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The Naming Rights Thread

Buggsy61

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Just wondering if it has been put on the back burner pending a possible takeover bid ie new owners might use it as a way of injecting cash into the club as we have seen before.
I am merely kicking an idea around with nothing to back it up, but normally I would have put money on Levy/Enic having a deal underway by now as a means of making the stadium self financing over as short a timeframe as possible.
 

ukdy

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Can confirm talks are happening here and progressing well, very strong on this one, confirmed behind the scenes yesterday.
Naming rights, DoF, Munn 'official start' soon.. carpe diem in N17.

One has to wonder if the naming rights is being done as part of, or with a sale in mind. If ENIC are open to selling, they'd not want to alienate buyers. They'd want to get max bang for their buck.
 

KingNick

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Last time I was told, he wanted 600m over 20 years.

he believes he can justify something around the level of the Staples Centre deal with Crypto.
 

felmani26

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Last time I was told, he wanted 600m over 20 years.

he believes he can justify something around the level of the Staples Centre deal with Crypto.
To date AFAIK we haven't affiliated ourselves with any cryptocurrency or indeed fan tokens like Chiliz/Socios which is a Web3 infrastructure that a few of our contemporaries have such as Man City, Arsenal, Barcelona et al.

I'd be surprised if this was the move Levy and the board would make also because of our long standing affiliation with HSBC who have a fairly anti-crypto stance mirrored by China in general.
 

Johno1470

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Given the recent ITK, mainly that it would be a company that most wouldn’t really know and one that would have no qualms with the figures, there could be the potential to link in with some of the established partners of our own.

On the surface level, we have pushed a big relationship with F1. The Tottenham bus has been at events etc and the new go kart experience at the stadium.

One of F1’s global partners are Aramco
Aramco is a global integrated energy and chemicals company. We are driven by the core belief that energy is opportunity. From producing approximately one in every eight barrels of the world’s oil supply to developing new energy technologies, our global team is dedicated to creating impact in all that we do.


The club have also been keen to report and publicise their impact on climate change and energy technologies.
Club Energy

I wouldn’t be surprised to see us try and tie in with a large scale company/organisation in this field. It makes sense with the stadium, property, hotels, other sporting and music events etc.

ARAMCO are of course Saudi based and state owned. Not sure how any potential dealings would work out and the publicity that such a partnership would attract either.
 

Timbo Tottenham

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Given the recent ITK, mainly that it would be a company that most wouldn’t really know and one that would have no qualms with the figures, there could be the potential to link in with some of the established partners of our own.

On the surface level, we have pushed a big relationship with F1. The Tottenham bus has been at events etc and the new go kart experience at the stadium.

One of F1’s global partners are Aramco
Aramco is a global integrated energy and chemicals company. We are driven by the core belief that energy is opportunity. From producing approximately one in every eight barrels of the world’s oil supply to developing new energy technologies, our global team is dedicated to creating impact in all that we do.

The club have also been keen to report and publicise their impact on climate change and energy technologies.
Club Energy

I wouldn’t be surprised to see us try and tie in with a large scale company/organisation in this field. It makes sense with the stadium, property, hotels, other sporting and music events etc.

ARAMCO are of course Saudi based and state owned. Not sure how any potential dealings would work out and the publicity that such a partnership would attract either.
No Saudi connection:
Post in thread 'The Naming Rights Thread'
https://www.spurscommunity.co.uk/index.php?threads/the-naming-rights-thread.126672/post-8525121
 

KingNick

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To date AFAIK we haven't affiliated ourselves with any cryptocurrency or indeed fan tokens like Chiliz/Socios which is a Web3 infrastructure that a few of our contemporaries have such as Man City, Arsenal, Barcelona et al.

I'd be surprised if this was the move Levy and the board would make also because of our long standing affiliation with HSBC who have a fairly anti-crypto stance mirrored by China in general.
I wasn’t suggesting it would be a deal with crypto?!
 

ukdy

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Given the toxic nature of cryptocurrency/blockchain when it comes to stadiums, sponsorship, Tom Brady, SBF, FTX etc etc... I'd put my house on the fact ENIC wouldn't want to be associated with it. Too much risk for bad PR.
 

Tucker

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Given the toxic nature of cryptocurrency/blockchain when it comes to stadiums, sponsorship, Tom Brady, SBF, FTX etc etc... I'd put my house on the fact ENIC wouldn't want to be associated with it. Too much risk for bad PR.
Having our stadium intrinsically linked to a modern day pyramid scheme would be a terrible move I agree.
 

SandroClegane

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Given the toxic nature of cryptocurrency/blockchain when it comes to stadiums, sponsorship, Tom Brady, SBF, FTX etc etc... I'd put my house on the fact ENIC wouldn't want to be associated with it. Too much risk for bad PR.
Not crypto. Once again, it is a very normal company that won't cause any controversy or be called out for questionable business practices.
 
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