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Share of sport sponsors who think sports will lose in significance Europe 2018

Share of sponsors who believe that selected sports will lose in sponsoring significance in Austria, Germany and Switzerland in 2018

by David Lange, last edited May 20, 2019
Share of sport sponsors who think sports will lose in significance Europe 2018 The statistic displays the results of a survey on the share of sport sponsoring organisations and companies in Austria, Germany and Switzerland who believe that selected types of sports will lose in significance in sponsoring in 2018. During the survey period from October to November 2017, it was found that 52 percent of responding sponsorship organisations stated they believed boxing would receive less sponsoring.
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by David Lange, last edited May 20, 2019
The statistic displays the results of a survey on the share of sport sponsoring organisations and companies in Austria, Germany and Switzerland who believe that selected types of sports will lose in significance in sponsoring in 2018. During the survey period from October to November 2017, it was found that 52 percent of responding sponsorship organisations stated they believed boxing would receive less sponsoring.
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