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1. Football shirts as a marketing tool 4
1.1. Benefits of shirt advertising 4
1.2. Playing kit. Sponsor designation 5
1.3. Sport sponsorship 5
2. Analysis of sponsor labels on football shirts 7
2.1. Methodology and methods 7
2.2. The current situation and role of sponsorship logos on football shirts 8
2.3. The origin of the Chevrolet emblem 10
2.4. Chevrolet and Manchester United partnership 10
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Tasks of work: to describe the essence and mechanisms of sponsorship, to set examples of beneficial use of shirts as a marketing tool, to compare the results of partnership between sponsors and football clubs, to highlight the most profitable deal between the Chevrolet Company and Manchester United, the origin of the Chevrolet emblem and rules of placing logos on football shirts.
One of new industries for which social media seem to be a natural choice for marketing is e-health, internally diverse industry developing new IT solutions for medical and healthcare tasks. Although e-health is by definition closely related to new information and communication technologies, and is deeply embedded in the virtual environment of the Internet, surprisingly little is known of how SMM is implemented by the companies working in this industry. The current study addresses this lack of evidence.
Strategic human resources management as a tool of developing competitiveness of firm on example of Academy of Russian ballet
Источниками для данного исследования послужили учебные пособия по методике обучения иностранным языкам (отечественные и зарубежные), материалы педагогических конференций, методические рекомендации для учителей английского языка, пособия по теоретической фонетике английского языка, научные статьи из периодических изданий, посвященных методике обучения иностранному языку, авторефераты и диссертации специалистов по методике преподавания ИЯ.
2. The 'New Deal' programs of the 1930s brought the greatest expansion of the government role. New laws were passed regulating many economic activities — from sales of stocks to the right of workers to form unions. Moreover, the government began to provide workers with a measure of economic security in their old age. The Social Security program, enacted in 1936, still ensures that retired people have a regular income each month, and has been expanded to help them meet their medical costs.
The topicality of the research is explained by the profound interest of the modern linguists in the linguacultural aspect of the phraseological units and the numerals taken separately. In our research we combine these two language units, because, according to our provisional hypothesis, the numerals in the phraseological units show the linguacultural specifics being closely related to the mentality of the nation.
Microeconomics, like macroeconomics, is a fundamental method for analyzing the economy as a system. It treats households and firms interacting through individual markets as irreducible elements of the economy, given scarcity and government regulation. A market might be for a product, say fresh corn, or the services of a factor of production, say bricklaying. The theory considers aggregates of quantity demanded by buyers and quantity supplied by sellers at each possible price per unit. It combines these together to describe how the market may reach equilibrium as to price and quantity or respond to market changes over time.
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