Globalization has had a profound impact on the sports industry, creating an international market in which sports teams, leagues and players have become internationally recognized brands. This important new study of contemporary sports marketing examines the opportunities and threats posed by a global sports market, outlining the tools and strategies that marketers and managers can use to take advantage of those opportunities. The book surveys current trends, issues and best practice in international sport marketing, providing a useful blend of contemporary theory and case studies from the Americas, Europe and Asia. It assesses the impact of globalization on teams, leagues, players, sponsors and equipment manufacturers, and highlights the central significance of culture on the development of effective marketing strategy. Global Sport Marketing is key reading for any advanced student, researcher or practitioner working in sport marketing or sport business.In 2009, the WWE presented 268 shows in North America to an average of 6500 spectators (average ticket price US$37.64). The WWE produced 14 pay-per-view shows, which brought in US$80 million. The 25th WrestleMania show, theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Global Sport Marketing|
|Author||:||Michel Desbordes, André Richelieu|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-06-14|