Addison Global Limited

  • Sponsorship Manager

    Job Locations GI-Gibraltar
    Job ID
    Permanent Full-Time
  • Overview

    The successful candidate will drive day to day management of our key relationships with sponsorship rights holders, including our Official Betting Partnerships with Manchester United and Watford FC. The purpose is to continually develop, innovate, plan and implement the sponsorship strategy to maximise ROI for our business. The Sponsorship Manager will work closely with the VP Sponsorship to ensure every opportunity to promote the brand is optimised to its fullest – gaining significant reach and standing out from the crowd.  As we look to evolve the existing sponsorship portfolio, it will also be important to help assess new opportunities in line with our marketing strategy.   


    What you'll do:

    • Work closely with the VP Sponsorship to activate sponsorship rights with maximum impact
    • Leverage our sponsorships to yield the best levels of exposure and access to global audiences
    • Manage the full process of regular sponsorship campaigns in collaboration with key internal stakeholders (CRM, social media, on-site banners, print advertisements etc)
    • Manage all tickets & hospitality allocations
    • Manage branding approvals with rights holders
    • Support the VP Sponsorship on managing major campaigns with rights holders (player appearances, money-can’t-buy experiences, associated free-to-play games, competitions, giveaways etc)
    • Support and help ideate innovatively to achieve a best in class activation approach
    • Serve as a key contributor in long term sponsorship planning with multiple right holders


    Who you are:

    • Experience in Sport sponsorship is essential
    • A proven track record in running successful marketing campaigns linked to sports sponsorship
    • Experience in managing strategic & tactical partnerships either brand, agency or rights holder side
    • Account management skills, with clear evidence of delivery within structured timeframes


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