Sponsors of the International Olympic Committee



The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Partner Program is the highest level of Olympic sponsorship, granting exclusive marketing rights to the Olympic  Summer Games, the Olympic Winter Games and the Youth Olympic Games to a selected group of global partners.

The program – created by the IOC in 1985 – attracts some of the most famous international companies in the world. Their support is the basis for the organization of the Olympic Games and helping athletes from over 200 countries.



AirBnB

Airbnb is one of the world’s largest marketplaces for unique, authentic places to stay and things to do, offering over 7 million accommodation options and 40,000 activities, all powered by local hosts. An economic empowerment engine, Airbnb has helped millions of hospitality entrepreneurs monetise their spaces and their passions while keeping the financial benefits of tourism in their own communities. With more than half a billion guest arrivals to date, and accessible in 62 languages across 191 countries and regions, Airbnb promotes people-to-people connection, community and trust around the world.

Since becoming a Worldwide Olympic Partner in 2019, Airbnb has committed to providing travel options that are economically empowering, socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable. This includes accommodation provisions that will reduce costs for Olympic Games organisers and stakeholders, minimise the need for construction of new accommodation infrastructure for the Olympic Games period, and generate direct revenue for local hosts and communities.


Alibaba Group

Alibaba Group’s mission is to make it easy to do business anywhere. The company aims to build the future infrastructure of commerce.

Since becoming a Worldwide Olympic Partner in 2017, Alibaba has committed to helping the IOC transform the Olympic Games for the digital era. Through this partnership, which runs until at least 2028, Alibaba brings the power of its innovations across e-commerce, cloud services, ticketing, and digital media platforms to help the IOC and the Olympic Movement achieve this vision. This includes creating a more connected, engaging, secure and efficient Olympic Games experience for all the members of the Olympic family and the millions of fans around the world.


Allianz Group

The Allianz Group is one of the world’s leading insurers and asset managers with more than 100 million retail and corporate customers in more than 70 countries. Allianz customers benefit from a broad range of personal and corporate insurance services, ranging from property, life and health insurance to assistance services to credit insurance and global business insurance. Allianz is one of the world’s largest investors, managing around 774 billion euros on behalf of its insurance customers. Furthermore, our asset managers PIMCO and Allianz Global Investors manage 1.7 trillion euros of third-party assets. Thanks to our systematic integration of ecological and social criteria in our business processes and investment decisions, we are one of the leading insurers in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index. In 2019, over 147,000 employees achieved total revenues of 142 billion euros and an operating profit of 11.9 billion euros for the group.

Through this Olympic partnership, Allianz collaborates with the IOC to provide insurance solutions and services to support the Olympic Movement, including the Organising Committees of the Olympic Games, with the ambition of providing those insurance solutions to the National Olympic Committees around the world and their Olympic teams and athletes. The partnership will run from 2021 through to 2028.


Atos

Atos is a global leader in digital transformation with approximately 110,000 employees in 73 countries and annual revenue of around €11 billion. The European number one in Big Data, Cybersecurity, High Performance Computing and Digital Workplace, The Group provides Cloud services, Infrastructure & Data Management, Business & Platform solutions, as well as transactional services through Worldline, the European leader in the payment industry.

Atos has been a key technology provider for the Olympic Movement since 1989 and the Worldwide IT Partner since 2001. As a global leader in digital transformation, and our lead integrator, Atos’ role is to ensure the Olympic Games are fully connected, secure and digitally-enabled.


Bridgestone

Headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, Bridgestone is the world’s largest tyre and rubber manufacturer, and has nearly 144,000 global employees. In addition to manufacturing tyres for a wide variety of applications, the company is also an industry leader in a broad range of industrial products, building products and sporting goods. Its products and services are available in more than 150 nations and territories around the world.

As a member of the TOP Programme since 2014, the company also is proud to showcase its commitment to community service, social responsibility, environmental stewardship and respect for diversity – all tenets of the Olympic Charter that lie at the heart of the Bridgestone brand and its mission of “Serving Society with Superior Quality”.

Bridgestone believes in the power of sport to excite, unite and inspire people from all backgrounds and across all borders. The company has a history of innovation and a rich sporting heritage, making its Worldwide Olympic Partnership a natural, strategic evolution of its support for sport and passion for performance on a global stage.


Coca-Cola

The Coca-Cola Company is a total beverage company with products sold in more than 200 countries and territories. We seek to positively impact people’s lives, communities and the planet through water replenishment, packaging recycling, sustainable sourcing practices and carbon emissions reductions across our value chain. Together with our bottling partners, we employ more than 700,000 people, helping bring economic opportunity to local communities worldwide.

Coca-Cola also proudly supports Olympic athletes through sponsorships, investment in youth sports programming and national Olympic teams.


Mengniu

Founded in 1999, Mengniu Dairy Group ranked as the 10th largest dairy company globally in 2017. As China’s leading dairy manufacturer, Mengniu focuses on producing dairy products that are customised for Chinese consumers. Twenty years of experience in the market has enabled Mengniu to develop a diversified product matrix, including liquid milk, ice cream, milk powder, dairy drinks and cheese. Mengniu now owns 38 production bases in China, one in New Zealand and one in Indonesia.

