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Vaughters: Dollar for dollar, cycling is the most efficient marketing buy out there Cycling News | 6/2/2013 Yet doping still scares sponsors away Despite the multitude of doping stories that have effected the sport of cycling, Garmin-Sharp’s Jonathan Vaughters has reinforced that the sport still offers a high level of return for potential sponsors. Vaughters, who is currently an MBA candidate at the University of Denver, was talking in light of the news that last month Cyclingnews had teamed up with sponsorship evaluation specialists Repucom to analyse the value of commercial sponsorship in professional cycling. “While the metrics are more efficient than almost any ad buy out there, there are a few factors that hold back companies coming in at the top level. Firstly, despite the strong return, a WorldTour team is still expensive. The average budget in 2013 is over 20 million USD, and that’s just average,” Vaughters told Cyclingnews. “Yes, compared to soccer team’s payroll it’s small, but you have to remember that for a cycling team the revenue source is almost a 100 per cent sponsorship. A soccer team’s budget is maybe 25% derived from sponsorship. So even though cycling is very efficient, it’s still expensive. There aren’t that many multinational companies that can afford a single marketing buy that big.” However the issue of doping has been central to a number of sponsors leaving the sport in recent years. In 2012 Rabobank pulled the plug on their association with the sport after bankrolling one of the biggest teams in the sport since 1996. They even paid for the structure of the team – Blanco – to race in 2013 but without any Rabobank branding. On Saturday it was made public that technology company Belkin would assume the title sponsorship role at the team. “The repucom report and Belkin’s entry into the sport are facts that support the efficiency of cycling sponsorships. Simply put: dollar for dollar, it is the most efficient marketing buy out there.” “Doping issues may have discounted sponsorship values somewhat. But this is to the benefit of those willing to bet on cycling. And bet on the future sport cleaning up.” “The doping scandals can scare companies away,” Vaughters said. “Even though there is an incredible rate of return associated with cycling sponsorships, inside of a company there’s always an environment of internal politics going on. Because of company politics, there are not that many visionaries willing to take a risk and say they want the best rate of return for my marketing dollars,”want to go with cycling!” Vaughters, himself an ex-doper and manager of a team that includes riders who have admitted to doping in the past, has positioned Slipstream Sports and Garmin-Sharp as a team that places ethics first. Garmin has backed the squad since 2008, with Sharp joining on as a co-sponsor last July. Asked if the issue of doping had ever cost his team a potential sponsor, Vaughters said, “No. Not directly. However, Probably that sort of attitude or concern, wouldn’t be voiced to me as the pitch man. They may just say this opportunity isn’t right but I don’t discount that it could be down to doping issues. Still, No one has ever told me that.” The report reveals that the average media exposure per UCI WorldTour team is $88.4 million, representing significant returns for sponsors in pro cycling. With television coverage of professional cycling increasing as the sport captures new markets, total TV media exposure delivered is estimated to be worth $2.1 billion.

Vaughters: Dollar for dollar, cycling is the most efficient marketing buy out there Cycling News | 6/2/2013 Yet doping still scares sponsors away Despite the multitude of doping stories that have effected the sport of cycling, Garmin-Sharp’s Jonathan Vaughters has reinforced that the sport still… Leer más

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Золотая ракетка: как теннисист Роджер Федерер зарабатывает $71 млн в год

Золотая ракетка: как теннисист Роджер Федерер зарабатывает $71 млн в год Курт Баденхаузен | 6/6/2013 | Forbes.ru В чем секрет финансовых успехов лучшего теннисиста современности? Роджера Федерера нередко называют лучшим теннисистом в истории. Ему принадлежит целая россыпь рекордов: 17 побед в серии турниров Большого шлема,… Leer más

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Mourinho’s return will ‘heighten’ personal brand value

Mourinho’s return will ‘heighten’ personal brand value Sebastian Joseph | 6/4/2013 | Marketing Week Jose Mourinho’s return to Chelsea FC and the Premier League has been called a ‘massive commercial opportunity’ for brands by sponsorship experts, who claim the controversial manager’s ability to attract high… Leer más

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Wenn Frauen schreien und Männer weinen

Wenn Frauen schreien und Männer weinen Nina Dinkelmeyer | 5/24/2013 | Die Welt Fußball ist irrational, unplanbar. Er ist extremer und kompromissloser als das echte Leben. Genau deshalb bin ich ihm verfallen, unrettbar. Als Frau muss man diese Leidenschaft rechtfertigen. Ich werde das Jahrhundertfinale verpassen…. Leer más

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They think it’s all über: London braces for all-German Champions League final

They think it’s all über: London braces for all-German Champions League final Owen Gibson | 5/24/2013 | The Guardian It is less than a mile from the home of the London club that broke Bayern hearts 12 months ago, but there is a corner of… Leer más

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Bayern strotzt vor Kraft – doch gewinnen kann nur Dortmund

Bayern strotzt vor Kraft – doch gewinnen kann nur Dortmund MALTE LAUB und STEFAN MERX | 5/24/2013 | The Wall Street Journal: Deutschland Eine kleine Rechenaufgabe: Ein Airbus 380, das größte zivil genutzte Flugzeug der Welt, bietet bis zu 555 Passagieren Platz. Der Kader des… Leer más

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Le foot européen profite de la bataille entre équipementiers

Le foot européen profite de la bataille entre équipementiers Christophe Palierse | 5/13/2013 | Les Echos Nike, Adidas, et consorts doivent miser de plus en plus gros pour se placer auprès des clubs. C’est une bonne nouvelle sur le plan économique pour le football professionnel… Leer más

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Les marques s’arrachent les maillots

Les marques s’arrachent les maillots 5/16/2013 | L’Equipe Un maillot se vend trois fois. Aux fans, aux sponsors et aux équipementiers. C’est sur ce dernier marché que Repucom (spécialiste du sponsoring) et PR Marketing (agence de merchandising) observent une «dynamique spectaculaire» des cinq grands Championnats,… Leer más

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La voile, un support CSP+ pour les sponsors

La voile, un support CSP+ pour les sponsors Servane Dorléans | 5/29/2013 | Nautisme REPUCOM a analysé l’intérêt des Français pour la voile et pour les grandes courses françaises et internationales. Nous vous présentons les résultats de cette étude réalisée en décembre 2012. Selon ce… Leer más

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Mourinho ‘can repair damaged image’ with Chelsea return

Mourinho ‘can repair damaged image’ with Chelsea return Iain Rogers | 6/5/2013 | Reuters Jose Mourinho’s return to Chelsea is a chance for him to reverse some of the damage inflicted on his brand by an unsuccessful and controversy-plagued stint at Real Madrid, according to… Leer más

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