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Rights-holders have looked closely at the successes of Manchester United’s selling of sector partnerships in different regions across the world. But what is the secret to that success, what are the strategies to selling and can it work for every organisation in sport? 

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    1 September 2014

    Elisha Chauhan selected 10 of the most influential people in the New Zealand sports industry, and explains how they are each playing a significant role shaping the business.

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    1 September 2014

    Elisha Chauhan looks at four of New Zealand’s leading sports venues, their unique selling points and how scheduled improvements could affect their hosting future.

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    1 September 2014

    New Zealand is known on the international sporting scene as the king of rugby union, and the All Blacks have a portfolio of global sponsors to reflects that. But which other Kiwi properties provide opportunities for brands, and what is driving that?

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    1 September 2014

    New players in the domestic broadcast landscape during the last 18 months have created a vibrant sports rights market in New Zealand, and major rights-holders have taken advantage.

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    1 September 2014

    Ever-increasing government support, an evolving event strategy and the development of unique events is seeing New Zealand punch above its weight in the sports hosting space. David Walmsley explains why.

Daily news summaries

Date: 
2 September 2014

The English Premier League has smashed its transfer spending record in the summer 2014 window, with the £835m (€1.05bn/$1.38bn) gross expenditure of domestic clubs being close to double that of the next highest-spending league – the Spanish Liga.