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> RedBull NewYork MetroStars'ı da satın aldı, bu ne bolluktur?
WeaponX
mesaj 9/03/2006, 23:02
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Access to 32 Countries and 54 locations, PPTP, L2TP, SSTP, OpenVPN Supported, openvpn service EarthVPNdu bakalım 2 F1 takımı 60 milyon dolar, 2 futbol takımı 30-40 milyon dolar, GP2 takımı 10 milyon dolar, WTCC, DTM, WRC yerel ralli sponsorlukları, dier sponsorluklar derken yoplam ne eder? 120-130 milyon dolares...
bu da iyimser tahmin ha!

ya bu herifler kaç tane redbull satarak bu ciroyu yapar??? wacko.gif wacko.gif wacko.gif

yok yaw. baka bir iş var bu işin içinde...
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Red Bull is expanding its interest in soccer with a unique, yet logical, next step in a process that began less than a year ago: the MetroStars will take the field in the upcoming 2006 American Major League Soccer season as Red Bull New York. With that, the fall champion of the Austrian Bundesliga, Red Bull Salzburg, will become the first organization in the history of Austrian soccer to gain a sister team in the MLS ? one of the most rapidly expanding leagues in the world.Red Bull CEO Dietrich Mateschitz said, ?18 million Americans actively play soccer in the USA. Up to 60 million attend games each weekend. We were so fascinated by these figures that we made the decision to join and support this development by taking over the responsibility for the MetroStars. Our goal is to further strengthen the team and position the New York Red Bulls as the soccer metropolis of the East Coast, as well as to join the investment for a new tailor made soccer stadium ? the ?Red Bull Arena?- which will serve as the new home for the New York Red Bulls.?Close collaboration between Red Bull Salzburg and Red Bull New York is planned. Synergies in athletic areas as well as in management and marketing will be tapped. Projected plans include talent scouting, mutual training camps and friendly matches as well as joint marketing, merchandising and public relations activities.The president and general manager is Alexi Lalas, one of the most prominent individuals in US soccer. The former defender for the US national team (played in the 1994 WC, in the 1998 WC for the U.S. team in France and played seven seasons in MLS) was the first American to receive a pro contract in Italy. The most prominent players in the present cadre is Youri Djorkaeff, part of the French world championship team in 1998 and Marvell Wynne, the first MLS draft pick overall this year.The New York Red Bulls will kick off the season on the road against D.C. United on Saturday, April 2, and return to Giants Stadium for their first home game on Saturday, April 8, against the New England Revolution.
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mesaj 10/03/2006, 1:29
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Clever marketing helped Dietrich Mateschitz turn a so-so beverage into a billion-dollar brand.
Red Bull, the "energy" drink created by Austrian Dietrich Mateschitz, doesn't taste very good. Nor does it sound very appealing: The berry-flavored beverage is spiked with mysterious additives like taurine and glucuronolactone. And at $2 for an 8.3-ounce can, Red Bull's retail price is at least double what you'd pay for a 12-ounce can of Coke. But it does pack some energy. Red Bull, with 80 milligrams of caffeine, has more than double the dose found in the larger Coke serving, and it has 110 calories per serving versus Coke's 140.

Consumers downed 1.9 billion cans of Mateschitz's potion last year, generating just about $2 billion in revenue. By our reckoning Mateschitz's 49% share of the business is worth $2 billion.

Mateschitz, 60, typifies a new class of billionaires who got rich not by inventing a new product but by selling an ordinary one inventively. Donald Trump gets a premium for his Manhattan apartments because he has propagated the notion that a Trump building is superior to comparable property across the street. Sidney Frank made billions by selling Grey Goose vodka, nearly indistinguishable from bottom-shelf brands, at a rich price.

"When we first started, we said there is no existing market for Red Bull," Mateschitz recalls, in a thick Austrian accent. "But Red Bull will create it. And this is what finally became true."

Since introducing Red Bull in 1987, Mateschitz has invested heavily in building the brand. Last year he spent $600 million, or 30% of revenue, on marketing. (Coca-Cola spends 9%.) But unlike rivals who pay millions of dollars for superstars like Britney Spears, Mateschitz relies on cheaper talent: hip youngsters, students and a legion of fringe athletes. Red Bull sponsors some 500 athletes around the world, the type who will surf in Nova Scotia in January or jump out of a plane to "fly" across the English Channel. Every year the company stages dozens of extreme sporting events, like the climbing of iced-down silos in Iowa or kite sailing in Hawaii, as well as cultural events like break-dancing contests and rock music jam sessions. Then there is Hangar-7, an eye-popping structure of glass and steel that Mateschitz erected next to the airport in Salzburg, Austria. The building serves as a chic eatery for club crawlers and provides shelter for the Flying Bulls, a fleet of 15 show planes that appear at air shows around the world. Mateschitz's latest indulgence: the purchase of a Formula One racing team, an extravagance that will absorb $100 million a year to keep on the track while generating only $70 million in revenue.

