The eagerly awaited second edition of Sportcal’s unique and ground-breaking Global Sports Impact Report is available for purchase today.
The Global Sports Impact Report 2016 offers a wide range of analysis and discussion from every sector in sport. The report features expert and academic insights sharing data, narrative and best practice for the industry.
Governing bodies, rights holders, event organisers, government agencies, NGOs, sponsors, broadcasters and service providers will all find this year’s 428-page report invaluable.
The Global Sports Impact Report 2016 provides analysis of the impact of the sports industry over the last 18 months, both positive and negative. With in-depth analysis and data from 83 selected major international multi-sport games and world championship events in 2015, plus over 60 additional sports series, leagues and tours, the report delves deeper than ever before into the true global impact of sport.
Frequently the impact of sport, and the stories it generates, is missed, or goes unnoticed, and thus is lost. The GSI Report captures these narratives, and shares them with the wider sports community so that lessons can be learnt from what worked, and what didn’t.
The GSI Project has developed a more holistic view of the impact of sport and is not just focused on the economic and tourism values but also on a broader range of perspectives, including media, sponsorship, sporting, social and legacy.
The full cost of the report is £2,000 / US$ 2,700 / € 2,400 with discounts available to Sportcal subscribers, governing bodies and educational institutions.
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The GSI Report 2016 is a must-have report for anyone involved in sport.
The Global Sports Impact Report 2016
Event Hosting and Bidding
- Distribution of events in 2015
- Analysis of continents, nations and cities
- Sportcal’s Global Sports Nations Index 2015
- Sportcal’s Global Sports Cities Index 2015
- Review of events awarded during 2015
- Case Study: WTF bidding process 2017-2021
- Understanding what your fans want
Governance of Sport
- A review of sports governance issues in 2015
- Timeline reviews of FIFA and the IAAF
- Anti-doping: Who wants to know? Including an exclusive interview with ARD’s Hajo Seppelt
- Expert insight from the ICSS and Sportradar on the topic of match fixing
- What does the future hold for SportAccord – the organisation?
- Academic insight from the University of Lausanne: Sport governance: a new step
- Academic insight from the University of Colorado: Who needs independent experts?
- Discussion on the differing methodologies used to calculate economic impact using examples from 2015:
- Rugby World Cup
- FIFA Women’s World Cup
- ICC Cricket World Cup
- UCI Road World Championships
- World Archery Championships
- Analysis of attendance at world championships and multi-sport games in 2015
- Analysis of attendance at 62 major annual sports properties in 2015 including:
- North American sports
- US college sport
- Rugby union
- Rugby league
- Discussion on the thousands of bed nights created by participants and media before a single ticket is sold to a spectator
- Economic value of bed nights produced by participants, media and spectators
- Analysis of bed nights created through hosting events in 2015
- Expert insight from W2 Consulting: Sport tourism experience; the quality expectation
- Sports tourism facts and figures
- Discussion on the differing methodologies used to measure audience data
- Expert insight from the Media Intelligence Service of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU)
- Analysis of TV audiences in 2015
- Analysis of world championships and multi-sport games in 2015, including TV nations, broadcasters, TV hours and accredited media
- Pan American Games 2015
- Tour de France 2015
- QOROS World Table Tennis Championships 2015
Social Media Impact
- Sportcal’s GSI Social Media Index
- Social media growth analysis – 2015 vs 2016
- Expert insight from SnapRapid and EPFL on the topics of understanding the value of social media and understanding public opinion online
- GSI Social Media Index (Top 50)
- GSI Social Media Index (Top 65: growth 2015/2016)
- GSI Social Media Index (International Federations)
- 2015: A turbulent year for sponsors
- FIFA Women’s World Cup
- Rugby World Cup 2015
- A sponsor’s view: DHL
- World championship and multi-sport games analysis: Most active sponsors and sectors
- Sporting Impact: 2015 overview
- Competing nations analysis
- Athlete analysis
- Summer vs winter world championships analysis
- Gender analysis
- IAAF World Athletics Championships 2015
- The global athlete reach of major leagues, series and tours in 2015
- Expert insight from the IWF and Synergy on the topic of Women in Sport
- Social Impact overview
- Social Impact of events hosted in 2015
- FIG World Gymnastics Championships
- World Archery Championships
- Special Olympics Summer World Games
- Analysis of volunteering at world championships and multi-sport games in 2015
- Academic insight from Napier University, Edinburgh on the topic of legacy, who benefits and how we measure it
- Academic insight from the University of East Anglia, Loughborough University and Leeds Beckett University on the topic of London 2012 and legacy
- Data pages for each of the 83 world championships and multisport games covering up to 39 data analysis indicators allowing for holistic comparison and benchmarking
- A unique tourism impact insight from Sportcal’s exclusive bed night analysis
Packed with analysis, this 400+ page report is a must-read
for anyone involved in sport.