Jaguar has ramped up its association with the Wimbledon Championships by...
The new adidas by Stella McCartney Tennis collection has been unveiled ahead of Wimbledon and has been created using a range of innovative methods.
Material made from plastic waste intercepted from beaches before reaching the ocean, along with a synthetic fibre made from plastic bottles and old clothes, creates the 17-piece collection that will be debuted on court next month.
adidas has teamed up with other leading advertisers to form a new global marketing initiative aimed at improving digital safety.
The Global Alliance for Responsible Media will rally publishers and platforms to do more to address harmful and misleading content. It also wants them to work together to develop and deliver against a concrete set of actions, processes and protocols for protecting people and brands.
American Express is offering customers the opportunity to a play tennis with Andy Murray 'virtually' on Wimbledon Centre Court as part of its commercial activities at this year’s Championships.
The credit card provider has announced a series of on-site and remote activations, called Fan Experience, through a new multi-year partnership with The All England Lawn Tennis Club.
SRM Sport & Entertainment and StarWing Sports have agreed a strategic partnership that is designed to accelerate the commercial growth of both companies.
StarWing is a tennis talent agency whose client list includes the likes of Chris Evert, Stan Wawrinka, Jo Konta, Kyle Edmund and Gaël Monfils, as well as some of the sport’s most exciting rising stars.
Amazon has confirmed an exclusive rights deal in the UK and Ireland with the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), starting from 2020.
The four-year deal will start with a minimum of 49 tournaments next year. Amazon Prime members in the UK and Ireland will receive access to live events at no extra cost to their membership.
Prime members will be able to watch up to 2,000 live and on-demand matches each year, including premier events such as the BNP Paribas Open, Miami Open, Madrid Open and China Open, along with the season-ending WTA Finals in Shenzhen, China.
The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has launched its #JoinTheStory multimedia campaign ahead of this year’s Wimbledon Championships.
The campaign will run across broadcast, out-of-home and online and will showcase standout Wimbledon moments that have shared the front page with major news stories over the years. The campaign is designed to show how sport and society have influenced each other throughout history.
Sport Industry Group spoke to the AELTC’s James Ralley, Head of Commercial & Brand; Alexandra Willis, Head of Communications, Content & Digital; and Harry Kerr, Marketing Manager; to get the story behind Wimbledon’s #JoinTheStory campaign and hear the latest plans ahead of The Championships this year.
This week sees the launch of your new campaign for 2019, #JoinTheStory, tell us a bit about it?
Nike has released a powerful video following Nadal's third-straight victory at the Paris Open, raising his title count to 12. The win marked Rafa's 18th career major.
The video includes footage of Nadal in his first major tournament, up to his Paris win at the weekend, finishing with the message "Crazy dreams take crazy effort".
The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has become the latest major sporting...