Netballcrazy1ParticipantDecember 10, 2020 at 10:19 amPost count: 1389Netballcrazy1ParticipantDecember 10, 2020 at 10:32 amPost count: 1389
Page 40 and 41 have a great simple representation of viewership figures and revenue in comparison to other sport and previous years. But, concerningly, THE DATA FIGURES DO NOT INCLUDE ANY 2020 STATISTICS which is a big problem.
Haven’t had a chance to do a deep dive but the financial section of the report does seem somewhat concerning.
Also good to see them highlight the problem with the new ANL competition, the ANC.
Whilst this is a sensible move considering the tighter fiscal environment faced by Australian netball including through the unanticipated impact of COVID-19, a one-to-two-week competition is a significant downgrade from the multi-week competition initially envisaged. Given the importance of this component
of the pathway, reconstituting the ANL in a form that provides significant development opportunities should be a priority as Australian netball’s financial situation improves.Netballcrazy1ParticipantDecember 10, 2020 at 10:37 amPost count: 1389
Unfortunately, this was also another conclusion they reached. Hope it’s not what it sounds like.
Innovation: Innovative commercial structures to attract private investment into the league should be a priority – private equity, owners of other complementary team franchises or broadcast partners. Work should be done
on the viability of private equity investment as part of preparing for the 2021 contract renewals of broadcast, team, and sponsorship deals. Innovation in product – the Super Shot should just be the beginning. SSN should be used as a testing ground to innovate in the sport.Ian HarkinModeratorDecember 10, 2020 at 7:18 pmPost count: 6308
The Netball Australia policy that would make legend Liz Ellis ‘proud’
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