Industry News & Latest Postings
|CCC named as NRL’s top licensee|
Sportswear and merchandise manufacturer, Canterbury, has been named as the NRL’s “Licensee of the Year” for 2012.
|ASICS launches first flagship store |
ASICS has officially opened its first Australian flagship store, along with its streetwear heritage brand Onitsuka Tiger.
|How to source a supplier in China|
There are many traps for beginners in finding a supplier in China — here is how to avoid those traps and build “guanxi”
|Bank signs on for more tests|
Cricket Australia and the Commonwealth Bank have renewed their long-standing partnership, already 26 years old.
|Following the Lions legendary journeys|
Former Wallaby skipper George Gregan has a spot in a campaign to support HSBC’s sponsorship of the Lions visit.
|Surfer girls win at worlds|
It was golf and silver wins for the girls at the Reef ISA World Surfing Games in Panama.
|Getting the good oil on surfaces|
The National Synthetic Surfaces Conference and Expo is a one stop shop for everything regarding synthetic surfaces.
|SRG reports sports division growth|
Sales in the sports division were “ahead of internal expectations” reports the Super Retail Group in its May update on trading.
|Pulling up those hot pink socks! |
Australian athletes are calling on sportspeople across the nation to add a splash of hot pink to their local club games this season.
|Don’t miss Hong Kong show|
Many international exhibitors will join those from Hong Kong and mainland China at Sports Source Asia trade show, to be held in late October.
|So much to see at China SportShow|
Exhibitors from Australia, Taiwan, Korea and Germany will be among the record number of international exhibitors at this year’s China SportShow in Beijing but there will be so much more for international visitors to see.
|Running Google's mobile line|
Even if you don’t use the calculator – and why wouldn’t you? – watch the video that goes with today’s Google Full Value of Mobile launch.
|Running round Noosa’s sport fest|
The sunshine and the Noosa Ultimate Sports Fest attracted many athletes to the Sunshine Coast resort town over last weekend.
|Sports 'equipment cheaper now'|
Sporting goods and camping equipment are 16 percent cheaper now than they were a decade ago, reports a Fairfax Media analysis.
|Inspiration and fitness sales aplenty|
Australian Fitness and Health Expo at the Sydney Exhibition centre filled three halls with loads to see, more to do and even more to purchase.
|Millions granted to win the edge|
The Australian Sports Commission has made almost $120 million in allocations to national sporting bodies for 2013-14.
|Surfing to fight binge drinking|
Surfing Australia has joined the Australian Government’s initiative on binge drinking.
|Birtles: Retail challenges for 2013|
Customer expectations are rising in relation to price, range, environment and service, so says Peter Birtles.
|Aussie golfer signs with Uniqlo|
New global brand ambassador for Japanese apparel brand Uniglo is Australian professional golfer Adam Scott, now ranked world number three.
|FrontLine: ‘new age company for today’s world’|
Sport is going through the roof, says a new look FrontLine Stores Australia. Editor Maggie Coleman hears why
|Jersey ready for Lions battles |
The Qantas Wallabies and official apparel partner KooGa have unveiled a new jersey ahead of the Lions Tour.
|Tennis to form own premier league?|
Tennis is set to become the latest sport to attempt to create its own version of cricket’s Indian Premier League, according to UK newsletter Sport Business.
|FFA claims new visitor record|
The Hyundai A-League has set a new all-time season attendance record of 1,666,942, as it goes into the finals.
|adidas works to cut delivery delays|
Dealing with the challenges in deliveries and the stress it causes “our partners is a key priority ” of adidas managing director Pacific Greg Kerr.
|Taipei Cycle shows Asian growth|
The 26th Taipei Cycle Show, held in mid-March, attracted a total of 7,179 international visitors from 107 countries, many from emerging Asian markets.
|Win with your wave|
Home builder Metricon is offering close to a million dollars worth of prizes for winners of its 'Wave and Win' AFL promotion.
|Stars team up to launch activity app|
Sporting heroes teamed up this week to unveil a VicHealth app, TeamUp, designed to make physical activity more accessible.
|Bank boosts commitment to netball|
Australian netball has received another boost with ANZ increasing its commitment to the sport as the naming rights sponsor of Netball Australia’s junior netball programme, NetSetGO!.
|ASGA campaign to fight counterfeit|
ASGA has joined with the Australian Retailers Association, other industry associations and law firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth to start an anti-counterfeiting campaign.
|Footy fans – what else research reveals|
Almost eight million AFL supporters are happy again now, reports Roy Morgan Research, as the seven-month season of excitement gets underway again.
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