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Tennis & Further Education

Taught Lesson Supporting Presentation

UNIT 25 SPORT AS A BUSINESS

Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Extended National Diploma in Sport (Development, Coaching & Fitness)

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Aim & Purpose

This unit will enable learners to explore aspects of business in sport and enable them to conduct and use market research.

Learning Outcomes:

Know how businesses in sport are organised

Know what makes a successful sports business

Know the legal and financial influences on sport as business

Be able to use market research and marketing for a sports business.

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Student Task

List as many sports businesses as you can. Remember, a business is a profit making entity.

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Types of Business

  • Sole Trader
  • Partnership
  • Private Limited Company
  • Public Limited Company
  • Franchises
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Private Limited Companies

  • Separate Finance
  • Subject to Corporation Tax
  • Greater Responsibilities (Administration)
  • Owned by its Shareholders
  • Registered with Companies House
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Public Limited Company

  • ‘PLC’
  • Company Secretary must be a Professional Person
  • Can ‘Offer’ Shares on the Stock Exchange
  • Must produce Financial Records
  • Must Produce an Annual Report
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Sole Traders & Franchises

  • Owned & Controlled by One person
  • Lone Responsibility
  • Limited Administration
  • Right or Privilege
  • Licensing of a Product or Service (Coaching)
  • Contractual Relationship
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Student Task

In your working groups identify an example of a sports company for each of the following types of business:

Private Limited Company

Public Limited Company

Franchise

Sole Trader

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Sports Businesses

  • Public Sports & Leisure Clubs
  • Private Sports & Leisure Clubs
  • Professional Sports Clubs
  • Amateur Sports Clubs
  • Coaching Services
  • Health & Fitness Facilities
  • Personal Training
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Public Sports & Leisure Clubs

  • Leisure Management CompaniesFusion GLL Leisure Connections – Lilleshall/Bisham Abbey Sheffield International Venues – Golf/Fitness/Ice Golf Management Group
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Private Sports & Leisure Clubs

  • Timperley Sports Club Cricket, Hockey & Lacrosse
  • The Roehampton Club – Tennis, Golf, Squash & Croquet
  • The Royal & Ancient Golf Club at St. Andrews Golf
  • The All England Tennis Club Tennis (Wimbledon)
  • The Harbour Club Health, Racquets & Fitness Club
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Professional Sports & Leisure Clubs

  • Manchester Storm Ice Hockey Club
  • Glasgow Rocks Professional Basketball Club
  • Nottingham Forest Football Club
  • Bradford Bulls RFLC
  • Warwickshire County Cricket Club
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Amateur Sports & Leisure Clubs

  • Salcombe Rugby Club – Devon
  • Kew Cricket Club - Surrey
  • Warwick Hockey Club
  • Heaton Tennis & Squash Club
  • Sherbourne Tennis Club
  • Bristol Lawn Tennis & Squash Club
  • North Star Basketball Club - Derry
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Coaching Services

  • Premier Sport – Multi Sports
  • Total Sports Coaching – Multi Sports
  • Inspire to Coach – Tennis Coaching
  • Ace Stars Coaching – Tennis Coaching
  • JW Coaching – Football Coaching
  • 4 Sports – Multi Sports
  • R & R Sports Coaching – Multi Sports
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Health & Fitness Facilities

  • Work Out at Home – Personal Training
  • Rock Solid Fitness – Independent Gym
  • Fitness First – Gym & Classes
  • David Lloyd – Gym, Racquets & Swimming
  • Physiques – Independent Gym
  • Living Well – Fitness Centre & Spa
  • Total Fitness – Health Club
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Sports Companies

  • The Sport Media Group Plc.
  • JD Sport Plc.
  • Sport Tech Plc.
  • Sport Agents Ltd
  • Delottie Touche Tohmatsu Limited
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Student Task

In your small groups identify a variety of Sports Organisations / companies and decide whether they are Public Limited company or a Private Limited Company

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Lesson Summary

  • Sports Businesses Public Sports Clubs Private Sports Clubs Health & Fitness Facilities
  • Business / Organisation Type Private Limited Company Public Limited Company Franchise Sole Trader
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