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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby LMA » Wed Feb 26, 2020 6:09 pm

Booney wrote:
MW wrote:classy


Expect nothing less.


The bloke has old quotes, he probably considers wins, as his signature. That says it all.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby stan » Thu Feb 27, 2020 5:59 am

UK Fan wrote:
Booney wrote:
whufc wrote:If you were a Port fan you would just have to be pretty positive about the off-field management in recent times. Both from a financial sustainability point of view and community impact.

Ill go wash my mouth out now.


Copied. Pasted. Stored.

We're still a long way from being in the black (white and teal), however agreements like this certainly help. There's little doubt the China Strategy ( despite this years game increasingly likely to not go ahead ) is paying dividends for the club.

Most importantly we've now got a full time employee in Shanghai working the business circuit :

(Nov 6, 2019 )

The most significant signing of Port Adelaide’s off-season could prove to be the one that took place in Shanghai just this morning.

Zhang Tao (or Tony Zhang, in the anglicised version) is a career diplomat who has managed Austrade’s Qingdao office in Shandong Province and served as a Trade Commissioner at the Australian Embassy in Beijing, overseeing financial services, mining, energy and food and beverage.

In 2009 he was appointed as the NSW government’s Commissioner of Trade and Investment in Shanghai, charged with attracting billions of dollars of investment into Sydney and forging close ties with Chinese government at all levels.


This is a really important step for the club, a full time trade negotiator on the ground working for the club in Shanghai.


Is he still alive ??
What sort of a shit comment is that?

Honestly what is wrong with you?

You really are a shit bloke. I get the Port hate and since your a Centrals person you have the added Roy Laird chip on your shoulder as well, but pull your head in.

Maybe one say the Mods will actually do there job around here.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Booney » Thu Feb 27, 2020 6:45 am

LMA wrote:
UK Fan wrote:
LMA wrote:
But I thought the success of the China Strategy was determined by crowd figures :)

Good job Port, hopefully it pays dividends.


No you need China due to lack of crowds. I thought that obvious.

Plus Financial success is thru depreciation write offs and revaluing memorabilia.

Everyone knows that.


Didn’t Renault sign up as sponsors of PAFC long term not that long ago ?? How did that turn out ??


About as well as your car sponsor ;)


In 2013 Renault signed a 3 year deal. 13,14,15.

In 15 they extended it for 2 years. 16, 17.

Then didn't renew the agreement.

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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby mighty hounds » Thu Feb 27, 2020 9:44 am

stan wrote:
UK Fan wrote:
Booney wrote:
whufc wrote:If you were a Port fan you would just have to be pretty positive about the off-field management in recent times. Both from a financial sustainability point of view and community impact.

Ill go wash my mouth out now.


Copied. Pasted. Stored.

We're still a long way from being in the black (white and teal), however agreements like this certainly help. There's little doubt the China Strategy ( despite this years game increasingly likely to not go ahead ) is paying dividends for the club.

Most importantly we've now got a full time employee in Shanghai working the business circuit :

(Nov 6, 2019 )

The most significant signing of Port Adelaide’s off-season could prove to be the one that took place in Shanghai just this morning.

Zhang Tao (or Tony Zhang, in the anglicised version) is a career diplomat who has managed Austrade’s Qingdao office in Shandong Province and served as a Trade Commissioner at the Australian Embassy in Beijing, overseeing financial services, mining, energy and food and beverage.

In 2009 he was appointed as the NSW government’s Commissioner of Trade and Investment in Shanghai, charged with attracting billions of dollars of investment into Sydney and forging close ties with Chinese government at all levels.


This is a really important step for the club, a full time trade negotiator on the ground working for the club in Shanghai.


Is he still alive ??
What sort of a shit comment is that?

Honestly what is wrong with you?

You really are a shit bloke. I get the Port hate and since your a Centrals person you have the added Roy Laird chip on your shoulder as well, but pull your head in.