Mengniu is the first Chinese fast-moving consumer goods company to become a Worldwide Olympic Partner. The joint TOP partnership supports Mengniu’s ambitious international growth plans, with the company aiming to become one of the top dairy producers in the world by 2025.


Dow

Headquartered in Midland, The United States of America, Dow combines one of the broadest technology sets in the industry with asset integration, focused innovation and global scale to achieve profitable growth and become the most innovative, customer centric, inclusive and sustainable materials science company.. Dow operates 113 manufacturing sites in 31 countries and employs approximately 37,000 people.

As a Worldwide Olympic Partner and the Official Chemistry Company of the Olympic Movement, Dow brings to the Olympic Movement a world-class portfolio of advanced, sustainable and leading-edge products that enable Dow to deliver solutions designed to meet almost any performance and business need – both on and off the field of play.


GE

GE is an advanced technology and services company taking on the world’s toughest challenges. Dedicated to innovation in energy, health, transportation and infrastructure, GE operates in more than 100 countries and employs about 300,000 people worldwide.

GE works closely with host countries, cities and organizing committees to provide infrastructure solutions for Olympic venues including power, lighting, water treatment and transportation. GE also supplies local hospitals with diagnostic imaging equipment and healthcare technology solutions like ultrasound, MRI and electronic medical record technologies to help doctors treat athletes.


Intel

Intel is a world leader in the design and manufacturing of essential products and technologies for an increasingly smart, connected world, with a vision of enriching the lives of every person on earth. Intel is headquartered in Santa Clara, California, and employs 106,000 people worldwide across 600 facilities in 63 countries.

Since becoming a Worldwide Olympic Partner in 2017, Intel has been working with the IOC to reimagine the future of the Olympic Games through new levels of interaction, connectivity and fan engagement. Intel works across the Olympic Movement with

This came to fruition for the first time during the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018, where the partnership opened up new horizons and helped accelerate the adoption of new technologies like 5G, artificial intelligence, immersive media and drones.


Omega

OMEGA is a prestigious Swiss watchmaker and member of the Swatch Group Ltd. Since 1848, the brand has been synonymous with excellence, innovation and precision, as well as a pioneering spirit, demonstrated by conquests of the oceans and space. In fact, since 1965, the OMEGA Speedmaster has been worn on each of NASA’s manned missions including all six moon landings. 

As well as this, no brand is more actively involved in sports timekeeping. Since 1932, OMEGA has served as the Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games on 28 occasions. This role has not only involved the precise timing of many different sports and disciplines, but also the consistent development and evolution of the vital equipment that today’s athletes rely on. The Olympic role also extends to the Youth Olympic Games and Paralympic Games.


Panasonic

Panasonic Corporation provides the Olympic Games with state-of-the-art digital audio/video equipment.

Panasonic began its involvement with the Olympic Games in 1984 in Los Angeles as the supplier of the professional sound system and large video display for the main stadium. The company became a Worldwide Olympic Partner in 1987.


P&G

The company has one of the strongest portfolios of trusted, quality, leadership brands, including Pampers®, Tide®, Ariel®, Always®, Whisper®, Pantene®, Mach3®, Bounty®, Dawn®, Gain®, Pringles®, Charmin®, Downy®, Lenor®, Iams®, Crest®, Oral-B®, Duracell®, Olay®, Head & Shoulders®, Wella®, Gillette®, Braun® and Fusion®.

The P&G community includes approximately 135,000 employees working in about 80 countries worldwide.


Samsung

Samsung inspires the world and shapes the future with transformative ideas and technologies.

Samsung began its legacy with the Olympic Games three decades ago as a local sponsor of the Seoul 1988 Olympic Games. With the Nagano 1998 Olympic Winter Games, the partnership elevated to the Worldwide Olympic Partner in the Wireless Communications Equipment category.


Toyota

Toyota Motor Corporation is the global mobility company . Headquartered in Toyota City, Japan, Toyota has been making cars since 1937.Today, Toyota proudly employs 370,000 employees in communities around the world, builds around 10 million vehicles per year in 29 countries, and sells them in more than 170 countries.

Toyota Motor Corporation became part of The Olympic Partner programme in 2015. As the Worldwide Mobility Partner, Toyota is committed to mobility as a source of inspiration and as a way to improve the quality of life for all.  In line with Olympic Agenda 2020, with sustainability as one of its key pillars, Toyota works with the Organising Committees to provide sustainable mobility solutions for the Games.


Visa

Visa is a leader in Internet based payments and is pioneering the creation of u-commerce, or universal commerce-the ability to conduct commerce anywhere, anytime, and any way.

Visa International has been a Worldwide Olympic Partner since 1986, when the company joined the TOP Programme. In addition to providing payment services to Organising Committees and Olympic spectators, Visa International has developed a tradition of programmes that support Olympic athletes in many countries, as well as programmes that teach the youth of the world about the history, values and ideals of the Olympic Movement.