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Will Your Company Sports Tickets Survive the Next Economic Downturn?

Will Your Company Sports Tickets Survive the Next Economic Downturn?

When times are good, companies don’t often question the effectiveness of their sports tickets and sponsorships. But when markets grow unstable, sponsorships are seen as a luxury the business can no longer afford, and end up on the chopping block. Smart managers protect their sponsorships by putting real systems in place to prove the value of these assets to their organizations.

Join Broadridge Financial’s Jeff Rayner, Konica Minolta’s Amelia Hill, and TicketManager’s Matt Huff to learn how top companies prepare their sports sponsorship programs to weather all economic conditions. See what data companies use to measure success and justify their sponsorships.

In 60 minutes, the Webinar will cover the following, and more:

  • People: The professionals responsible for evaluating the performance of sports sponsorships for their organization
  • Processes: The processes, reports, and procedures companies establish to demonstrate the value of their sponsorships
  • Platforms: The tools companies use to manage tickets and other sponsorship assets
  • Partners: The organizations companies turn to for help managing sponsorship assets
  • Purpose: Help companies recession-proof their sports sponsorships by revealing the processes that prove the value of these investments to internal stakeholders

Plus, you will also receive:

  • PDF of the PowerPoint Presentation
  • Answers to your specific questions during interactive Q&A session

Jeff Rayner, Chief Operating Officer of Global Marketing Strategy and Operations, Broadridge Financial

Jeff oversees a vast client entertainment budget including programs with the New York Yankees, Mets, Rangers, Knicks and more.


Amelia Hill, Manager, Sports Marketing & Sponsorships, Konica Minolta

Amelia oversees sports partnerships and marketing efforts for the company’s US-based operations. She is responsible for strategic sponsorship growth, growing brand value and managing the company’s involvement with charitable sporting events such as the National Kidney Foundation’s annual Golf Classic and the Blue Angels Foundation’s Golf & Tennis Classic, which recently raised $1.2 million for wounded veterans in Konica Minolta’s first year as title sponsor.


Matt Huff, Vice President of Customer Success, TicketManager

TicketManager is a leading SaaS application that helps companies manage, track and report on their sports and entertainment tickets. Matt’s primary responsibilities include executive management of the Customer Success, Software Support, and Account Services teams, initial sales engagement support, relationship management for key accounts, and revenue retention and expansion.


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The presentation, materials and content of this web seminar are the intellectual property of ESP Properties, LLC and are presented for the educational use of each paying customer and their organization. Any reproduction or rebroadcast of this seminar, or the content contained within, without the expressed written consent of ESP Properties, LLC is strictly prohibited.

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