Maybe one say the Mods will actually do there job around here.


Common Stan, Mods only operate March-September between Friday 7pm-Sunday 9pm :lol:
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby mots02 » Thu Feb 27, 2020 10:06 am

mighty hounds wrote:
stan wrote:
UK Fan wrote:
Booney wrote:Copied. Pasted. Stored.

We're still a long way from being in the black (white and teal), however agreements like this certainly help. There's little doubt the China Strategy ( despite this years game increasingly likely to not go ahead ) is paying dividends for the club.

Most importantly we've now got a full time employee in Shanghai working the business circuit :

(Nov 6, 2019 )

The most significant signing of Port Adelaide’s off-season could prove to be the one that took place in Shanghai just this morning.

Zhang Tao (or Tony Zhang, in the anglicised version) is a career diplomat who has managed Austrade’s Qingdao office in Shandong Province and served as a Trade Commissioner at the Australian Embassy in Beijing, overseeing financial services, mining, energy and food and beverage.

In 2009 he was appointed as the NSW government’s Commissioner of Trade and Investment in Shanghai, charged with attracting billions of dollars of investment into Sydney and forging close ties with Chinese government at all levels.


This is a really important step for the club, a full time trade negotiator on the ground working for the club in Shanghai.


Is he still alive ??
What sort of a shit comment is that?

Honestly what is wrong with you?

You really are a shit bloke. I get the Port hate and since your a Centrals person you have the added Roy Laird chip on your shoulder as well, but pull your head in.

Maybe one say the Mods will actually do there job around here.


Common Stan, Mods only operate March-September between Friday 7pm-Sunday 9pm :lol:


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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Dutchy » Thu Feb 27, 2020 10:33 am

Booney wrote:
Dutchy wrote:KT said recently that China costs them $6m per year, so revenue streams need to be and remain strong.


$4m to $4.5m was my understanding, with 2018 being the first year the game was cost neutral with 2019 making $500k.

You recall where he mentioned the $6m?


Trying to find it, it was recent, thought it was on on Rowey and Bicks but maybe SEN.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Corona Man » Thu Feb 27, 2020 10:34 am

stan wrote:
UK Fan wrote:
Booney wrote:
whufc wrote:If you were a Port fan you would just have to be pretty positive about the off-field management in recent times. Both from a financial sustainability point of view and community impact.

Ill go wash my mouth out now.


Copied. Pasted. Stored.

We're still a long way from being in the black (white and teal), however agreements like this certainly help. There's little doubt the China Strategy ( despite this years game increasingly likely to not go ahead ) is paying dividends for the club.

Most importantly we've now got a full time employee in Shanghai working the business circuit :

(Nov 6, 2019 )

The most significant signing of Port Adelaide’s off-season could prove to be the one that took place in Shanghai just this morning.

Zhang Tao (or Tony Zhang, in the anglicised version) is a career diplomat who has managed Austrade’s Qingdao office in Shandong Province and served as a Trade Commissioner at the Australian Embassy in Beijing, overseeing financial services, mining, energy and food and beverage.

In 2009 he was appointed as the NSW government’s Commissioner of Trade and Investment in Shanghai, charged with attracting billions of dollars of investment into Sydney and forging close ties with Chinese government at all levels.


This is a really important step for the club, a full time trade negotiator on the ground working for the club in Shanghai.


Is he still alive ??
What sort of a shit comment is that?

Honestly what is wrong with you?

You really are a shit bloke. I get the Port hate and since your a Centrals person you have the added Roy Laird chip on your shoulder as well, but pull your head in.

Maybe one say the Mods will actually do there job around here.

The site has Mods?
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby The Bedge » Thu Feb 27, 2020 10:38 am

Corona Man wrote:The site has Mods?

