04 Mar 2015
The latest Thought leadership from PwC Switzerland, in collaboration with the International Football Arena and Exozet, takes a global view of the football industry, focusing on the cutting edge technology and changing fan expectations which are proving to be "game changers".
26 Feb 2015
The PwC delegation to the Convention includes people from key territories across their global network – from Switzerland to the Middle East, and from the United States to Russia.
27 Jan 2015
Phoenix market has come of age as a special event destination with this year’s Super Bowl serving as the first in a series of mega sports events to be hosted over the next three years.
02 Dec 2014
The football business has entered the digital age. Clubs are using personalised content as the new driver of media revenue streams. Advanced technologies are opening up new business models and growth strategies. These are the results of the study “Football’s Digital Transformation – Growth opportunities for football clubs in the digital age”.
27 Oct 2014
As the official Sponsor of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics, Samil agreed to offer the best of its professional services to the Organizing Committee in terms of accounting, finance, and other various consulting needs until 2018.
07 Oct 2014
The outllok updates our perspective on recent results and potential opportunities and challenges to future industry growth in North America. This year’s edition provides revenue projections over five years to 2018 within four key segments of the North America sports market: gate revenues, media rights, sponsorship, and merchandising.
08 Jul 2014
PwC will be providing expertise to help deliver the event as well as volunteers at the Games itself. PwC has also launched a ‘crowdsourcing’ initiative across its 17,000 strong UK workforce called 'the One Campaign', inviting employees to submit their ideas on how PwC can further help provide a legacy for current and future wounded, injured and sick Servicemen and women leaving the armed forces.
26 May 2014
As hosts Brazil prepare to kick off the FIFA World Cup in Sao Paulo on Thursday June 12th, PwC has turned to ‘econometrics’ in a bid to determine success and failure at this major sporting event.
08 Apr 2014
The PwC Analysis is based on historical results and ice hockey conditions of every country.
08 Apr 2014
PwC presents a framework to help host cities match their development priorities with the right sporting event
07 Apr 2014
PwC, a Gold Partner of the SportAccord Convention, estimates the direct economic impacts of the SportAccord Convention 2014 in Belek / Antalya, Turkey at US$2.25 million in spending of non-resident participants in the event.
09 Jan 2014
PwC named the exclusive financial services supplier of the Nanjing 2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games
20 Sep 2013
SportAccord Convention announced that the 2013 edition of the event delivered economic impact equivalent to US$7.69 million for the host city of Saint Petersburg, Russia, according to research conducted by PwC, the global network of professional services firms.
26 Feb 2013
The partnership demonstrates PwC’s commitment to the global sports industry at a time when it is playing an integral role in the delivery of major events in Russia including the Kazan 2013 Universiade, and Sochi 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
SportAccord Convention announced today that PwC will be a Gold Partner of SportAccord Convention for this year’s event taking place from 6-11 April 2014 at the Susesi Convention Centre in Belek/Antalya, Turkey, one of the biggest and most modern congress centres in the Mediterranean area.
Global Sports Industry Congress
At the International Sports Event Management Awards in London on 6 November 2013, PwC won a bronze medal in the Best Use of Sponsorship category for its partnership with Universiade 2013 in Kazan.
Hosting SportAccord Convention 2013 will give a significant boost to the economy of host city Saint Petersburg, according to research revealed today at the Convention by PwC, the global network of professional services firms.