230 different brands in over 200 countries around the world place Coca Cola among the world's most recognizable companies. The partnership between Coca Cola and the IOC is the longest cooperation in the Olympic movement, which has its roots in 1928, when the first sponsorship contract was signed. Coca Cola sponsored the Games in Amsterdam. Coca Cola extended its sponsorship until 2020.
Atos became the TOP partner of the IOC in 2001. It deals with information technology, employs more than 45,000 people in 40 countries around the world. Atos takes care of the rapid transfer of communications between competitors, fans, organizers and the media during the Olympic Games.
Dow combines science and technology and deals with various human problems in various industries. 50,000 people around the world take care that Dow's products and solutions are available to as many users as possible. It is the official IOC company until 2020.
GE is a partner of the IOC with many innovative products that help to carry out the Olympic Games. GE works with the Olympic Games organizers to find the best technological solutions in the field of transport, lighting and water work. 300,000 people around the world are helping develop technology that helps physicians and athletes at the Olympic Games to quickly repair injuries.
McDonald's became an official sponsor of the Olympic Games in 1976. In 1968, the company supplied American Olympic athletes with hamburgers at the Games in Grenoble. Until 2012, they will be an IOC partner that has 30,000 restaurants around the world, serving 50 million meals a day.
Omega is a Swiss brand of watches. Since the Los Angeles Olympics in 1932 they are the ones that measure time (only three times they were not the official timers). They became a TOP partner of IOC in 2004 and they will also take care of the timing at future Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Panasonic takes care of audio, video and TV equipment. Their cooperation with the Olympic Movement started with the Games in 1984 in Los Angeles. They became the TOP partner of IOC in 1987.
P & G
P & G products care for the athletes’ personal care. Trademarks such as Ariel, Always, Duracell, Head & Shoulders, Gillete, Pampers were created in the P & G group, which employs 135,000 people in 80 countries around the world.
Samsung is the exclusive provider of wireless communication equipment within the Olympic Movement. Samsung's 88,000 employees make Samsung the second-largest mobile phone maker in the world. They joined the TOP sponsorship program of the IOC in 1997.
Visa is the official credit card at the Olympic Games and is the only payment method in addition to cash with which you can buy official products and services offered by the Olympic Games. Visa is the leading brand in the field of payment. It can be used in more than 150 countries and annually, users of Visa make up to three trillion US dollars of transactions.
As one of the TOP partners of the international umbrella sport organization, Toyota, together with the OG's organizational committees, will continue to provide sustainable mobility solutions for the Games until the year 2024, helping make safer and more efficient mobility, including intelligent transport systems, urban transport systems and Vehicle-vehicle communication system.
Bridgestone is the largest tire manufacturer in the world. In addition to tires used in various applications, Bridgestone produces a wide range of diverse products that include industrial tires, chemical products and sports equipment. Together with the IOC, they have signed a cooperation agreement until 2024.
Alibaba, a Chinese online retailer, signed a sponsorship contract until 2028 with the umbrella sport organization. Alibaba has become an official partner in providing a platform for digital media, cloud services and e-market services. Alibaba is the first Chinese company to become a partner of the International Olympic Committee.