Asian Sponsorship Association

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Asian Sponsorship Association
HeadquartersSingapore
WebsiteAsian Sponsorship Association

Asian Sponsorship Association is a non-profit organisation whose mission is to significantly improve sponsorship practices in Asia in order to drive knowledge, business and market share of the global sponsorship industry.

In September 2013, a decision was made by 150 industry professionals to create the Association and it has since been incorporated in Singapore in December 2013

It aims to address a lack of growth in the industry across Asia. According to specialist research agencies, Asia represents between 23%[1] of the global sponsorship market (source: IEG, owned by GroupM of the WPP group) and 14% (source: Asia Sponsorship News, a privately owned consultancy) yet it holds 60% of the world's consumer base[2]

This is caused by several factors:

Specialist service providers have been secured by the ASA to support its members. One such company is Asia Sponsorship News, or ASN. ASN is a market intelligence consultancy, operating since 2007, which distributes news, analytics and insights on a subscription basis, with a bespoke consultancy and training service. ASN's data allows sponsorship professionals trade faster and more efficiently in an environment of greater transparency.

The ASA also has 15 founding organisations to help advise the Association on its direction - these include HSBC, Google, Fox International Channels, Singapore Sports Council, Yum Group and many other blue-chip corporations. The ASA aims to be fully operational in Q2-2014 and will be based in Singapore

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