- Jul 2, 2010
- AFL Club
probably not, given the redirections from Holden and other Collingwood sponsors that half their sponsorship be applied to the womens sides.Rob Chapman confirms the women's deal with BHP is worth 1 million over 3 years. Massive for the women's league, first sponsorship deal worth 7 figures.
That's a bit arbitrary though isn't it? How is that money 'applied' to the women's side?probably not, given the redirections from Holden and other Collingwood sponsors that half their sponsorship be applied to the womens sides.
I only know what was reported.That's a bit arbitrary though isn't it? How is that money 'applied' to the women's side?
Unless there were suddenly gold plated taps in the female changerooms and a bunch of new coaches employed for the AFLW team, then that looks like textbook window dressing.
If $1.5 mill was re-directed to the women's team, it would mean that they earned in that one sponsorship deal double their annual expenses (more or less).Unless there were suddenly gold plated taps in the female changerooms and a bunch of new coaches employed for the AFLW team, then that looks like textbook window dressing.
By what measure do you judge the Renault involvement - no question its been good for Port.While we mention to good we also need to mention the bad - Renault are exiting Port after 5 years. I don't think anyone can judge the partnership anything else than a success. Port were on their knees. Expect they wont have any trouble finding a new major sponsor for next year.
I’m sure the staff of Workskil are ecstatic at having 1 of the annual paid days off removed from them to pay for thisWorkskil Australia renewed a new 3 year sponsorship with the Adelaide Crows women's team, largest sponsorship undertaken by the non for profit organisation. Continue to be our joint major sponsor along with BHP for our women's team.
Businesses do this a lot. I'm actually pleasantly surprised that most seems to go to their own staff, especially as it's relatively low level staff (call center workers).See Hostplus getting a going over at the Banking Royal Commission, interesting to see what develops.
Bank royal commission: Hostplus entertained employers and staff with $300k of sporting tickets
The head of hospitality sector superannuation fund Hostplus has defended spending $300,000 on tickets to sporting events for clients and staff, saying it was the price of doing business.
Another $40,000 was spent on AFL Medallion Club tickets which were distributed among employer representatives, as well as staff for reward and recognition of their efforts.
Mr Elia said 90 per cent of the staff's AFL tickets went to call centre workers to retain their services.
"It is not an insignificant amount of money, but it is done for the right purposes," Mr Elia said.
"Relationships are incredibly important in our industry. The battle is all about retention of default fund status."