Unlike other forms of communication, measuring the return on investment in sponsorships goes beyond financial gains and audience actions. Sponsors often engage in events and activities that can profoundly affect fans on an emotional level for commercial purposes, and this aspect deserves careful consideration. It’s the fans and event participants, whether they’re attending a match, participating in a league, enjoying a concert or festival, or partaking in a charity run, who can make or break the success of a sponsorship.
When navigating the intricate waters of media data, PR and Comms professionals find themselves at a crossroads. On one side, there’s the promise of magnifying reach and resonance with audiences. On the other, there’s the challenge of navigating an increasingly complex media landscape. This is where the power of media intelligence comes into play.
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The communications function is imperative to any organisation’s success, but a return on investment can be harder to prove against other business functions that can rely on financially orientated results. Data-based evidence is the norm in proving tangible results and media communications does not have to be the exception.