Tim Crow

Ex-Synergy CEO Tim Crow argues that LA 2028's $2.5bn sponsorship revenue forecast - hailed as ambitious in the press - is in fact deeply conservative, and predicts that the final tally will break $4bn.

Tim Crow on how Tiger’s comeback win at Augusta has created yet another aspect for sport’s most multi-faceted personality – and brought Jack Nicklaus back into the picture.

Every so often, a moment changes the sports marketing world forever. Some moments happen behind closed doors, and only reveal their significance later. Others literally shake the world instantly. Another one of those moments might just have happened, in women’s football.

I wasn’t surprised to see Guinness revealed in December 2018 as the new title sponsor of the Six Nations.

In sports marketing, we talk a lot about passion. Specifically, the passion of fans and how important it is to understand, enable and leverage this passion

In contrast to Richard Gillis, Tim Crow argues that innovation is the lifeblood of golf and that the Tiger Woods v Mickelson showdown will succeed because, like the Ryder Cup, it offers an alternative to sport’s staid formats.

It’s the last Sunday of July, 2018.

Tim Crow reflects on the use of VAR in Russia 2018 and why sponsors will be considering it in future tournaments.

Football isn’t coming home. Not this time anyway.

Only time will tell if the unconfirmed reports of a sponsorship deal between Coca-Cola and the Premier League are premature.

Fifa’s 2017 Financial Report, published back in December, took many people by surprise.

 

Tim Crow looks at why the key driver in sports marketing is still an inconvenient truth.