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PostPosted: Thu Jul 20, 2017 10:59 pm 
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The_Wookeie wrote:
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What's your conclusion on why revenue has declined? Besides blaming the board that is....


Well its pretty easy to see some Hydromax reviews the drop off is

- pokie revenues down more than a million
- sponsorship down more than a million
- gate down more than a million

2 of these can be linked to our teams form and ladder position.


How come they were in profit from 07-11?


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 28, 2017 3:35 pm 
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 24, 2017 11:42 am 
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Not sure I'm happy that Carlton is going to be associated with such a horrible company.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 24, 2017 12:11 pm 
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Not sure I'm happy that Carlton is going to be associated with such a horrible company.


What's wrong with them right at the moment?

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 24, 2017 12:31 pm 
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Not sure I'm happy that Carlton is going to be associated with such a horrible company.


What's wrong with them right at the moment?


Start with the toxic culture and work your way down to the way drivers are treated.

Ultimately the drivers won't be an issue, their end goal is autonomous vehicles (dependent on how Waymo's legal action against Uber goes I guess) as they're losing money on every trip. They need to move on that fast, their runway is supposedly as low as two years.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 24, 2017 2:11 pm 
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I probably wouldn't work for a company if they charged me to go to work! Interesting business model it appears.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 24, 2017 2:19 pm 
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Free rides for Carlton members?!

Better than scoring a deal because your name is Sam, FFS. :lol:

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 01, 2017 3:52 pm 
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At the members forum Mark LoGuodice mentioned a few stats, ~1m revenue, ~$700k profit. -1m from Career One collapsing, -2m for ground resurfacing, quite a lot spent on the footy department, lots of new coaches and staff, including setting up with women's competition (Players paid by AFL, staff paid by clubs)

AGM will be at the end of Feb.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 20, 2017 8:47 am 
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2.4mill Profit
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 20, 2017 9:14 am 
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Sydney Blue wrote:
2.4mill Profit
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Really 600k. Profit is still a profit though.

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2017: http://s.afl.com.au/staticfile/AFL%20Te ... T_2017.pdf

Previous: https://1drv.ms/f/s!AsiQvuhFh1o5gjRY64-aAZmNGa5S

Comparisons

Club Comparison
Revenue

Collingwood -$77,736,469
Hawthorn - $70,742,464
Essendon* - $65,165,407
Richmond - $65,164,372
Carlton - $58,618,876
Geelong - $57,804,052
Brisbane - $52,060,420
Melbourne - $51,988,711
Western Bulldogs - $51,944,472
St Kilda - $47,952,666

Profit/loss

St Kilda - $5,267,414
Essendon* - $5,054,186
Hawthorn - $4,933,128
Richmond - $3,063,298
Melbourne - $1,363,060
Western Bulldogs - $1,643,050
Carlton - $667,803
Geelong - ($339,849)
Brisbane - ($2,261,990)
Collingwood - ($2,732,624)

Gaming & Social Revenue

Collingwood - $22,887,477
Hawthorn - $19,087,366
Carlton - $18,825,869
Brisbane - $15,687,630
Essendon* - $13,351,296
Melbourne - $11,641,049
Geelong - $10,537,358
Richmond - $7,180,170
Western Bulldogs - $7,061,232
St Kilda - $1,934,045

Gaming Profit

Collingwood - $6,037,992
Brisbane - $3,744,228
Melbourne - $3,720,679
Essendon* - $2,276,154
Western Bulldogs - $1,390,994
Richmond - $942,060
St Kilda - $616,340
Hawthorn - No costs available
Geelong - no costs available
Carlton - no costs available.

Revenue without Gaming

Richmond - $57,984,202
Collingwood - $54,848,992
Essendon* - $51,814,111
Hawthorn - $51,655,098
Geelong - $47,266,694
St Kilda - $46,018,621
Western Bulldogs - $44,883,240
Melbourne - $40,347,662
Brisbane - $36,372,790

Profit/Loss without Gaming

St Kilda - $4,651,074
Essendon* - $2,778,032
Richmond - $2,121,238
Western Bulldogs - $252,056
Melbourne - ($2,357,619)
Brisbane - ($6,006,218)
Collingwood ($8,770,616)
Hawthorn - Not available
Geelong - not available.
Carrlton - not available.

