The Naming Rights Thread

absolute bobbins

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Accenuture are more likely than a company from Silicon Valley.

The only synergy that I can see would be from Google with Stadia needing a big push but it's increbly sketchy and Google drops stuff pretty quickly if they don't gain traction (Fiber, Ara, Glass) and naming rights deals only really work if they are long term witht eh same name.
 

Phischy

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The club made a series of these for companies they were courting for sponsorship to make it 'real'. There was a picture of one with Uber Stadium on it. Whilst I'm not saying this isn't possible, there is more than one of these floating around and it certainly isn't proof that a deal has been done.
 

Darrkespur

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What is this? A stadium for ants?
Off Topic Fun fact: the laboratory model in ant man was actually the same model as the school for ants in Zoolander.

On Topic - Google would be a very strong sponsor. The Stadia brand is still very much a gamble for them and isn't making much traction so I could see how this kind of linkup might make sense to them.
 

THFCSPURS19

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The club made a series of these for companies they were courting for sponsorship to make it 'real'. There was a picture of one with Uber Stadium on it. Whilst I'm not saying this isn't possible, there is more than one of these floating around and it certainly isn't proof that a deal has been done.
Oh yeah I completely agree - just posted in case people hadn't seen it as it suggests there may have been some interest and also gives us an idea as to what it would look like (y)
 

Lilbaz

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Google's analytics have got their mitts so deep in the fabric of the world now, it would be very hard for anyone to knock them off their perch.
If they stay bullish. If they rest on their laurels then someone will have a better product and they will fall. Some would argue firefox is superior. The chinese will be pushing their own brands.

In business nothing is static. It takes enormous effort to stay top of the hill.
 

soflapaul

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Google's analytics have got their mitts so deep in the fabric of the world now, it would be very hard for anyone to knock them off their perch.
Google as a strategic partner? Absolutely. LOL. "Florentino, our partner Google has determined that your cheating FFP by doing this and so and that and so. We furthermore have a list of all the searches Zidane has done from his desk. We go public unless you give us Bale, Isco and 30M for VJ and GN."
 

fridgemagnet

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Facebook would be exciting with previous Zuckerberg rumours of a takeover.
Not sure if we'd want to be linked with Facebook. They've been churning out scandals as of late.
I would be disappointed with FB or any association with them which would include the boggle eyed one.

Then my onions are biased as I despise social media in general; IMHO it's a large part of why the people are getting stupider and the world's descending downhill to shitballs fast, people deserve the frozen pineapple they've got coming quite frankly.
 
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