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Sponsorship Broker
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Ce contenu est une compilation d'articles de l'encyclopédie libre Wikipedia. A sponsorship broker is an individual, or agency, that procures sponsorship funding for properties (defined as an outlet with a captive audience that provides for a positive experience). Sponsorship brokers tend to specialize to particular niches within the sponsorship-marketing field. A typical sponsorship could be, for example, an arrangement to exchange advertising for the responsibility of providing funding for a popular event or entity. For example, a corporate entity may provide equipment for a famous band in exchange for brand recognition. The sponsor earns popularity this way while the sponsored can earn a lot of money and/or receive free music equipment. This type of sponsorship is prominent in the sports, arts, media and charity sectors.

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SCENE Music Festival
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The SCENE Music Festival is a one-day music festival held in downtown St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. The event has been held annually in late June/early July since 1996. The acronym "SCENE" stands for St. Catharines Event for New Music Entertainment. The first festival in 1996 drew about 800 people. The event in 2003, seven years later, was attended by around 2,500 and featured 85 bands, headlined by The Trews. The 2005 event received corporate sponsorship from Solo Mobile, which also sponsored the 2006 festival. MTV Canada was the presenting sponsor for 2007.

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Event Sponsorship
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State-of-the-art methods for finding, securing, and retaining the best corporate sponsors The authoritative guide to creating and closing deals with irresistible ROIs Event Sponsorship provides step-by-step guidelines for attracting, signing, and keeping sponsorship for any event, including festivals, conventions, expositions, sporting events, arts and entertainment spectaculars, charity benefits, and much more. This hands-on resource presents successful strategies and tools for staying competitive in today s market by offering corporate sponsors the highest return possible on their investment. Leading experts give real-world advice for researching and targeting prospective companies, developing a sponsorship marketing plan, creating an effective proposal, selling the sponsorship, and negotiating a deal. Learn how to bring increased sponsorship dollars to any event by: Placing value on sponsorships Expanding the value of a sponsor Creating the best image for an event Networking with other event professionals worldwide With complete coverage including case studies, legal issues, the Internet, the sophisticated corporate customer, non-sports sponsorship opportunities, and an international view of sponsorship, Event Sponsorship is a powerful tool for event managers and other event professionals. THE WILEY EVENT MANAGEMENT SERIES-Series Editor, Dr. Joe Goldblatt, CSEP THE WILEY EVENT MANAGEMENT SERIES provides professionals with the essential knowledge and cutting-edge tools they need to excel in one of the most exciting and rapidly growing sectors of the hospitality and tourism industry. Written by recognized experts in the field, the volumes in the series cover the research, design, planning, coordination, and evaluation methods as well as specialized areas of event management.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Personality Fit in NASCAR
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In the United States, National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) is the largest spectator sport, has the largest event attendance, and is the most popular form of automobile racing. NASCAR generates over $2 billion per year in revenue and corporate sponsors provide significant financial investments to the racing teams. According to NASCAR's President, Mike Helton, 'NASCAR is a way of life...It becomes a lifestyle because the fans are so loyal to whoever their favorite driver and team are.' Fans are also fiercely loyal to the sponsoring companies of their favorite driver or team, and this devotion has been documented consistently in the sport sponsorship literature. NASCAR sponsors hope that their financial support of the sport will generate the same level of loyalty toward their brands from the fans, and this loyalty will result in increased revenue generation. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to determine if personality fit between NASCAR drivers and their major sponsors affected the sponsorship outcomes of consumer attitudes toward the sponsor, attitudes toward the brand, and purchase intentions during a NASCAR event.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Allen, J: Executive′s Guide to Corporate ...
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An industry expert shows readers how to get the best return on investment from corporate events Corporate events and business entertaining are a major part of a company's communication, marketing and public relations strategy. They are used by businesses of all sizes to solicit new business, create a corporate or brand image, and retain and build loyalty with existing suppliers and customers. They can also be used effectively to elicit peak performance from employees and produce camaraderie and teamwork among co-workers. The corporate event bar has been raised dramatically and the competition to craft something original that will help a business create public awareness as well as industry and media buzz is fierce. Staged effectively, business functions can contribute to a company's success, standing, profitability and business development. But corporate events and business entertaining can also seriously damage a company's image and put the company and its management in potentially high-risk situations if not handled carefully, professionally, and appropriately. Corporate boards and chief executives are now seeing how company scandals played out in the headlines can estrange customers, sink stock prices, and end careers in a matter of minutes. And many of the transgressions that have been made public have been linked to corporate events and business entertaining. The Executive's Guide to Corporate Events and Business Entertaining provides executives with all the information they need before they plan, host, sponsor, or attend corporate events. It gives rising and established executives the tools they need to move ahead with confidence in planning their next company function.

