At the end of a 6 month events & promotions campaign for a developer client with
recreational developments in Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan, Mexico we analyzed the
results of our client’s strategy to determine strengths and weaknesses. The objective of the analysis was to design a plan of action to improve the existing Return on Investment (ROI). S&R evaluated results, and developed a series of recommendations to increase ROI by focusing time, effort and investment on the more successful and cost-efficient elements of the campaign. The modified campaign concluded with a significant increase in prospects and sales.
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Marketingpartnerships and event sponsorships are effective marketing tools. The first refers to linking two or more different non-competing brands for marketing purposes. The second refers to brands that become supporters of charities, sporting events, trade shows, etc. We highly recommend both options because they are cost-effective and – when implemented correctly- provide outstanding results. When S&R designs and implements such strategies for our clients, the efforts generate all or o most of the following (depending on the clients’ needs):
Exposure to new consumers
Partnerships with brands that are prestigious and important to
We rely on our networks and those of our clients to carefully seek-out and evaluate opportunities that will provide the best return on investment. When searching for the best opportunity for your brand it is important to know who the target market is and how you want to reach them. Some organizations are better set-up than others to provide the right value. Annual events and sports organizations often have an established framework within which they work with partners and sponsors. Others, who have access to your target market, may not have previously provided the service your company requires or are simply less efficient. Therefore it is important for the marketer to be involved through every step of the campaign.
Partnership and Sponsorship Marketing initiatives Sinclair and Ruiz has coordinated on behalf of our clients include:
In-kind sponsorships for charity tournaments, cultural and business events. Benefits include brand exposure in printed materials; value added advertising; spoken acknowledgements; speaking opportunities, and activation at the events.
Coordination and implementation of advertising campaigns between different segments of the tourism industry (destination, country, airline, travel agents).
Sponsorship and partnership of sporting events and organizations. Benefits include media exposure, brand exposure in printed materials, spoken acknowledgements, speaking opportunities, activation at the events.
These marketing efforts work well for small businesses as well as large organizations. In order to make the most of partnerships and sponsorships, companies should gain exposure through an integrated mix of advertising and PR. As always there should be a consistent message directed towards a clear objective.
The Convention is organized by the National Confederation of Mexican Chambers of Commerce and will take place on January 25th and 26th at the Hilton Hotel in Mexico City. Featured guests and keynote speakers include, Mexican President Felipe Calderon and Mexico’s Secretary of Tourism Gloria Guevara.
Vancouver, B.C. – January 24th, 2011- Sinclair and Ruiz Consulting will provide international public relations services for Mexico’s the third annual National Tourism Convention. The Confederation of Mexican Chambers of Commerce (CONCANACO SERVYTUR), presided by Jorge E. Dávila Flores, will host the convention on January 25th and 26th, 2011 in Mexico City.
This year’s event is the first to bring together national and international stakeholders in Mexico’s tourism industry, as well as government representatives, and academia. Special guests include Mexican President Felipe Calderon, Mexico’s Secretary of Tourism Gloria Guevara Manzo and Joint Director for the Mexico Tourism Board Rodolfo Lopez Negrete Coppel. Industry speakers include Royal Caribbean Cruises Vice President of Government Relations for Caribbean, Latin America and Asia Michael Ronan; and Softec Mexico’s Associate Director Gene Towle; among others. The Tourism Industry has great expectations for President Calderon’s address as well as the presentation by the Secretary of Tourism and Mr. Davila Flores’ address on behalf of the private sector.
The magnitude of the 2011 convention is the brainchild of Mr. Davila Flores, who as president of the National Confederation of Chambers of commerce, has encouraged positive engagement of all tourism-related issues. Among other initiatives, Mr. Davila Flores promotes the “Let’s speak positively about Mexico, because we are all Mexico” slogan among the organization’s members. The slogan aims to motivate the nation’s private sector to focus and build on the country’s positive attributes. Through support for the National Tourism Convention the Confederation of Mexican Chambers shows its commitment to developing concrete actions to back-up the slogan.
S&R is thrilled to collaborate with the Confederation of Mexican Chambers on this high profile event that will influence the international tourism industry.