The new EOG Managing Director Arne Strate calls on his industry to rethink sustainability and CSR in order to grow rather than shrink. For him, the focus is on the customers - who determine where the industry is heading.
At ISPO Munich 2019 John Jansen handed over the baton as President of the European Outdoor Group (EOG) to Mark Held. In the interview, they talk about the future of outdoor – and why some brands have to change.
China is setting a remarkable pace in the preparations for the Olympic Games in Beijing 2022. The participants of the ISPO Ski Resort Tour 2019 could convince themselves of the progress of the construction work.
The eSports industry is booming worldwide, but in Germany politicians and the DOSB are reluctant to recognize competitive gaming as a sport. eSports associations react with incomprehension, but are nevertheless certain: eSports is unstoppable.
Practical experience, language skills, international experience - these are some of the most important skills of new employees in the sports industry? At ISPO Munich, trainees and students were able to find out about this and more at the invitation of ISPO.
Women conquer the sports business, whether as trainers in the German Bundesliga, as sports travel organizers or fitness bloggers - and as customers, too. These are the findings of a survey* by ISPO Munich 2019 on the topic of "Women in Sport Business".