Definition of Sponsorship. Meaning of Sponsorship. Synonyms of Sponsorship

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Definition of Sponsorship

Sponsorship
Sponsorship Spon"sor*ship, n. State of being a sponsor.

Meaning of Sponsorship from wikipedia

- provides the support, similar to a benefactor, is known as the sponsor. Sponsorship is a cash and/or in-kind fee paid to a property (typically in sports...
- Fiscal sponsorship refers to the practice of non-profit organizations offering their legal and tax-exempt status to groups—typically projects—engaged...
- Look up sponsor in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Sponsor or sponsorship may refer to a person or organization with some role (especially one of responsibility)...
- Formula One sponsorship liveries have been used since 1968, replacing national colours. Major sponsors such as BP, S****, and Firestone had pulled out...
- to Scotiabank Arena. On August 29, 2017, a 20-year/$800 Million (CAD) sponsorship deal was reached between Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment and Canada's...
- The sponsorship scandal, AdScam or Sponsorgate, was a scandal in Canada that came as a result of a federal government "sponsorship program" in the province...
- The National League, known as the Vanarama National League for sponsorship reasons, is the highest level of the National League System and fifth-highest...
- Project sponsorship is the ownership of projects on behalf of the client organization. There are two main differences between project sponsorship and project...
- dramatically. In 2008 German club FC Bayern Munich received €25 million in sponsorship money from Deutsche Telekom. However Spanish clubs FC Barcelona and Athletic...
- A sponsorship broker is an individual, or agency, that procures sponsorship funding for properties (defined as an outlet with a captive audience that...