Bakla 2024

IOC partners


Airbnb is one of the world's largest online platforms for renting private apartments and unforgettable experiences, offering more than 7 million accommodation options in 40,000 activities offered by local inns. It is available in 62 languages in 191 countries and regions. Airbnb powers people-to-people connections, community development and trust around the world, and has helped more than half a billion people stay and experience.

Chinese online retailer Alibaba has signed a sponsorship deal with the umbrella sports organization until 2028. Alibaba has thus become an official partner in providing a platform for digital media, cloud services and e-commerce services. Alibaba is the first Chinese company to become a partner of the International Olympic Committee.

The Allianz Group is one of the world's leading insurance companies and asset managers, with more than 100 million small and large customers in more than 70 countries. Allianz customers have access to a wide range of personal and business insurance services, including life and health insurance, property insurance and credit assistance services, and global business insurance.

Atos has been a partner of the Olympic Movement for information technology since 1989, when the company provided services to the Organizing Committee for the Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games. In 2001, it became a TOP partner of the International Olympic Committee. They are experts in high-tech transaction services, cloud storage, big data and cyber security.
Bridgestone is the largest tire and tire manufacturer in the world. In addition to tires used in various applications, Bridgestone manufactures a wide range of diversified products that include industrial tires, chemical products and sports equipment. Together with the IOC, they signed a cooperation agreement until 2024. Bridgestone will thus be a partner of the international umbrella sports organization and all national Olympic committees until the 2024 Summer Olympics.

The Coca-Cola Company is the world's leading producer, marketer and distributor of non-alcoholic beverage concentrates and syrups used in the production of products of more than 230 brands. It operates in more than 200 countries worldwide. The Coca Cola Company sponsored the 1928 Olympic Games in Amsterdam and has supported the Olympic movement ever since. During the Olympic Games, Coca-Cola refreshes Olympic athletes, officials and spectators with its drinks.

Deloitte is one of the leading companies in the field of management and business consulting, which provides support to the IOC in the field of digital strategy and transformation. The key goals of the partnership are sustainability, diversity, fairness and career support for athletes.

Intel is an American technology company and the world's second largest semiconductor manufacturer[1] headquartered in Santa Clara, California. The company was founded on July 18, 1968 as N M Electronics, and was renamed Integrated Electronics Corporation at the end of the same month. Intel produced the first microprocessor in 1971, but these became the company's main business segment only with the rise of personal computers. Intel also makes motherboard chips, network cards, flash memory, graphics units and other hardware.
Omega is a Swiss watch brand. At the Olympic Games from Los Angeles 1932 onwards, he takes care of timekeeping (only three times they were not the official timekeeper). The company became a TOP partner of the IOC in 2004 and took care of time measurements at future Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Panasonic in the Olympic family takes care of audio, video and TV equipment. The company started its cooperation with the Olympic movement during the 1984 games in Los Angeles. The company became a TOP partner of the IOC in 1987.
P&G products provide Olympic personal care for people in the Olympic family and beyond. Brands 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. With 88,000 employees, Samsung ranks second among the world's mobile phone manufacturers. They joined the IOC's TOP sponsorship program in 1997.
As one of the TOP partners of the international umbrella sports organization, Toyota, together with the organizing committees of the Olympic Games, will take care until 2024 to provide sustainable solutions for mobility during the Games themselves, help with safer and more efficient mobility, including intelligent transport systems, systems for urban transport and for vehicle-to-vehicle communication system.
Visa is the official credit card of the Olympic Games and the only payment method other than cash that can be used to purchase official products and services offered by the Olympic Games. Visa is a leading brand in the field of payments. You can use it in more than 150 countries around the world, and annually Visa's users make as many as three trillion US dollars in transactions.

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