The Financial Situation (5 Viewers)

piotrr

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Sep 13, 2011
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Really no one wants to sponsor us even with Ronaldo? :sergio:

Or do we own jeep so much we have to keep them on the shirts? Would be so many different ways to keep their funding and get a real shirt sponsor...
 
Jul 13, 2010
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47M Adidas (although I found it's 51M on some sites)
45M Jeep
10M Allianz
5M Cygames
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107M/year from major sponsors

Is that correct?

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Really no one wants to sponsor us even with Ronaldo? :sergio:

Or do we own jeep so much we have to keep them on the shirts? Would be so many different ways to keep their funding and get a real shirt sponsor...
It would be nice to have Ferrari on the shirt, but the connection between it and Juve as a bit weak
 

Dru

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Aug 8, 2006
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Fiat sponsorship wouldn’t make sense from a business perspective.

If the club truly wants to make big sponsorship $$ then they need to find a sponsor that not only offers top $ but is also controversial and looking to enter/succeed in the Italian market for custody’s/users, etc.

for example - p.hub

they tried to hit naming rights to the arena in Miami but due to conservative mindsets the deal didn’t go thru.

Italy would burn to the ground if juve ✖️ PHub had a deal

:lol:
 

Salvo

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Dec 17, 2007
56,830
Fiat sponsorship wouldn’t make sense from a business perspective.

If the club truly wants to make big sponsorship $$ then they need to find a sponsor that not only offers top $ but is also controversial and looking to enter/succeed in the Italian market for custody’s/users, etc.

for example - p.hub

they tried to hit naming rights to the arena in Miami but due to conservative mindsets the deal didn’t go thru.

Italy would burn to the ground if juve PHub had a deal

:D
 
Nov 25, 2005
31,806
Fiat sponsorship wouldn’t make sense from a business perspective.

If the club truly wants to make big sponsorship $$ then they need to find a sponsor that not only offers top $ but is also controversial and looking to enter/succeed in the Italian market for custody’s/users, etc.

for example - p.hub

they tried to hit naming rights to the arena in Miami but due to conservative mindsets the deal didn’t go thru.

Italy would burn to the ground if juve ✖️ PHub had a deal

:lol:
Speaking of pornhub, it is compeletely ruined. Due to some bullshit investigation PH removed all amateur content from the site, leaving only videos posted by professional/verified uploaders :sergio:
 

Knowah

I would suck Marchisio
Jan 28, 2013
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The logo is Jeep because its the most recognized brand globally that Fiat has I believe.

I know a few Jeep enthusiasts (yuck, yes, they exist in America and offroad like crazy) who have bought Juventus gear simply for the Jeep logo.
 

Knowah

I would suck Marchisio
Jan 28, 2013
2,415
Umm ever heard about Ferrari? :D

I know I know, it doesnt need advirtising.
No, good point. The problem with Ferrari is it doesn't have that same "every man" lure that Jeep does comparatively. It's defnitely more luxury brand and although infinitely more recognizeable from a sporting perspective in Europe due to F1, it's known almost exclusively as a rapper or actor car brand in the US. Not saying the US is solely the reason but Jeep is recognizeable everywhere and has none of those connotations of luxury or high class.
 
Dec 31, 2000
56,866
Hello, analysts.

I'm reading the annual report and the biggest source of revenue, apparently, is Players' registration rights. What on earth is this??? What exactly is the revenue stream from having a bunch of signed contracts? Could this be revenue from sale of shirts?
EDIT: Found it in the notes. It's capital gains. Amounts to 172m for 19/20.


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I also noticed there are 1.3bn shares outstanding. In the 2002 report there were 38.7m. That's a dilution rate of 20% per year or some such, wild!
 
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Dec 21, 2012
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Hello, analysts.

I'm reading the annual report and the biggest source of revenue, apparently, is Players' registration rights. What on earth is this??? What exactly is the revenue stream from having a bunch of signed contracts? Could this be revenue from sale of shirts?
EDIT: Found it in the notes. It's capital gains. Amounts to 172m for 19/20.


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I also noticed there are 1.3bn shares outstanding. In the 2002 report there were 38.7m. That's a dilution rate of 20% per year or some such, wild!
The famous plusvalenza.
 

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