Marketing 5’s: 5 Key Tips To Be Better At Sponsorship in 2021 with Peter Raymond
Our Marketing 5’s are a bespoke 5 step blueprint to help tackle the major marketing topics of our time. Designed for practical application, the Marketing 5’s is a no-nonsense, clear, and concise blueprint anchored in 5 key tips and tactics which you can implement immediately.
This presentation with Peter Raymond, Course Director at the European Sponsorship Association will discuss: Sponsorship
Peter contends: “My personal opinion is that sponsorship isn’t being used well enough by unambitious large brands who don’t understand its real potency.”
In his session, he will mix current trends, some of his own personal observations and experience as well as some real life case studies to reveal five tips about how sponsorship’s true potential can be realised in the current marketing environment.
9 March 2020,11AM-12PM
Webinar hosted via Zoom
Price: Members | €15 Non-Members | €25
Course Director at the European Sponsorship Association
In over 30 years in marketing, Peter has acquired unrivalled experience and become one of the UK’s leading exponents in sponsorship and corporate partnerships, having worked on many ground-breaking and award-winning projects.
He started his career as a Marketing Graduate with Cadbury Schweppes and quickly became a Brand Manager in 1980. Over the next decade, Peter moved into the agency world where he consolidated his experience in both sponsorship and sales promotion. His track record included working on the first ever major football sponsorships in the UK, the Milk Cup and the Canon League; managing the sponsorship of the Australian Cricket Team by Castlemaine XXXX; directing the British Athletics sponsorship portfolio and selling and implementing the London Marathon sponsorship for both NutraSweet and Flora.
Most recently he created and now runs the ESA Diploma which has become the sponsorship industry’s most esteemed training qualification. Since 2012 the Diploma has qualified over 350 industry practitioners. This has been followed by a similar training course for the Arts, the ESA Arts Sponsorship Certificate, which has been running since 2015.