In all three cities, the biggest chunk of revenue comes from the IOC contribution and TOP sponsorship – $485 million total. Yet that is half of Salzburg’s total revenue but only a third of Sochi’s. Meanwhile, more than 25 percent of Sochi’s revenue is a federal government subsidy. PyeongChang:
IOC & TOP: 39%
Organizing committee sponsors & official suppliers: 24%
Ticket Sales: 16%
Licensing, Donations and other: 9% Salzburg:
IOC & TOP: 50%
Organizing committee sponsors & official suppliers: 25%
Ticket Sales: 17%
Licensing, Donations and other: 8% Sochi:
IOC & TOP: 32%
Organizing committee sponsors & official suppliers: 23%
Ticket Sales: 9%
Licensing, Donations and other: 8% Throughout June, Around the Rings presents By the Book, detailing side-by-side comparisons of each city competing for the 2014 Olympic Games.
By the Book is based on information from the bid books of the 2014 bid cities.
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