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Sports matters version 11


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Sports matters version 11

  1. 1. on your marks... Presented by Wednesday, 21 August 2013
  2. 2. Presented by St. Regis, Singapore, September 18 - 19 2013 Our Speakers The following are already confirmed to speak at Sports Matters with more names and full bios to follow in due course: (subject to change without prior notice): • Stacey Allaster, Chairman and CEO, WTA •Prinz Mathew Pinakatt, Global Director Alliances & Ventures, The Coca-Cola Company • Giles Morgan, Group Head of Sponsorship and Events, HSBC • Andrew Georgiou, CEO, World Sport Group • Chris Renner, CEO, Helios Partners • Poh Yu Khing, COO, Singapore Sports Hub • Tan Tong Hai, CEO, StarHub • Maurizio Barbieri, Head of Sports, Media Solution Center, South East Asia & Oceania, Samsung Asia • CK Lee, Vice-President Sports Business Content Group, Astro • Peter Hutton, COO, MP & Silva • Annabel Pennefather, Senior Consultant, Corporate & Securities Department, Head of Sports Law Practice, Khattar Wong • Jim Small, Vice President Asia, Major League Baseball • Andres Gonzalez, VP, AP & MEA Sponsorships, MasterCard Worldwide • Tim Holland, MD Asia, Perform • Andrew Stark, CEO, Surfing Australia • Mike Rich, CEO, Group M ESP • Patrick Murphy, President, Catalyst Marketing • Ben Flint, MD, ASN • John Vamvakitis, Head of Sports Asia, YouTube • James Miner, MD, MinerLabs • Hass Aminian, Regional Director, Sportfive • Michael Morrison, VP and GM Asia Pacific, ESPN Wednesday, 21 August 2013
  3. 3. Presented by St. Regis, Singapore, September 18 - 19 2013 Sports Matters targets the entire sports industry value chain including associations, rights holders, sponsors, broadcasters and agencies. Produced by Branded, (owners of Digital & Music Matters and Social Media Matters) and Haymarket Media (publishers of Campaign Magazine, F1 Racing, 4-4-2 and producers of the Spikes Asia creative festival) Sports Matters will be held on 18/19 September 2013 during the week of the Singapore F1. Our mission? To build the foundations for a healthy and sustainable Asian sports industry. Background Wednesday, 21 August 2013
  4. 4. Presented by St. Regis, Singapore, September 18 - 19 2013 Sun 15SEP Tue Thu SunWed Fri Between Spikes and F1 Spikes Asia is the region’s largest festival of creativity featuring thousands of advertisers and agencies in Singapore at the start of the F1 week and is organised by Haymarket Media who also publish F1 Magazine and 4-4-2. Sports Matters Asia will exploit this convergence of buyers at each end of the week providing a perfect platform to be able to deliver both broadcasters and sponsors to the event whilst also capitalising on the gloss of the F1 itself. The F1 generates global interest in Singapore. The F1 roadshow delivers broadcasters, teams/drivers and sponsors. Timing Wednesday, 21 August 2013
  5. 5. Presented by St. Regis, Singapore, September 18 - 19 2013 We will target the entire sporting spectrum including: • Associations/Federations/Government • Broadcasters/Platform Owners • Sponsors • Sports Gaming • Event Management Companies Using “Digital & Music Matters” as a blueprint, our multi-tiered marketing campaign will target the global sports industry franchises via trade and social media including a number of select marketing partnerships. Specifically our partnership with Haymarket will deliver high value promotion of the event across their titles and other bespoke events. Our high level advisory board - featuring sports industry leaders - will amplify the event to their own communities. • Venues/Sports Infrastrucure • Individual Events • Players & Agents • R&D • Merchandising Example Music Matters Partnerships Target Attendance Wednesday, 21 August 2013
  6. 6. Presented by St. Regis, Singapore, September 18 - 19 2013 The content strategy for Sports Matters has been developed with the participation of the Advisory Board. The focus is ASIA. Research tells us that Sports Matters should focus on what the future of the industry will look like, who and what is driving it and how this region contributes to the global sports industry. There are key pillars of the global sports industry and Sports Matters will address each of these with an Asia-centric programme and speaker profile. 1. Content & Broadcast/Media 2. Sponsorship - Generating new revenues with new media 3. Social & Digital Futures - Maximising revenue through social and digital platforms 4. Federations & Associations - Rights, partnerships and regional events 5. Fan engagement 6. Venues - Sport as entertainment 7. Technology - Enhancing event production AND sports performance 8. Education - Training sports people and training the trainers In it's inaugural year the programme will attempt to make the industry sit up and listen. Like Digital & Music Matters, there will be ideas exchange and networking opportunities, an element of controversy and above all, great entertainment. Over the course of our 3 year programming strategy, we plan to launch a new industry association made up of Asian sports industry personnel which will act as the platform from which to provide internships, launch scholarships and nurture excellence within the region. Content Matters Wednesday, 21 August 2013
  7. 7. Presented by St. Regis, Singapore, September 18 - 19 2013 The following companies are all represented at senior level on our Advisory Board: Advisory Board Wednesday, 21 August 2013
  8. 8. Presented by St. Regis, Singapore, September 18 - 19 2013 To differentiate ourselves from other industry conferences the Sports Matters programme will span two days: One plenary day of keynote interviews, panel debates and success story showcases interspersed with TED-style thought leadership mini presentations followed by a second day of sponsored workshops/roundtables to address specialised areas of interest such as R&D, merchandising, sports analytics and sports law/IP. Day 1 Plenary plus Themed Modules: • Content Matters • Marketing Matters • Education Matters Day 2 Themed Roundtables (including): • Broadcasters Forum • Association Forum • Sponsorship Forum The Two Day Programme Wednesday, 21 August 2013
  9. 9. Presented by St. Regis, Singapore, September 18 - 19 2013 Get Involved PREMIUM PARTNERSHIP Presenting Partner (Exclusive) Official Sector Partner Half Day Themed Workshop (Broadcaster) Half Day Themed Workshop (Sponsorship) Half Day Themed Workshop (Association) PROGRAMME PARTNERSHIPS Panel Session Partner Keynote Interview NETWORKING PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Private Lunch Partner x 1 Cocktail Party x 2 All Coffee Breaks Partnership x 2 Conference Lunch (all eligible attendees) x 1 ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES Lanyard Partner Delegate Bags Insert Delegate Bags Partner Staff T-Shirts USD 75,000 From 40,000 From 20,000 From 20,000 From 20,000 11,000 8,000 each 20,000 each 20,000 each 10,000 each 10,000 each 12,000 2,500 10,000 5,000 Wednesday, 21 August 2013
  10. 10. Presented by St. Regis, Singapore, September 18 - 19 2013 Sports Matters Asia will be a co-production between two leading event marketing organisations; Branded ( and Haymarket Media, owners of Spikes Asia, Campaign Magazine and a number of sports titles including F1 Magazine and 4-4-2 (football). Branded and Haymarket have worked together on a number of projects including Media360, Agency of the Year and MediaWorks (below). Branded CEO Jasper Donat has a wealth of sports experience having worked for Eurosport, Sports Corporation and ESPN Star Sports. In 2002, Branded and Haymarket launched Mediaworks, Asia Pacific’s renowned bootcamp for young advertising professionals. Sold back to Haymarket in 2008 and now into it’s 10th year, Mediaworks has also expanded into DigitalWorks and MediaWorks China. The Partners Wednesday, 21 August 2013
  11. 11. THANK YOU Presented by Wednesday, 21 August 2013