1. Coffee Club priced out of Roar renewal
    Coffee Club priced out of Roar renewal
  2. Castrol shifts strategy away from Wallabies tests
    Castrol shifts strategy away from Wallabies tests
  3. Bupa to chart new course after downgrading at Hawks
    Bupa to chart new course after downgrading at Hawks
  4. Swans commit to massive sponsor engagement program
    Swans commit to massive sponsor engagement program
  5. Key metrics continue to rise for Sydney FC
    Key metrics continue to rise for Sydney FC

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Roar expands Ladbrokes deal for Liverpool sell-out
Roar expands Ladbrokes deal for Liverpool sell-out
03 July 2015 11:10am
Wagering brand Ladbrokes will step up as front of jersey sponsor for Brisbane Roar's prestige friendly match against football giant Liverpool.
Roosters' charity program surpasses $2m in fundraising
Roosters' charity program surpasses $2m in fundraising
03 July 2015 11:07am
The Sydney Roosters and principal partner Steggles have surpassed $2 million in charity proceeds, five years into their joint fundraising campaign, the Steggles Charity Nest.
Sanitarium hands sponsorship and research duties to Gemba
Sanitarium hands sponsorship and research duties to Gemba
02 July 2015 12:08pm
Gemba has won the sponsorship strategy and activation business of major FMCG player Sanitarium Health & Wellbeing after a competitive pitch.
Sponsorship campaigns in contention for marketing gong
Sponsorship campaigns in contention for marketing gong
02 July 2015 11:27am
Sponsorship and activation campaigns from ApolloNation, Traffik, Gemba and Graffiti have all made the Australian Promotional Marketing Association's 2015 Star Awards shortlist.
Tourism Australia affirms sports diplomacy and major events strategies
Tourism Australia affirms sports diplomacy and major events strategies
01 July 2015 3:31pm
The economic impact of the Cricket World Cup and Asian Cup tournaments has vindicated a major events platform that will only grow through the government's new Sporting Diplomacy program, according to Tourism Australia chief John O’Sullivan.
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