Ask carey :P
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby UK Fan » Thu Feb 27, 2020 10:53 am

stan wrote:
UK Fan wrote:
Booney wrote:
whufc wrote:If you were a Port fan you would just have to be pretty positive about the off-field management in recent times. Both from a financial sustainability point of view and community impact.

Ill go wash my mouth out now.


Copied. Pasted. Stored.

We're still a long way from being in the black (white and teal), however agreements like this certainly help. There's little doubt the China Strategy ( despite this years game increasingly likely to not go ahead ) is paying dividends for the club.

Most importantly we've now got a full time employee in Shanghai working the business circuit :

(Nov 6, 2019 )

The most significant signing of Port Adelaide’s off-season could prove to be the one that took place in Shanghai just this morning.

Zhang Tao (or Tony Zhang, in the anglicised version) is a career diplomat who has managed Austrade’s Qingdao office in Shandong Province and served as a Trade Commissioner at the Australian Embassy in Beijing, overseeing financial services, mining, energy and food and beverage.

In 2009 he was appointed as the NSW government’s Commissioner of Trade and Investment in Shanghai, charged with attracting billions of dollars of investment into Sydney and forging close ties with Chinese government at all levels.


This is a really important step for the club, a full time trade negotiator on the ground working for the club in Shanghai.


Is he still alive ??
What sort of a shit comment is that?

Honestly what is wrong with you?

You really are a shit bloke. I get the Port hate and since your a Centrals person you have the added Roy Laird chip on your shoulder as well, but pull your head in.

Maybe one say the Mods will actually do there job around here.



It’s a joke ffs.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby UK Fan » Thu Feb 27, 2020 10:55 am

Booney wrote:
LMA wrote:
UK Fan wrote:
LMA wrote:
But I thought the success of the China Strategy was determined by crowd figures :)

Good job Port, hopefully it pays dividends.


No you need China due to lack of crowds. I thought that obvious.

Plus Financial success is thru depreciation write offs and revaluing memorabilia.

Everyone knows that.


Didn’t Renault sign up as sponsors of PAFC long term not that long ago ?? How did that turn out ??


About as well as your car sponsor ;)


In 2013 Renault signed a 3 year deal. 13,14,15.

In 15 they extended it for 2 years. 16, 17.

Then didn't renew the agreement.

Muppet.


Why didn’t they renew Einstein ??
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Booney » Thu Feb 27, 2020 12:03 pm

UK Fan wrote:Why didn’t they renew Einstein ??


Not often I read your posts, but I thought hey, why not, my day has been idiot free so far, why not live a little?

Why didn't they renew? Well, they changed their marketing strategy in Australia, you may notice they advertise less on all platforms.

They've been working on a release of new or updated models for 2019/20 so I can only assume they cut marketing budgets while they were pushing older models and will re-enter the market with their new updated models.

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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby UK Fan » Thu Feb 27, 2020 1:15 pm

Booney wrote:
UK Fan wrote:Why didn’t they renew Einstein ??


Not often I read your posts, but I thought hey, why not, my day has been idiot free so far, why not live a little?

Why didn't they renew? Well, they changed their marketing strategy in Australia, you may notice they advertise less on all platforms.

They've been working on a release of new or updated models for 2019/20 so I can only assume they cut marketing budgets while they were pushing older models and will re-enter the market with their new updated models.

You learn something every day, don't you?


So dumped port and started Sponsoring Melbourne Stars and a French festival in Sydney.

Interesting Marketing strategy. Let’s hope the new sponsor doesn’t find out above.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Booney » Thu Feb 27, 2020 1:27 pm

UK Fan wrote:So dumped port and started Sponsoring Melbourne Stars and a French festival in Sydney.

Interesting Marketing strategy. Let’s hope the new sponsor doesn’t find out above.


I'm in now, in for a penny, in for a pound they say.

Melbourne Stars have Holden as their partner. Well, that's what their website says, anyway. (Renegades have Suzuki, but I'm sure you knew that)

The Sydney French Festival have Citroen as their partner. Well, that's what their website says, anyway.

