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Technology Brands in Sponsorship

Promotional Effectiveness Report on Computing, Business Software, Hardware, Telecom, and Apps & Consumer Hardware

 

Advanced technologies have created a platform for the world of sports to sit on. The creation of fan apps, digital playbooks, and social media are just a few examples of how technology has advanced the sports industry. Mega brands such as Apple, Oracle, Intel, AT&T, and GoPro have found success in sponsoring sports properties for years, and the list does not stop there. Sponsoring sports properties allows for a brand’s logo to be known by the fans, but many technology brands now take it one step further.

Key learning objectives:

  • Technology Brands & Sponsorship: An Overview
  • Promotional Effectiveness (PE) Score Explained
  • Computing Sector
  • Business Software Sector
  • Hardware Sector
  • Telecom Sector
  • Apps & Consumer Hardware Sector
  • Key Takeaways: The PE Score in Practice

 

Hookit’s Technology Brands In Sponsorship Report helps sponsors in this category identify how well their sponsorship portfolio performs in terms of social media promotion compared to their competitors. This report also identifies which sponsored properties are the most effective at promoting these brands. To do this, Hookit uses the Promotional Effectiveness Score developed specifically for brand sponsors.

 

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