Running throughout the 2019 AFL season, Clangers Happen was a comic campaign pushing the idea that insurance brand AAMI is there to help when things go wrong.
Official NRL spirits sponsor Bundaberg Rum leveraged its rights through the 2019 Finals Series with a responsible drinking campaign called ‘Stay in the Game’.
For its 2018 and 2019 Australian Open activations, ANZ sought to burnish its corporate reputation by replacing Novak Djokovic with wheelchair champion Dylan Alcott as the face of ANZ tennis.
October 2019 saw Under Armour release a brand-building film showcasing the struggles and triumphs of the Indian Women’s National Ice Hockey Team.
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) has agreed a deal to sponsor the 2022 edition of the Asian Games multi-sport event, which will be held in Hangzhou
Triathlon events organisation Ironman has agreed a multi-year partnership with Pure Sports Nutrition for its Oceania series
US technology giant Intel has announced plans for activations at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games that will showcase its technology and an esports tournament in Tokyo in the lead-up to the Games
Nutrition company Herbalife has made a donation of $1.5m (€1.3
During the opening weekend of the 2019 Rugby World Cup, Steinlager leveraged its partnership with the All Blacks via ‘Black Laundry’, an experiential activation backed by an integrated marketing campaign.
Running from March 2018 to May 2019, Drive for More leveraged Yokohama’s Chelsea shirt sponsorship to convert consumers at the point of sale.
DHL, official logistics supplier to the 2019 Rugby World Cup, rolled out an epic campaign of activations through 2018 and 2019.
March 2020 saw Standard Chartered celebrate a decade of Liverpool FC sponsorship with a blockbuster film called ‘A Liverpool Story’, which emphasised the values of determination and long-term commitment.
At the 2019 Hong Kong Sevens, French rugby legend Sébastien Chabal fronted activations for Marriott aimed at promoting the Bonvoy rewards programme in Asia-Pacific.
The stand-out activation in Malaysia Airlines' three-season partnership with Liverpool was a spring 2018 contest that incentivised fans to create and share their unique Liverpool cheers.
During the 2019 State of Origin series, Nestlé’s lozenge brand Soothers ran a campaign based on incentivising fans of both participating teams to submit their throat straining cheers of support.
Ahead of the All Blacks making the trip to Japan for the 2019 Rugby World Cup, Air New Zealand dropped a ‘safety video’ and support-building marketing campaign.
Nissan activated its rights around the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy through a social campaign in India that offered low-latency Twitter highlights of the key match action.
Wanda activated its rights around the 2018 Russia World Cup through a multi-strand activation spanning a flag-bearer experience, hospitality programme, fan ticketing and a digital experience.
For the 2018 Formula One season, Heineken activated its rights through a four-city media/influencer PR programme linking host city underground culture to F1 lifestyles.
The International Cricket Council has renewed its global partnership with Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo at a rights fee increase of about 19 per cent
Around Peru’s World Cup 2018 away play-off match against New Zealand, national-team sponsor Cristal ‘hacked’ the opposition team’s shirt so the stadium in Wellington appeared full of away support.
China’s General Administration of Sport has announced 'Team China' as the collective brand name for its national sports teams.
AIA leveraged its partnership with Tottenham Hotspur to create video content pushing its umbrella corporate commitment to helping people live ‘Healthier, Longer, Better Lives’ across Asia-Pacific.
Uber Eats set out to grab the attention of the Australian Open audience with post-ad break spots that replicated the event so effectively that viewers thought they had returned to the tennis broadcast.
Indian tyre-maker Apollo Tyres built a unified marketing campaign that aligned its sponsorship of Manchester United with its Indian properties.
AIG’s ‘Effort is Effort’ campaign around New Zealand Rugby’s women’s team helped elevate the diversity agenda internally, created a platform to recognise female leadership and brought AIG’s New Zealand Rugby partnership to a new audience.
National Australia Bank (NAB) aligned its assets across the AFL and AFL Women’s competition to meet their brand awareness and affinity objectives and build a strong rapport across AFL’s fan base.