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The sports equipment industry is in upheaval: The World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry (WFSGI) brought representatives from all industries together.
How do sporting goods buyers decide where they get their information, which brands are hot, and where they like to shop best? A market researcher knows the answers.
Exciting exchange in a cool location: More than 50 opinion leaders came together at ISPO ACADEMY CONNECT.
For the first time ISPO ACADEMY has taken place in Korea. In Seoul business insiders discussed the newest trends in outdoor industry.
Overloaded businesses are old news. Today’s retail design above all needs atmosphere, emotions, and clarity. Industry expert Anny Cardinahl explains the latest trends and requirements for sports businesses.
South Korea could become a major force in the outdoor sports industry, the Scandinavian Outdoor Group believes. The Asian markets will be examined at ISPO ACADEMY in Seoul.
The second edition of the ISPO ACADEMY in Tokyo is getting closer. Takaya Miyoshi, Senior Associate of ISPO in Japan, talks about the Asian market.
For the fourth time since 2013 an ISPO ACADEMY was organized for Chinese retailers and other market players, this time on the eve of ISPO SHANGHAI. The organizers of the event were happy with the attendance and the interest in the topics. Christoph Rapp, responsible for such events at Messe München, explains why training programs are especially important in the Chinese market.
At ISPO SHANGHAI a Retail Camp was held, which was attended by more than 100 retailers. The focus was on topics such as order management, and on- and offline retailing as well as on the use of Tmall, the Chinese variety of Amazon.
Rapp said that this part of ISPO ACADEMY was “very positive”.