All these activities are geared to one objective: to expand Red Bull's presence amid a deluge of new energy drinks being introduced by upstarts and beverage behemoths like Pepsi and Coke.

So far the results have been spectacular: In some countries Red Bull commands an 80% market share. In the U.S., where Red Bull enjoys a 47% share of the energy drink market, sales are growing annually at a 40% clip. Last year it sold 700 million cans in the U.S.; this year it hopes to sell 1 billion.

Impressive results for any go-getter, but even Mateschitz would admit he didn't exactly grab his Red Bull fortune by the horns. Raised by two primary-school-teacher parents who separated when he was very young, the convivial Mateschitz took ten years to get through college. "Life as a student is enjoyable," he muses, during a rare interview at Hangar-7. After graduating with a marketing degree from the University of Commerce in Vienna at the age of 28, Mateschitz worked various marketing jobs, including stints at Unilever and Germany's Jacobs Coffee. In 1979 he became the international marketing director for Germany's Blendax (later acquired by Procter & Gamble), where he pushed products like toothpaste, skin creams and shampoo.

It was a job that took him all over the world. In Thailand he discovered the benefits of a syrupy tonic drink sold in pharmacies as a revitalizing agent. After the long flights from Europe to Bangkok, Mateschitz would down the tonic over ice. His jet lag all but disappeared. He decided to study up on the market. "I realized that these little syrups developed in Japan did extremely well all over Asia," he recalls.

By happenstance, a Blendax licensee in Thailand named Chaleo Yoovidhya also owned a tonic drink company. Mateschitz floated the notion of introducing a tonic drink in the West. Yoovidhya loved the idea. In 1984 Mateschitz quit his job to partner with Yoovidhya. Each invested $500,000 of savings and took a 49% stake in the fledgling outfit. They gave the remaining 2% to Yoovidhya's son Chalerm, but it was agreed that Mateschitz would run the company.


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mesaj 10/03/2006, 3:46
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Aslında başka bi topic açıcaktım ama bu topic açıldığına
göre başka bi yere açmaya gerek kalmadı. Fazla
uzatmadan yeni tebliğ sonucunda artık red bull tekrar
satışına başlıo Türkiye de. Buda son olur heralde...
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mesaj 11/03/2006, 1:47
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tabi bunda redbull türkiye'nin %99'u mu red bull GmbH'a ait olmasının etkisi var herhalde
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mesaj 12/03/2006, 0:52
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yalama oldu bu iş bi satışı war bi yok bi karar werilsin artık
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mesaj 12/03/2006, 3:46
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QUOTE(montana @ 11/03/2006, 17:52)
yalama oldu bu iş bi satışı war bi yok bi karar werilsin artık

Gel bide bize sor ama bundan sonra son olur.
Artık ürünün önüne koyabilecekleri bi bahane kalmadı ortada...
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mesaj 12/03/2006, 4:29
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QUOTE(HigH-FlY @ 11/03/2006, 20:46)
Gel bide bize sor ama bundan sonra son olur.
Artık ürünün önüne koyabilecekleri bi bahane kalmadı ortada...

yüzsüz redbull biggrin.gif ............
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mesaj 12/03/2006, 4:34
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QUOTE(SPooLer @ 11/03/2006, 21:29)
yüzsüz redbull biggrin.gif ............

çalışanlarının da yüzsüz olduğu hakkında bilgin varmı acaba spooler tongue.gif laugh.gif

içenlerde olur mu ki laugh.gif
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mesaj 12/03/2006, 6:10
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QUOTE(portillo @ 11/03/2006, 21:34)
QUOTE(SPooLer @ 11/03/2006, 21:29)

yüzsüz redbull  biggrin.gif ............

çalışanlarının da yüzsüz olduğu hakkında bilgin varmı acaba spooler tongue.gif laugh.gif

içenlerde olur mu ki laugh.gif

aa şunlara bak ayıp be eheh içerken iyi ama smile.gif
Neyse fazla meşgul etmiyelim topiği...
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f1'i şimdilik bırakıp rally e geçen kimi raikonnen malumunuz redbull'un sponsor olduğu takımda yarışıyor.
seneye redbull-f1 takımından webber ayrılır da kimi rai. , f1e , bu takıma dönerse şaşırmayın.
en az yıllık 30 milyon $ parayı da redbull verir kendisine
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