...that is now the size of the equestrian research panel that has been set up by Sportswise and BETA to offer affordable market research to the equestrian industry. The research panel enables equestrian based organisations to conduct affordable strategic research on issues pertinent to their...
Following their success at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Sportswise has been commissioned by British Swimming to conduct a piece of research aimed at creating a new British Swimming Supporters Club. The objective of the club will be to offer richer engagement and communications with followers of the...
US based insurer AON Corp. Has committed over £80m over 4 years beginning in 2010 to be the new primary sponsor of Manchester United. At a time when the financial services sector is hiding behind the sofa this is a quite stunningly aggressive move – and very smart!
Sportswise has completed a major piece of research for FA Learning which has delivered quality insight and recommendations for growing The FA Coaches Association (FACA). Sportswise worked closely with The FA to understand the issues and target groups for coaching and then to build a research survey...
A new Sportswise survey of 17 Premier League, Championship and Guinness Premiership clubs reveals that as many as a third of enquiries for corporate hospitality go unanswered and end up going to voicemail.
Sportswise have teamed up with leading US sponsorship research agency, rEvolution, to deliver ROI research on a major sports sponsorship in the UK. Working closely with the team at rEvolution Sportswise delivered a major project for a global electronics client involved with Premier League...
Sportswise have been commissioned by Leicester Tigers - the newly crowned champions of the Guinness Premiership - to manage 3 research surveys looking at how the club can continue to grow and build their support base. The surveys focus on new consumer support, business support and current business...
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