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Stacey Goldberg Nov 8

Mommy Tested, Mommy Approved?

As a mom of a toddler and a soon-to-be mom of two (22 days to go but who’s counting?), my attention has turned lately, not surprisingly, to “mommy marketing.” Companies such as Procter & Gamble are all over this trend for brands including Pampers, Tide and Bounce. P&G is focusing on advertorials and Web videos featuring moms in order to spread the word about its products.  more

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Jim Andrews Nov 2

The Global Gap and Sponsorship Willpower

I recently traveled to Sao Paulo, where I addressed a media and marketing conference and met with a number of brand marketers from Brazil’s largest companies. As happens whenever I travel to places away from North America or Western Europe, sponsorship practitioners I talk to bring up “how far behind” their country is compared to the “advanced sponsorship markets.”  more

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Jon Kander Oct 28

Sponsorship Messaging: Creating a Link between Sponsor and Property

Often, companies sponsoring non-endemic properties are able to create a link through a clever messaging campaign. Developing the messaging strategy for a non-endemic sponsorship campaign requires a three-step process:  more

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Jon Kander Oct 18

Can Wins and Losses Impact the Bottom Line?

Russell Scibetti, Founding Editor of TheBusinessOfSports.com, and I exchanged a few emails the past couple of days discussing the idea of integrating guarantees and team performance into sponsorship fees and sports business in general. Russell’s comments are in italics and mine are in standard font. Hope you enjoy our conversation.  more

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Lesa Ukman Oct 14

Who Dropped The Social Gaming Ball?

Sports rightsholders are missing the boat on social gaming—free games played with friends asynchronously (meaning two can play even if one of you is not online).  more

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Jon Kander Sep 29

Is “Pay for Performance” the Newest Sponsorship Trend?

The French Football Federation (“FFF”), the national soccer body, is still feeling the effects from its less than stellar 2010 World Cup performance. The FFF recently had to pay out €4.5 million to its top-tier sponsors to compensate them for France’s first round exit from the 2010 World Cup.  more

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Jim Andrews Sep 21

Adopt And Adapt: Sponsorship Pros Still Need To Learn From Each Other

For someone who has spent 20-plus years showcasing the commonalities in sponsorship programs across sports, arts, causes, entertainment, events, etc.—as a way to promote best practices and inspire creative thinking—the not-so-sudden realization that the sponsorship marketplace is vastly different than it once was could be a depressing thought.  more

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Jim Andrews Sep 15

Takeaways From ANA Sponsorship & Event Marketing Committee Meeting

Through our relationship with the Assn. of National Advertisers, IEG participated in yesterday’s quarterly meeting of the ANA’s Sponsorship & Event Marketing Committee, hosted in the beautiful conference facilities at Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium.  more

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Jim Andrews Sep 10

Chase Paid $30 Million And Didn’t Get Title? Smart Move

The news that JPMorgan Chase signed a 10-year agreement with Madison Square Garden for a reported $30 million a year certainly raised many an eyebrow across the sponsorship industry earlier this week.  more

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