Our focus is on:
We have a plug’n’play approach while creating text, video, audio & photo content to tell your story, create emotions & deliver the best experience
Through developing & executing communication strategy and approach we make sure you are in 24/7 contact with the fans and media.
If you are thinking about using your sponsorships for storytelling, promotion and sales increase, we can be your creative & innovative force
Who is on your team?
We are a mix of former professional athletes and marketing and communication professionals. Check out our team in detail in the About us section!
How much do you charge?
We can help you in a number of ways. Because of that it is literally impossible to say “This is our price”. We have an individual approach to each client. In some cases we charge per hour, and in others a fixed fee is more appropriate. We like to meet new people and hear their stories – contact us!
Which countries are you active in?
Our headquarters are in Croatia (Zagreb) but we have clients and partners all over South East Europe (Slovenia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Albania) and beyond (Austria, Hungary, Germany, UK, France, Italy, Switzerland). We like to amaze. Don’t hesitate to contact us.
Are you a marketing agency?
Overtime is much more than a marketing agency. We are strategists, content creators, fundraisers, project managers and problem solvers. If it’s sports-related, we are your team.
Let’s talk about your story:
Sports marketing content
How can the entertainment business make a fan discover a sport club or sport in general and influence fandom? Also, how was and still is the entertainment industry used as a part of marketing strategy for sport brands?
One of the greatest footballers of all time, and by far the best player of AS Roma ever, the legendary and unrepeatable Francesco Totti, saddened the whole football world after he played his last match for his beloved club two weeks ago. We were wondering how AS Roma marketed the departure of the club’s best player ever.
For the eight time in a row, Cologne hosted the VELUX EHF Final 4. Sold-out arena, biggest sponsor and TV interest of all time, amazing atmosphere, many side events and, of course, world-class handball are more than enough to conclude – handball is on fire!
European Handball Federation in partnership with Sportradar gathered 150 experts in the fields of technology, marketing and sports from all over the world at the “European Handball goes Tech” event in Cologne to discuss and share their views on how new tech will transform the modern handball.
I believe every American basketball fan is already aware that if they want to own their favorite team’ jersey which are sponsorship logo free, they must hurry with the purchase, as the NBA’s Board of Governors announced last year, the NBA starts with a three-year sponsorship pilot program for the upcoming 2017/18 season…
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat are offering a somewhat similar experience. However, it is quite important to be active on social networks (either one of them or all of them) because different target groups are active on different platforms which is something that will probably continue for a while.
Ever since Roman Abramovich bought Chelsea FC in 2003, there are more and more billionaires ready to spend a fortune on expensive new toys – European football clubs. Last club that joined this ever-growing group of clubs owned by rich foreign investors is was arguably the biggest one – AC Milan.
Sports marketing has always been interesting to watch due to the massive reach sports have and how rabid the fans can be. Messenger applications are still in the early days of establishing their business models, but it seems like sports marketing could be one of the earliest ways they will monetize these applications.
I’m not the biggest fan of boxing but I simply couldn’t wait to see that fight. As it should be, social media really helped in building up the hype. Let’s remember some of the best moments from social networks…
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