in improvement of
– the visitor journey
– Wagering / betting
– Ticketing infrastructures
– Events & hospitality facilities
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– Field design, turf,, tracks, lighting…
– Game regulation & regulation facilities
– Press & media (broadcast) facilities
– AV ( IPTV, Boards, LED Screens, Audio systems, dynamic signage…)
– IT (Network, WIFI, mobile communication…)
– Security (CCTV, access control…)
– Building Management Systems & LEED
Over a decade to serve success of sports venues around the world
For over a decade, ADERASSA has supported more than 30 large venues projects ($ 100 Million up to $ 1.5 Billion) around the world in helping owners and operators to find the best balance between sources of revenue (FAN EXPERIENCE) and the inherited costs (TECHNICAL INFRASTRUCTURES).
Our Cost of Revenue Management approach allows to:
– save money (from programming to operations)
– attract new attenders
– develop new economic models
Fully oriented on the operations (actual or future), ADERASSA works to serve the interest of the owner and operators in conjunction with the project team, the architects, the consultants, the owner’s representative or the PMO of the project.
As part of its international expansion, the company has established its headquarters in NYC in 2019.
What is Cost of Revenue?
It is the total cost of producing and distributing services for the FAN EXPERIENCE in the venue.
TV: the best friend and the worst enemy for sports venues
Today, we cannot imagine not broadcasting a sports event on TV, It allows :
– Regional or college events to be seen throughout the country,
– To people who are not at the venue of being able to bet and even from thousands of kilometers.
– To collect TV rights
– To attract sponsors looking for visibility
– To engage new fans…
It is therefore important to pay special attention to broadcast infrastructures in order to attract broadcasters and make the experience of fans who can not attend the event the most immersive possible.
In an era when fans at home can watch multiple games at the same time on their large screen last generation, lounging in their comfortable couch, eating their warm delivered pizza with their iced beer.
when the stadium video board can’t match the number of highlights available on an iPad, when fans inside a stadium get poor cell-phone reception while those at home are texting and Twittering, when fans need to be at the venue 2 hours before the event dealinging with trafic jam (before and after the event)…
This why owners, associations, operators, clubs need to find new ways to attract attenders in the facilty.