Is this what I've missed by not reading your posts? :lol:
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Corona Man » Thu Feb 27, 2020 1:36 pm

Booney wrote:
UK Fan wrote:So dumped port and started Sponsoring Melbourne Stars and a French festival in Sydney.

Interesting Marketing strategy. Let’s hope the new sponsor doesn’t find out above.


I'm in now, in for a penny, in for a pound they say.

Melbourne Stars have Holden as their partner. Well, that's what their website says, anyway. (Renegades have Suzuki, but I'm sure you knew that)

The Sydney French Festival have Citroen as their partner. Well, that's what their website says, anyway.

Is this what I've missed by not reading your posts? :lol:

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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby mots02 » Thu Feb 27, 2020 1:43 pm

Booney wrote:
UK Fan wrote:So dumped port and started Sponsoring Melbourne Stars and a French festival in Sydney.

Interesting Marketing strategy. Let’s hope the new sponsor doesn’t find out above.


I'm in now, in for a penny, in for a pound they say.

Melbourne Stars have Holden as their partner. Well, that's what their website says, anyway. (Renegades have Suzuki, but I'm sure you knew that)

The Sydney French Festival have Citroen as their partner. Well, that's what their website says, anyway.

Is this what I've missed by not reading your posts? :lol:


Splitting hairs there mate, they're both French, surely that's close enough :-BD
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Booney » Thu Feb 27, 2020 1:48 pm

mots02 wrote:
Booney wrote:
UK Fan wrote:So dumped port and started Sponsoring Melbourne Stars and a French festival in Sydney.

Interesting Marketing strategy. Let’s hope the new sponsor doesn’t find out above.


I'm in now, in for a penny, in for a pound they say.

Melbourne Stars have Holden as their partner. Well, that's what their website says, anyway. (Renegades have Suzuki, but I'm sure you knew that)

The Sydney French Festival have Citroen as their partner. Well, that's what their website says, anyway.

Is this what I've missed by not reading your posts? :lol:


Splitting hairs there mate, they're both French, surely that's close enough :-BD


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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby daysofourlives » Thu Feb 27, 2020 1:49 pm

Booney wrote:
UK Fan wrote:Why didn’t they renew Einstein ??


Not often I read your posts, but I thought hey, why not, my day has been idiot free so far, why not live a little?

Why didn't they renew? Well, they changed their marketing strategy in Australia, you may notice they advertise less on all platforms.

They've been working on a release of new or updated models for 2019/20 so I can only assume they cut marketing budgets while they were pushing older models and will re-enter the market with their new updated models.

You learn something every day, don't you?


Oh so they will be resuming the partnership with Port any day now?
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Booney » Thu Feb 27, 2020 1:54 pm

daysofourlives wrote:
Booney wrote:
UK Fan wrote:Why didn’t they renew Einstein ??


Not often I read your posts, but I thought hey, why not, my day has been idiot free so far, why not live a little?

Why didn't they renew? Well, they changed their marketing strategy in Australia, you may notice they advertise less on all platforms.

They've been working on a release of new or updated models for 2019/20 so I can only assume they cut marketing budgets while they were pushing older models and will re-enter the market with their new updated models.

You learn something every day, don't you?


Oh so they will be resuming the partnership with Port any day now?


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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Mr Beefy » Thu Feb 27, 2020 3:53 pm

I see Andrew Hunter, the brains behind the China stuff is quitting.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Booney » Thu Feb 27, 2020 3:57 pm

Mr Beefy wrote:I see Andrew Hunter, the brains behind the China stuff is quitting.


Taking up a role with his former boss, Jay Weatherill, in WA in mining magnate Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest’s philanthropic Minderoo Foundation.

His wife, about to have junior #2, is from Perth.

Big loss, make no mistake, with him and KT they've been to China at least 80 times between them in the last 5 years.
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