Most marketers (62%) report being at least somewhat satisfied with their ability to measure the return on investment (ROI) of sponsorship and event marketing initiatives, according to a recent report from the Association of National Advertisers.
However, nearly a quarter (23%) say they are not very satisfied with their ability to measure ROI, and 15% percent say they are not at all satisfied.
Similarly, most marketers (68%) report being at least somewhat satisfied with their ability to measure the return on objectives (ROO) of sponsorship and event marketing initiatives, but a substantial percentage (32%) are dissatisfied.
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