Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Supported by lucrative TV broadcasting rights agreements, corporate sponsorships and spectator interest, the Sport Administrative Services industry in Australia is expected to grow at annualised 3.0% per year over the five years through 2012-13, achieving turnover of $3.49 billion. In 2012-13, industry revenue is expected to grow 4.8%. Major events including the 2012 London Olympics aided industry expansion, as did the introduction of Cricket's Big Bash League, the expansion of various codes, the success of the Australian Open and renegotiation of television broadcast deals.
As major competitions continue to prosper, so too does their desire to expand their operations beyond their heartland... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Analysis Chapter
As Australians grow wealthier and more aware of the importance of health and wellbeing, the Sports Administrative Services industry is likely to benefit from their discretionary spending and growing demand for sports viewing. Across the five years through 2012-13, the industry has posted consistent revenue growth at an annualised rate of 3.0% per year to lead to revenue of $3.49 billion. For 2012-13, revenue growth is expected to reach 4.7%. Growth over the past five years was sparked by the reviving strategies of a number of sporting associations. Two notable examples for these new strategies include the AFL's rule changes to suit modern audiences and the introduction and success of A-League soccer, broadening the market for sport in Australia... purchase to read more