Industry News & Latest Postings
|Holden to swim between the flags|
Surf Life Saving Australia has inked a announced a new national partnership partnership with automotive heavyweight Holden.
|Booze, smokes, sport down, obesity up|
The levels of obesity in Australia are set to rise, as participation in sport is reported to decline, says research.
|Christmas NY sales 'a mixed bag'|
New players in the Australian retail market, aggressive sales tactics and substantial boosts in online sale numbers are among the many impacts on Christmas NY sales figures.
|ASICS adds Djokovic to star roster|
ASICS highlights its focus on tennis with the signing of Novak Djokovic to a global performance and lifestyle footwear deal.
|Cricket Australia and Milo say goodnight|
Cricket Australia and Milo end their 25 years of partnership with junior participation programmes at the close of the 2017-18 cricket season.
|Women's Tour gets a hand from UniSA|
The University of South Australia is building on its partnership with the Santos Tour Down Under by becoming the naming rights partner for the national women's team this year.
|Sports facilities forecast 'to fly this year'|
Research company IBISWorld forecasts that sports and recreation facilities operation will be a profitable sector in 2017-18.
|ASICS' Russell calls time on career|
New Zealanders have been known to call Australia its western island, but the pull of home is strong for Allan Russell.
|JAKO signs football club partnerships|
Custom sportswear brand JAKO has signed two club partnerships to launch the brand into Australia.
|Women choose gyms over team sports|
Women are not less active than men - the data says they are more! - it's just that they do not like to be organised.
|Airline to cut Aussie sport sponsorships|
Emirates is reviewing its Aussie sports sponsorships and will drop the Australian golf Open after a decade, reports The Australian newspaper.
|Smart tech on show at Taispo 2018|
Smart technology for sports and fitness equipment design. will be on display at the TaiSPO trade show in March in Taiwan.
|Tralaggan signs as face of Wattbike|
Johnson Health Tech Australia has signed former elite road cyclist Joanne Tralaggan as brand ambassador for Wattbike.
|Decathlon store shows how it's done|
Not quite 24/7 but certainly 19/7 - these are the opening hours for the new, and first, Decathlon store in Australia.
|Rebel: merger 'completed on schedule'|
The conversion of Amart Sports stores into Rebel stores has met with a widespread "positive response."
|Football codes go all out for digital|
As the golden days of multimillion TV rights deals begin to recede, football codes are moving further to futureproof the loss of broadcasting revenue.
|'Our strategies are staying true to sport'|
Intersport Australia has many new strategies in the pipeline, including e-commerce and visual merchandising training schemes but also places a high value on consistency.
|Canterbury says it has the Blues, again|
Canterbury recognises the need to develop the toughest jerseys to stand up to the rigours of Origin football, and says " We are proud to return as the official kit supplier of the NSW Blues for 2018.
|Understanding the Amazon effect|
Keynoters at the ASGA meeting addressed the subject that is top of sports industry minds: the impact the arrival of Amazon will have on retail and wholesale.
|SportsPower 'proud' of Dockland store|
Melbourne's Docklands has become an exciting new business centre, and ARL is joining right in.
|Decathlon names the big day, at last|
French retail group Decathlon has finally named the day for "its grand opening" in Australia - December 5.
|Everlast boxes clever with the Magpies|
The worlds of boxing and AFL have merged with a new partnership between Everlast and Collingwood FC.
|Wholesale apparel 'hit by online growth'|
Online sales have hit apparel wholesaling hard in Australia, along with the decline in retail.
|ISPO: Fashionable women love sneakers|
Women's sneakers are booming with fashionable sports shoes in more demand than high-heels.
|Wallabies kick on with Opro mouthguards|
Rugby Australia has renewed its partnership with Opro mouthguards for four more years.
|Cafés are key for women's sport|
Encouraging more Australians, particularly women, to maintain active lifestyles calls for creative thinking about teaching in health, physical education and provision of sport in schools.
|Andon swings and bounces into NZ|
After a decade in business, Brisbane-based Joe Andon has launched his new Vuly swing sets and trampolines to New Zealand, via the rest of the world.
|Amazon impacts: hear KPMG views|
The impact of Amazon entering the Australian sports market will be the hot topic at the upcoming ASGA networking get together.
|All I want for Christmas is (not) Amazon|
Sorry to spoil your Christmas, but with Amazon set to launch in weeks or even days, forecasts are that most holiday sales will be online.
|Getting high schoolers back into sport|
In secondary school, many students disengage from sport. The ASC in partnership with LaTrobe University wanted to find out just why they do.
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