Membership, Reserved seating

Collingwood - $23,126,822 (includes matchday)
Geelong - $16,039,108 (includes gate reciepts)
Hawthorn - $12,446,104
Essendon* - $11,971,985
Carlton - $8,527,889
Western Bulldogs - $8,469,489
Melbourne - $8,057,900 (includes fundraising)
St Kilda - $7,477,148
Brisbane - $5,530,944
Richmond - Not Available

Revenue per member

Collingwood - $304.78 per member (includes matchday)
Geelong - $292.40 (includes fundraising)
Brisbane - $258.92 per member (includes gate)
Melbourne - $190.80 per member (includes fundraising)
St Kilda - $177.81 per member
Western Bulldogs - $177.73 per member
Essendon* - $176.66 per member
Carlton - $169.45 per member
Hawthorn - $164.49 per member
Richmond - Not available

Gate takings

Melbourne - $5,366,974
Hawthorn - $5,117,239
Carlton - $3,023,882
Essendon* - $2,368,742
Western Bulldogs - $1,856,728
St Kilda - $1,525,634
Brisbane - included in Membership
Richmond - Not available

Sponsorship & Marketing

Collingwood - $18,945,477
Geelong - $14,535,577 (inc fundraising)
Essendon* - $14,326,352
Hawthorn - $14,155,211
Richmond - $13,638,619
Carlton - $12,662,263
Western Bulldogs - $10,544,220
Melbourne - $9,399,004 (inc fundraising)
Brisbane - $8,889,077
St Kilda - $6,170,905

Merchandise

Western Bulldogs - $2,537,563
Hawthorn - $2,088,983
Essendon* - $2,066,030
Geelong - $2,065,559
Carlton - $1,300,900
Melbourne - $1,085,881
Brisbane - $771,375
St Kilda - $710,803
Richmond - Not Available

AFL Distributions

Brisbane - $20,932,600
St Kilda - $20,602,885
Western Bulldogs - $16,575,940
Melbourne - $15,713,629
Carlton - $13,669,151
Richmond - $13,627,896
Essendon* - $12,945,389
Geelong - $12,116,718
Collingwood - $10,939,471
Hawthorn - $10,861,443

Football Department spending

Collingwood ($28,366,146) - includes AFLW, VFL.
Geelong - ($25,981,512)
Western Bulldogs ($25,489,964)
Melbourne - ($24,223,494)
Brisbane - ($24,712,245)
Carlton - ($23,841,372)
St Kilda - ($23,715,001)
Essendon* - ($23,687,766)
Hawthorn - Not Available
Richmond - Not Available

AFLW Cost

Melbourne - ($699,970)

Assets

Hawthorn - $66,430,723
Collingwood - $48,713,041
Essendon* - $45,362,544
Geelong - $38,218,519
Western Bulldogs - $37,690,400
Richmond - $37,332,992
Carlton - $26,206,220
St Kilda - $22,121,016
Melbourne - $18,012,858
Brisbane - $9,299,059

Liabilities

Geelong - $28,627,386
Brisbane - $22,432,913
Hawthorn - $19,898,341
St Kilda - $17,488,177
Carlton - $17,398,022
Collingwood - $16,134,623
Essendon* - $12,854,759
Melbourne - $11,810,162
Richmond - $10,178,623
Western Bulldogs - $9,980,201

Equity

Hawthorn - $46,532,382
Collingwood - $32,578,418
Essendon* - $32,507,785
Western Bulldogs - $27,710,199
Richmond - $27,154,369
Geelong - $9,591,133
Carlton - $8,808,198
Melbourne - $6,202,696
St Kilda - $4,632,839
Brisbane - ($13,133,854)

