The Sport Business Journal has put together a handy infographic on the network corporations network.
It explains the different aspects of the network.
We’ve also broken down the major organisations involved, such as the broadcasters, who we’re sure you’re familiar with.
The article is based on data from the Network Corporation Assessment and Assessments (NCAA) website, which was last updated on 25 March 2018.
We’ll be updating this article with the latest data.
The Network Corporation Information Centre provides a good place to find out more about the corporations organisation and its role in our sport.
If you’re a parent, carer, student, student support worker, student sports administrator, or student athlete, or any other member of the wider public who’s interested in the network, you can also access the Network Corporations website for more information.
What is a Network Corporation?
A network corporation is a body that operates and has the authority to issue commercial contracts.
It also holds a range of other financial interests, such to the licence fee that a sports club pays.
A company may also hold a licence to own a sports ground, but this does not entitle the company to operate a sports field, nor the use of the ground.
Networks corporations operate by issuing commercial contracts to companies.
Each of these companies then issue the licences for the commercial services.
The contracts are not the same as commercial licences.
They are issued by the companies that issue the commercial licences and are not recognised as being in the same category as commercial licence licences.
The network corporation has two types of licences.
Commercial licences cover the use and supply of a specific area of the premises for the purposes of sporting activity.
These are issued under the terms of an agreement between the companies issuing the commercial licence and the operator of the sports ground.
These agreements are not issued by a network corporation and they do not entitle a sports company to be able to use a football field or other sporting facility.
A residential licence covers the use, supply, and management of a residential property and is issued under a specific agreement between a sports authority and the landlord.
These contracts are issued through a network company, not a company registered as a network authority.
The licence fees paid by the owner of a property are used to fund the operation of the facility.
These fees are paid directly by the landlord, who is responsible for providing the services.
Network corporations are usually formed from a number of different companies and are run in a similar way to a company.
The following is a description of each type of licence.
Commercial licence Commercial licences allow a company to provide a service for a commercial purpose.
For example, a commercial licence may cover the provision of a sporting field for a club.
They usually do not give the operator or the provider the right to refuse to supply a particular service, but the network may refuse to renew a commercial license that the operator does not wish to renew.
Sports ground The sporting ground is the area in which a sports group conducts activities.
A sports ground is generally located in an area that has the same dimensions as the field.
For a football ground, for example, the playing area may be 50 metres long, 25 metres wide and 25 metres high.
A football field may also have a grass pitch or other surface that is not covered with a turf.
A licensed premises in a residential area that is used for an organised event (e.g. a football match) may also be used for a sporting event.
A network may also operate a football or rugby league ground in a larger stadium than is used in a football stadium.
This could be the same stadium used for the home of a club or a rugby league club.
A commercial licence covers a specific service or area of a business that is delivered to the operator and that is designed to enable that business to carry out a commercial activity.
A licence may be issued by multiple companies, which are identified by their logo and number.
A franchise is a type of commercial licence that allows a business to operate as a franchise.
A licensing agreement is a written contract between a business and a network that outlines the terms and conditions of the franchise.
The terms of a franchise may include provisions for a franchisee to take on a different type of business from that operated by the business that the franchise is issued for.
The franchisee must comply with the franchisee agreement.
A registered company The name of a company that holds a licence under a network licence may appear on the front of a commercial or residential licence.
These companies are registered in the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) register.
Companies can register under ASIC’s register by completing a Form TSX, and this form can be obtained from ASIC’s ASIC website.
Networks may also register under a business registration scheme.
This is an application form that must be completed and signed by the relevant person.
Registered companies can provide services for a network, such through the provision and management by a licensee of a premises.
Licensed premises The term ‘residential