What a year for sport 2016 has been!! The Olympics, England being great at rugby, rubbish at football and infuriatingly inconsistent at cricket. Not to mention Andy Murray cementing his place in the pantheon of great British sportsmen.
But what do Team LSM make of it all? We asked them about their memories, their standout stars and their own personal achievements of the sporting year.
Here’s what they told us….
In order to create a novel platform for Arkadin to network with their high-end clients and to boost participation at corporate events as well as heighten their selling expertise, Logan Sports Marketing produced an event focused on technology at the stylish eatery Sexy Fish in Mayfair.
LSM is delighted to be working with Crabbie’s Alcoholic Ginger Beer to activate and maximise a multi-layered, nationwide rugby sponsorship commitment. The world-leading alcoholic ginger beer company has made a commitment to rugby, both League and Union, that spans professional sponsorship, grassroots support and consumer promotion.
In September 2016, EY announced that they were becoming a Principal Partner of The British & Irish Lions Tour to New Zealand in 2017. We are very proud to once again be working alongside EY to build on the hugely successful Rugby World Cup 2015 partnership, which demonstrated that rugby partnerships can provide a powerful business development vehicle for EY.
On Wednesday 7th September, Logan Sports Marketing provided end-to-end Event Management for a gala fundraising dinner hosted by GE to raise money for Help for Heroes.
The Logan Invitational is somewhat of a flagship event for LSM. The opportunity to create both a memorable golf event and hold a gala fundraising dinner is really exciting for us. We work with Kenny and Gabby to ensure we create an event that fits their vision, all the way from choosing a venue, selling teams and bringing sponsors on board to on the day execution and to planning the dinner, auction and entertainment.
Planning for the inaugural Logan Invitational Charity Golf Day in aid of Help for Heroes is storming ahead. Kenny & Gabby are thrilled with the support and interest they’ve had so far and only 2 out of the 18 teams remain to be sold – so you need to move quickly if you want to join us on the day!
Having organised a number of events for Arkadin in the UK, we went on to speak with the team in Sweden, who share the same goals as the UK team – to create, build and cement relationships with their customers.