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Nielsen introduces sports data and insight platform Stadium into Australasian market

Nielsen introduces sports data and insight platform Stadium into Australasian market
November 26, 2021

Global measurement company Nielsen has launched Stadium, its new client engagement platform, into the Australia and New Zealand market.

Provides single sign-on access to a suite of syndicated Nielsen data sets, Stadium is a robust and comprehensive benchmarking tool for the sports marketing landscape.

Intuitive, interactive and user-friendly, Stadium has been designed specifically for a local client base and local market.

Stadium is a versatile information source that delivers a benchmark of key property health performance criteria, including:

  • Understanding the relative media value, top to bottom, of sponsorship assets in market
  • Understanding the value and share derived at a sport, code, team and venue level
  • Understanding the value and share derived at an industry category and brand level
  • Correlating the share of sponsorship value derived by industry segments, verse traditional advertising trends
  • Understanding key trends in advertising expenditure to help you plan and prospect against commercial partnership objectives

Fans and Consumers

  • Understanding key consumer interests and interactions with sports entities
  • Accurately sizing fan base footprints - sports, codes, leagues, events and teams
  • Defining the profiles, attitudes and lifestyle connections associated with sports fans
  • Defining the purchasing power traits of sports fans and their value to relevant industry categories

Introducing Stadium, Scott Gillham, Head of Nielsen Sports - Pacific advised “our objective is to make it simple and easy for clients to access data that can help build unique value propositions around their fan bases and monetise their assets.

“Our investment in Nielsen Stadium, represents the next phase in bringing together the broad range of Nielsen data into a single platform to help clients achieve their commercial goals”.

Nielsen Sports, Head of Product - Pacific added “bringing together media evaluation, advertising expenditure and in-depth consumer behaviour tracking into a single system delivers a comparable benchmark of key performance criteria across 200 Pacific sports entities. Whilst also segmenting key media landscape and consumer behaviour trends across 30 industry categories that play a critical role in supporting and activating the Pacific sports landscape.”

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