Industry News & Latest Postings
|Here's a way to boost sportswear sales|
Here's a new approach to building sportswear sales - northern European brand Bjorn Borg has opened a new pop-up store in Central Amsterdam where customers can swap drugs for sportswear.
|Grants for active oldies programmes|
Sport needs to move with the changes older Aussies face in keeping active, and a programme has been launched to help them move more.
|Broncos ride high on NRL supporters ladder|
The Brisbane Broncos have again 'won' the annual Roy Morgan NRL supporter ladder with 1.09 million supporters ahead of a surging Melbourne Storm.
|JD Sports 'plans Pitt Street flagship'|
JD Sports is making 'positive progress' in the Australian marketplace, the UK retailer's half year results showed.
|Calling kids to join the cricket fun|
Cricket Australia has launched its "Join The Fun" campaign, which encourages kids across Australia to get involved in cricket through the new programme.
|Juice brand signs up for more surfing |
Juice brand nudie has taken naming rights to the national SurfGroms programme supported by Rip Curl, for the next three years.
|Rebel to sponsor NRL women's league|
The NRL has signed a three-year partnership with Rebel for its inaugural women's rugby league.
|Women 'less active than men' world-wide|
More than a quarter of the world's population was lazy in 2016, with around one in three women not reaching the recommended levels of activity.
|Learning what drives activewear sales|
The key to understanding female consumer behaviour and the activewear market is to keep up with the trends of the moment.
|Getting oldies up onto their feet|
A Victoria University sport participation expert says a $23 million federal government fund to encourage Australian seniors to move more is tackling a growing problem.
|Dunlop to be new Open tennis ball|
Dunlop signs on as the new ball for Australia's Grand Slam, as part of a new brand strategy under new owners.
|Spread goes nuts for surfer groms|
Most kids love peanut butter so Surfing Australia's latest sponsor is sure to win their approval.
|Rebel boosts profits, online sales for year|
Super Retail Group reported that Rebel grew total sales for the year ending June 2018, with apparel and footwear categories responding strongly and equipment down.
|Decathlon plans very busy November|
Recent entrant to the Aussie sports market, Decathlon is planning to open three new stores in November.
|'Calm, positive' colours for new seasons|
Ispo Textrends has released the colour palettes for autumn/winter 20/21 "embracing the mood of change and a journey through sustainability and efficiency."
|Fins firm extends deal with Surfing|
Surfing Australia and FCS have inked another two years on their partnership through to 2020.
|Implus adds SKLZ to brand stable|
Accessories and fitness company Implus of the USA has added the performance training brand SKLZ to its stable.
|JD Sports goes north, and west|
Self-proclaimed King of Sneakers JD Sports is broadening its store locations in Australia with a move into Brisbane and Perth.
|What drives running shoes for women|
Running companies have recognised that women are running too, and many are targeting product to them.
|Coke wins battle of FIFA world cup|
There was more to the recent FIFA world cup than teams battling it out on the field till France went home victorious.
|Dare: Brushing up your retail experiences|
Australian shoppers are flocking back to traditional bricks-and-mortar stores compared to online.
|Hart Sport thrilled to win major award|
Brisbane-based Hart Sport has been named by Westpac as one of the top 200 Businesses of Tomorrow.
|Air-con brand gives Roar its cool|
In a cool move, Brisbane Roar has named air conditioning manufacturer ActronAir as its new principal partner.
|Sports leaders call for integrity 'help'|
Winning at any cost was the subject of intense debate at the 2018 National Sport Integrity Forum.
|Nike opens latest concept store|
Nike Inc. has launched its latest Live concept store, deep in the heart of West LA, designed to attract NikeHub members.
|Ispo Shanghai: more visitors, outdoor fashion|
More than 550 exhibitors and 655 brands presented the summer sports trends of the coming season at ISPO Shanghai this month.
|Virtually amazing: Watching the World Cup |
As the football World Cup progresses, fans and tecchies alike have been able to savour mind-blowing visual effects used by global broadcasters.
|Sport NZ: 'young teens are most active'|
Young Kiwis between the ages of 12 and 14 are the most active, then activity drops sharply, says a new report.
|Lots to see at Sport & Rec Expo|
The National Sports Convention will bring together Australia's leading suppliers and peak bodies under one roof for the Sport and Recreation Expo.
|Warner takes to pitch with Spartan|
After playing with an unbranded bat in a practice matches, David Warner took to the GlobalT20 field with Spartan cosmetics.
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