Tokyo Olympic organizers might need to reach out for new sponsors

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    Paul Dong, co-founder of Ei Asia Limited and official sports commentator of the organizing committee of the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics, pointed out that organizers of the Tokyo Olympic Games might need to reach out for new sponsors. “Over the past year … the traditional sponsors might be struggling themselves financially already,” he said. “Tech giants and also financial organizations … may serve as potential sponsors and supporters for the Olympics or any huge event like that.”

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