES
    26. 26. 5 IDEAS:#1: PLAN THOSE CHANNELS#2: THINK DEMOCRATICALLY#3: THINK DIFFERENT#4: BE USEFUL#5: MOBILE, MOBILE, MOBILE
    27. 27. #1: PLAN THOSE CHANNELSREACH THE RIGHT PEOPLE FIRST• Whether live or digital, connecting with the right people is fundamental to reaching more people• Too many B2B meetings at the wrong time in the customer cycle• Too many consumer activations in the wrong places• Too many digital misses – only 0.55% of YouTube videos have >1 million views; 50% have fewer than 500• Inexcusable!
    28. 28. #1: PLAN THOSE CHANNELS Channel Entice (Pre) Engage (During) Extend (Post) Direct channels (email, CRM & ATL comms)
    29. 29. #2: THINK DEMOCRATICALLYBRING DIFFERENT AUDIENCES TOGETHER• To extend the appeal of events, think of them more broadly• Create experiences that mix up B2B and B2C audiences• Take a ―B2E—brand to everyone‖ approach• Empower different kinds of brand advocates to inspire each other
    30. 30. SAMSUNG SIDEKICK 4G LAUNCHUNITING CHANNEL + CONSUMERS
    31. 31. #3: THINK DIFFERENTUNIQUE CONTENT IS THE NEW BLACK• Too much same old same old in our industry• Extend the reach of events by aiming to create unique new experiences• Create and repurpose experience content as owned media that people will want to share• Leverage content for goodwill and sustained interest in your event program
    32. 32. IT’S HARD TO BREAKTHROUGH—IT REQUIRESNEW THINKING75%“WITH ALL THE MEDIA AND INFORMATIONAVAILABLE TO ME, IF A BRAND WANTS TO GETMY ATTENTION IT HAS TO DO SOMETHINGSPECIAL.”SOURCE: JACK MORTON RESEARCH, 2011
    33. 33. #4: BE USEFULVALUABLE, UNEXPECTED CONNECTIONS• Give people something they actually want and/or need• Activate a message (not just an event) – and make sure it is shareable• Enable the experience to spread
    34. 34. GIVE PEOPLE SOMETHING TOTALK ABOUT76%“I ONLY ADVOCATE BRANDS IF I’VE HAD GREATPERSONAL EXPERIENCES WITH THEM.”SOURCE: JACK MORTON RESEARCH, 2011
    35. 35. CHEVROLET SXSW 2012―CHEVY WAS THE LOVE WINNER IN AUSTIN‖
    36. 36. #5: MOBILE, MOBILE, MOBILEDIGITAL+LIVE IS SO 2011• The new normal for all marketers is mobile• Mobile internet usage will overtake desktop by 2014• 91% of mobile internet is social vs. 79% on desktops• Mobile is the critical way to extend events today – and a immediate way to trigger transactions
    37. 37. TMALLENGAGING PARTNERS, PRESS, INFLUENCERS
    38. 38. PUTTING IT ALLTOGETHER
    39. 39. PLAN THINK THINKTHOSE DEMOCRAT DIFFERENTCHANNELS MOBILE EXPANDBEUSEFUL MOBILE YOUR MOBILE REACH
    40. 40. Matt Pensingermatt_pensinger@jackmorton.com@pensinger
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