Two exhausting days are already behind you. So start the day relaxed at the European Outdoor Group Breakfast in the Future Lab in Hall B2. Take advantage of one last opportunity to make important contacts from the industry and learn in case studies how the outdoor industry can continue to operate successfully in the future.
Sustainability is preoccupying the sports industry like never before and is therefore a major topic at ISPO Munich 2022. On the last day, there will be no less than three highlights in the Future Lab on this topic: At the ESG Sport Business Panel, presented by Deloitte, there will be a discussion on how sustainability is influencing the world of professional sport and how it can use its popularity to reach out to society and inspire change.
In 2024, the Summer Olympics will be held in Paris. This is just one of three mega sporting events that will be held in France in 2023 and will inevitably leave an ecological footprint. How should the sports industry handle events of this magnitude in the future, and what is its responsibility? At the talk by Global Sports Week will discuss the impact and legacy of these mega-events for the world and society.
In "The tale about sustainability" trail runner and adidas athlete Marcel Höche, among others, asks what the sportswear industry, as well as consumers, retailers and brands, can do to create a better future for all. How can sportswear become more durable and how important is quality over quantity?
There will be two exciting presentations on these topics on day three: Women in the sports business and as a target group continue to be an important focus topic. In the Future Lab, you can be inspired by real power women, prominent female entrepreneurs and sportswomen in the session "Stories to be told". Here you will also have the opportunity to meet Vibke Sefland. Vibke "Vibi" is an ambassador for the brand Aclima and a real power woman: She has already climbed the seven highest peaks on all continents ("7 summits") and led the first Afghan woman to the summit of the highest mountain in Afghanistan, the Noshaq (7492m).
In the Diversity Panel Talk with Olympic decathlon champion Christian Schenk and founder of the all-inclusive festival in Rostocku and Paralympic cycling world champion Denise Schindler, the question will be asked how diverse and inclusive the sports sector really is. Expand your understanding of this field and learn how diversity and inclusion can positively change the way you work.
It is THE trend barometer for the sports and outdoor industry: the ISPO Consumer Insights Report with Alibaba.com. Here you can find out everything about consumers in the sports and outdoor industry, which challenges are challenging the industry the most, and which trends are on the rise.. After more than two years of pandemics, Ukraine wars and energy crises, this year's focus is on one thing in particular: How does the sports industry deal with crises? Other focus topics of the report: Sports fashion has made its way into the high-end fashion world. This is demonstrated by numerous collaborations between sports brands and fashion designers and celebrities, such as Nike x Stüssy or ARC'TERYX x BEAMS. What does this mean for brands and the future of sportswear manufacturers? Also: The market for brands and products around the topic of nutrition is growing enormously. Will this change the industry in the long term? Find out in Hall B2 on the Main Stage.