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The Executive's Guide to Corporate Events and B...
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An industry expert shows readers how to get the best return on investment from corporate events Corporate events and business entertaining are a major part of a company's communication, marketing and public relations strategy. They are used by businesses of all sizes to solicit new business, create a corporate or brand image, and retain and build loyalty with existing suppliers and customers. They can also be used effectively to elicit peak performance from employees and produce camaraderie and teamwork among co-workers. The corporate event bar has been raised dramatically and the competition to craft something original that will help a business create public awareness as well as industry and media buzz is fierce. Staged effectively, business functions can contribute to a company's success, standing, profitability and business development. But corporate events and business entertaining can also seriously damage a company's image and put the company and its management in potentially high-risk situations if not handled carefully, professionally, and appropriately. Corporate boards and chief executives are now seeing how company scandals played out in the headlines can estrange customers, sink stock prices, and end careers in a matter of minutes. And many of the transgressions that have been made public have been linked to corporate events and business entertaining. The Executive's Guide to Corporate Events and Business Entertaining provides executives with all the information they need before they plan, host, sponsor, or attend corporate events. It gives rising and established executives the tools they need to move ahead with confidence in planning their next company function.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Executive's Guide to Corporate Events and B...
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An industry expert shows readers how to get the best return oninvestment from corporate events Corporate events and business entertaining are a major part of acompany's communication, marketing and public relations strategy.They are used by businesses of all sizes to solicit new business,create a corporate or brand image, and retain and build loyaltywith existing suppliers and customers. They can also be usedeffectively to elicit peak performance from employees and producecamaraderie and teamwork among co-workers. The corporate event barhas been raised dramatically and the competition to craft somethingoriginal that will help a business create public awareness as wellas industry and media buzz is fierce. Staged effectively, business functions can contribute to acompany's success, standing, profitability and businessdevelopment. But corporate events and business entertaining canalso seriously damage a company's image and put the company and itsmanagement in potentially high-risk situations if not handledcarefully, professionally, and appropriately. Corporate boards andchief executives are now seeing how company scandals played out inthe headlines can estrange customers, sink stock prices, and endcareers in a matter of minutes. And many of the transgressions thathave been made public have been linked to corporate events andbusiness entertaining. The Executive's Guide to Corporate Events and BusinessEntertaining provides executives with all the information theyneed before they plan, host, sponsor, or attend corporate events.It gives rising and established executives the tools they need tomove ahead with confidence in planning their next companyfunction.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 12.08.2020
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Personality Fit in NASCAR
53,99 € *
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In the United States, National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) is the largest spectator sport, has the largest event attendance, and is the most popular form of automobile racing. NASCAR generates over $2 billion per year in revenue and corporate sponsors provide significant financial investments to the racing teams. According to NASCAR's President, Mike Helton, 'NASCAR is a way of life...It becomes a lifestyle because the fans are so loyal to whoever their favorite driver and team are.' Fans are also fiercely loyal to the sponsoring companies of their favorite driver or team, and this devotion has been documented consistently in the sport sponsorship literature. NASCAR sponsors hope that their financial support of the sport will generate the same level of loyalty toward their brands from the fans, and this loyalty will result in increased revenue generation. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to determine if personality fit between NASCAR drivers and their major sponsors affected the sponsorship outcomes of consumer attitudes toward the sponsor, attitudes toward the brand, and purchase intentions during a NASCAR event.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 12.08.2020
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The Executive's Guide to Corporate Events and B...
18,99 € *
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An industry expert shows readers how to get the best return oninvestment from corporate events Corporate events and business entertaining are a major part of acompany's communication, marketing and public relations strategy.They are used by businesses of all sizes to solicit new business,create a corporate or brand image, and retain and build loyaltywith existing suppliers and customers. They can also be usedeffectively to elicit peak performance from employees and producecamaraderie and teamwork among co-workers. The corporate event barhas been raised dramatically and the competition to craft somethingoriginal that will help a business create public awareness as wellas industry and media buzz is fierce. Staged effectively, business functions can contribute to acompany's success, standing, profitability and businessdevelopment. But corporate events and business entertaining canalso seriously damage a company's image and put the company and itsmanagement in potentially high-risk situations if not handledcarefully, professionally, and appropriately. Corporate boards andchief executives are now seeing how company scandals played out inthe headlines can estrange customers, sink stock prices, and endcareers in a matter of minutes. And many of the transgressions thathave been made public have been linked to corporate events andbusiness entertaining. The Executive's Guide to Corporate Events and BusinessEntertaining provides executives with all the information theyneed before they plan, host, sponsor, or attend corporate events.It gives rising and established executives the tools they need tomove ahead with confidence in planning their next companyfunction.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 12.08.2020
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