The World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry (hereinafter called the "WFSGI”), is an independent association formed by sporting goods brands, manufacturers, suppliers, retailers, national and regional federations and other sporting goods industry related businesses. As a Non-profit organization without any objective of economic character for its own gains, it is the world authoritative body for the sporting goods industry acknowledged as the global voice of the sporting goods industry. The WFSGI is officially recognized by the IOC as the industry representative within the Olympic Family.
Robbert de Kock, General Secretary World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry:
“The World Federation is a longstanding partner of ISPO which, with Munich, has a good venue, an excellent infrastructure and a team which ideally supports our members and brands with
creative marketing and sales solutions”.
The Light Electric Vehicle Association (LEVA) represents the strategic interests of light electric vehicle retailers, dealers, distributors, manufacturers and suppliers to promote the development, sale, and use of LEVs worldwide. Members receive support and educational resources to expand their businesses while initiating efforts to influence and adopt legislation, regulation, performance standards, promotion and general best practices in the light electric vehicle industry. We have over 200 members from 25 countries.
Ed Benjamin, Chairman, LEVA and Managing Director, eCycleElectric Consulting Group:
"LEVA is excited to be a part of ISPO BIKE for the first time this year to help promote its E-Mobility Hall for electric bikes and pedelecs as more and more of our members see the increasing business potential in the EU and want to be a part of it.
ADFC Landesverband Bayern (ADFC Bavarian State Chapter)
The ADFC’s Bavarian State Chapter is a member of the ADFC’s National Association, has more than 22,000 members and the motto: ?We make cycling in Bavaria better, more enjoyable and safer! ADFC is a consumer protection association involved in transportation policy and a member association. It was founded in 1979, is active throughout Germany and has close to 135,000 members.
Markus Schildhauer, General Manager of ADFC Landesverband Bayern:
For us, ISPO BIKE is one of the most important cycling events. The combination of industry trade show and public event as well as the venue in Munich with its high focus on cycling infrastructure makes it possible o delve further into the subject of the bicycle as a method of transportation in the city and the region. We are especially pleased with the opportunity for communication between manufacturers, retailers and consumer. This dialogue should most definitely be further endorsed.
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