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Full coverage for annual wakeboard E&A Championships

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About the client

The International Waterski & Wakeboard Federation (IWWF) is the world governing body for all towed water sports. It was founded in Switzerland in 1946 and is recognized by the International Olympic Committee as the sole authority governing all towed water sports. It is also an affiliate member of GAISF and is one of the 7 founding sports of the World Games.

IWWF chose Magebit as their solution provider for their marketing, design and organizational needs, including digital and physical marketing. Magebit was also awarded with an Organizer medal by IWWF in their official award ceremony.

"Magebit helped us a lot with different marketing activities online and offline. They had the right contacts so they also helped with a few organizational tasks. Magebit also were the ones responsible for all designs - from digital design to ceremony banners and award checks. It was a pleasure to work with them and I highly recommend them for any design and marketing activities."

Organizer of IWWF Wakeboard Boat Championships 2018

86 participants, 16 countries

Found the best wakeboarders from
16 countries in Europe & Africa.

Full design

Designed everything for the event, including posters across the bus stations in Riga, banners in Radisson Blu, on-site, social profiles, live TV and more.

Part of the Riga Festival

Riga Festival is the yearly celebration of the Riga city.

The Championships were an integral part of it.

Multi-channel advertisement

We managed the marketing activities offline and online.

From Google Ads and Facebook to bus stations, live TV and more.

Attracted the media

We managed to attract the largest news portals in Latvia to write about us. On top of that, Riga City Council awarded all event
organizers for holding this event in Latvia.

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