Clothing & Accs.
Omega holds the most valuable deal in the luxury goods sector while Tissot have the most amount of deals according to research by Sports Sponsorship Insider.
Rolex-owned luxury watch brand Tudor has added sponsorship of World Rugby to its deals with the New Zealand All Blacks and high-profile sporting and celebrity ambassadors to build a brand identity distinct from its parent company.
Rolex-owned luxury watch brand Tudor’s new seven-year partnership with World Rugby is comfortably the biggest deal the global governing body has signed with a timing partner.
Swiss watchmaker Rolex has built a long-term marketing strategy around key sports and events in equestrianism, golf, motorsport, tennis and sailing.
Swiss watch manufacturer Rolex has taken over the title rights to the Paris Masters men’s tennis tournament from French bank BNP Paribas in a change of roles for two of the biggest sponsors in French tennis.
Swiss luxury watchmaker Hublot this month committed to a three-year deal with the International Cricket Council (ICC) after it had previously signed event-only deals with the federation.
Swiss watch maker TAG Heuer, owned by French luxury goods conglomerate LVMH, agreed a multi-year deal with the Chinese Football Association.
Swiss watchmaker Rolex will increase its investment in sponsoring golf's European Tour with the launch next year of the seven-event Rolex Series.
Emergent Formula One racing team Sahara Force India was able to carve out a one-race deal with on-car branding for the US clothing company Levi's because the logo rights were transferred from United Breweries, the drinks company part-owned by the team's principal Vijay Mallya.
Swiss watchmaker Tissot has become the first brand to sign up to the International Cycling Union’s (UCI) fledgling World Cycling Partner programme but the federation will look outside its portfolio to fill the remaining slots.
Clothing company Pepe Jeans accepted a deal with Red Bull Racing that offered significantly less visibility than its previous agreement because of the equity it has built with the Formula One team.
Watchmaker Tag Heuer added another property to its burgeoning motorsports portfolio under an agreement with the World Touring Car Championship (WTCC).
Danish fashion brand Bestseller will sponsor carmaker Renault’s new Formula One team, thus ensuring that Danish driver Kevin Magnussen gets one of the main driver positions for the 2016 season.