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 27, 2018 5:33 pm 
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Not sure if this is the right forum to slot this one in, but reading an article by Ross Gitten in The Age today, I couldn't help but be impressed by what he wrote about Harold Mitchell. Harold is an advertising man and life-long Carlton FC fan and member. would love to see him approached if the club ever looks to replace its President.
Quote: "What I’ve found most surprising in recent days is not money-hungry cricketers but the views of a leading businessman, Harold Mitchell, expressed in The Age: “I’m an Australian and I pay tax for the good of the country.”
Harold Mitchell passed up an opportunity to move his company to Singapore to pay less tax.
Mitchell tells of being visited by representatives of the Singapore government, who invited him to move his head office there. Their advertised company tax rate was 15 per cent, but he’d get a special offer of 7 per cent.
He declined. “I believe in the Australian system that creates the sort of society that enabled me to build a successful business. Avoiding tax, even if it seems legal, is a very shortsighted ambition,” he wrote.
What’s wrong with the man? What a corporate dinosaur. He claims to have found at least one other rich person who thinks similarly – the Scottish children’s author, JK Rowling.
“I pay a lot of tax, and I feel one of the reasons I stay and pay and why I’m not based in Monaco ... is I think my country helped me,” she's said.
Mitchell even quoted the American jurist Oliver Wendell Holmes’ dictum that “taxes are what we pay for a civilised society”.
Perhaps the problem is it also works the other way: more money-grubbing, rule-bending and tax avoiding are part of a society that’s becoming less civilised."
I think he'd make a fine addition to the Carlton board


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 27, 2018 6:32 pm 
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bluepoles wrote:
Not sure if this is the right forum to slot this one in, but reading an article by Ross Gitten in The Age today, I couldn't help but be impressed by what he wrote about Harold Mitchell. Harold is an advertising man and life-long Carlton FC fan and member. would love to see him approached if the club ever looks to replace its President.
Quote: "What I’ve found most surprising in recent days is not money-hungry cricketers but the views of a leading businessman, Harold Mitchell, expressed in The Age: “I’m an Australian and I pay tax for the good of the country.”
Harold Mitchell passed up an opportunity to move his company to Singapore to pay less tax.
Mitchell tells of being visited by representatives of the Singapore government, who invited him to move his head office there. Their advertised company tax rate was 15 per cent, but he’d get a special offer of 7 per cent.
He declined. “I believe in the Australian system that creates the sort of society that enabled me to build a successful business. Avoiding tax, even if it seems legal, is a very shortsighted ambition,” he wrote.
What’s wrong with the man? What a corporate dinosaur. He claims to have found at least one other rich person who thinks similarly – the Scottish children’s author, JK Rowling.
“I pay a lot of tax, and I feel one of the reasons I stay and pay and why I’m not based in Monaco ... is I think my country helped me,” she's said.
Mitchell even quoted the American jurist Oliver Wendell Holmes’ dictum that “taxes are what we pay for a civilised society”.
Perhaps the problem is it also works the other way: more money-grubbing, rule-bending and tax avoiding are part of a society that’s becoming less civilised."
I think he'd make a fine addition to the Carlton board


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2018 6:08 pm 
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bluepoles wrote:
Not sure if this is the right forum to slot this one in, but reading an article by Ross Gitten in The Age today, I couldn't help but be impressed by what he wrote about Harold Mitchell. Harold is an advertising man and life-long Carlton FC fan and member. would love to see him approached if the club ever looks to replace its President.
Quote: "What I’ve found most surprising in recent days is not money-hungry cricketers but the views of a leading businessman, Harold Mitchell, expressed in The Age: “I’m an Australian and I pay tax for the good of the country.”
Harold Mitchell passed up an opportunity to move his company to Singapore to pay less tax.
Mitchell tells of being visited by representatives of the Singapore government, who invited him to move his head office there. Their advertised company tax rate was 15 per cent, but he’d get a special offer of 7 per cent.
He declined. “I believe in the Australian system that creates the sort of society that enabled me to build a successful business. Avoiding tax, even if it seems legal, is a very shortsighted ambition,” he wrote.
What’s wrong with the man? What a corporate dinosaur. He claims to have found at least one other rich person who thinks similarly – the Scottish children’s author, JK Rowling.
“I pay a lot of tax, and I feel one of the reasons I stay and pay and why I’m not based in Monaco ... is I think my country helped me,” she's said.
Mitchell even quoted the American jurist Oliver Wendell Holmes’ dictum that “taxes are what we pay for a civilised society”.
Perhaps the problem is it also works the other way: more money-grubbing, rule-bending and tax avoiding are part of a society that’s becoming less civilised."
I think he'd make a fine addition to the Carlton board


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