Video review of the Who Won The Summer of Sport event.
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Summary of survey intelligence from both consumers and marketing professionals .
Olympic silver medallist Annalise Murphy and Sarah Keane, Chief Executive Officer of Swim Ireland, have joined the podium of expert and insightful panelists at the ‘Who Won the Summer of Sport’ business breakfast at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin on October 11th.
The briefing will pool intelligence from both consumers and marketing professionals, as well as insights from an expert panel to answer the question: ‘Who Won the Summer of Sport?’ including the UEFA EUROS, the Olympic Games, and the GAA Championships 2016.
The panel also includes Ryle Nugent, Head of RTÉ Sport, Rory Sheridan, Head of Sponsorship, Diageo Europe, Peter McKenna, Stadium & Commercial Director of Croke Park (GAA), Karl Heffernan, Commercial & Marketing Director of the FAI and Damien O’Neill, Group Head of Marketing, Allianz, all of whom will reveal what their experience was and share their learning.
RTÉ Sports presenter Joanne Cantwell will steer the discussion as M.C.
Are you challenged and ready to think differently about the opportunity that sport and sponsorship can deliver in meeting your business growth ambitions? Do you want to explore these challenges with the Irish sport and sponsorship industry’s top level marketers? This event brings together some of the best and brightest minds in sport in Ireland to leave you motivated with new ideas on where to next with sports marketing.
Date & Time: Tuesday, 11 October 2016 - 7.45am to 10.30am
Venue: The Havelock Suite, The AVIVA Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
Cost: €20 for members and €40 for non-members.
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Joint event with ONSIDE and The Marketing Institute
Media Partner by RTÉ SPORT
RTÉ Sport promises 'to take you there', and throughout the Summer of 2016 RTÉ Sport did just that. From June through to the third Sunday in September, RTÉ took on an unprecedented level of sports coverage on all platforms. From sharing the unique sporting and cultural experience of the GAA All Ireland Championships, to following the Boys In Green in UEFA Euro 2016, to our biggest and most comprehensive coverage of the Olympic and Paralympic Games - Summer 2016 was a monumental challenge in terms of logistics, co-ordination, technology, planning and, most importantly, output. All summer long, from Paris to Rio to Croke Park - RTÉ Sport took audiences there in their millions.
This event is on in the Havelock Suite and runs from 7.45am to 10.30am, please use to the main entrance of The AVIVA Stadium on Lansdowne Road.
2015 Who Won the RWC Survey