With its FUS3D technology, CIME Industries brings 3D printing to the mass production of snowboards. In our interview, founder and CEO Antoine Postaire explains why the synthetic core helps boarders and brands.
FitStation powered by HP has made a dream come true for runners. The US brand's 3D foot scan makes tailor-made shoes and insoles suitable for the masses with the 3D printer. Becauso of that the company won the ISPO Award 2018. Sarah Clevinger from FitStation explains in the interview what has happened since then.
Swelling, blisters and wounds on the feet make things often difficult for athletes. The Irish startup Qilta promises the perfect recovery for the feet with its innovative recovery socks and calf sleeves. The ISPO Open Innovation community can exclusively convince itself of this in a free test.
Salomon considers itself to be a global ambassador for the sport of trail running. In workshops and with a broad media campaign, Salomon is making trail running come alive for many runners. (Promotion).
At the ISPO Munich 2019 from 3 to 6 February ISPO Brandnew awards the most innovative start-ups in the industry. ISPO Textrends is looking for the textile trends of the Fall/Winter season. Applications are now possible for both events.
The handball of the future is resin-free. With the self-adhesive handball Maxi Grip, Derbystar / Select also scored an ISPO Award. In an interview, the company explains what benefits the ball can also bring for amateur teams.