Industry News & Latest Postings
|Football and baseball up, union down|
The latest survey from Roy Morgan Research reinforces what sports retailers and sports clubs know - that fewer people are playing team sports.
|GLC now becomes Implus Australia|
Global Leisure Concepts has been acquired by US company Implus LLC, owner of several brands it had been distributing here.
|Puma's Singapore offers are literally off the wall|
A Singapore version of Puma's 'Run the Streets' campaign has given mass-transit passengers the opportunity to simply peel a discount offer off the wall.
| Major brands in hunt for store space|
JD Sports will open their first Australian store in Melbourne Central next month, just the first of five planned for this year.
|Wahu surfers back for HPC camps|
The first of two Wahu Surf Camps - one for boys and another for girls - starts at the Surfing Australia High Performance Centre in Coolangatta tomorrow.
|Apparel experts forecasts on activewear|
Experts from some of Australia's leading apparel companies have contributed to the activewear research project established by ASGA.
|Netball pushes the cute factor|
Netball Australia shines a light on "netball's little heroes" in its latest television commercial.
|Adding Aussie Spirit to Chicago Bandits|
Aussie Spirit girls will train with the Chicago Bandits, current US national fastpitch champions, in a deal signed by Softball Australia.
|JD Sports gets ready to open stores|
JD Sports is advertising for store staff in Melbourne, Sydney and the Gold Coast.
|Steeden kicks off as world cup ball|
Official match ball for this year's Rugby League World Cup has been launched by Steeden, for use by the men's and women's tournaments.
|SRG reports profits, 'improved performance'|
Super Retail Group's first-half net profit has soared 65.7 per cent to $74.4 million, with sports and leisure divisions performing strongly.
|SportsPower celebrates equipment, suppliers|
The last hardgoods conference to be held in February by ARL's sports brands was deemed a great success.
|ASGA on LVT: demise one step closer|
Today Treasurer Scott Morrison introduced a bill to scrap the Low Value Tax Threshold into Parliament and the Australian Sporting Goods Association is delighted.
|XBlades to dress three AFL clubs|
Three AFL clubs have signed apparel deals with the new-look Melbourne-based XBlades, adding to its growing rollcall of partnerships.
|Vodafone signs up to Super Rugby|
It is 14 years since Vodafone played Super Rugby but now the telecommunications company has signed as the naming rights sponsor for four years.
|Ispo Munich: 85,000 reasons to crow|
A record number of exhibitors, 85,000 visitors and many product innovations cause the Ispo Munich organisers to be cock a' hoop, and exhibitors to report success.
|Christmas sales numbers show some growth|
The Australian Retailers Association reports steady growth for retailers over Christmas, with a three percent growth (seasonally adjusted) in the retail trade figures released by the ABS.
|Rebel takes to field with AFLwomen|
Rebel has signed a three-year partnership with the AfLs men's and women's national leagues, as the new AFLW launches with a battle between Collingwood and Carlton.
|Recovery footwear set to benefit all runners|
Recovery footwear brand OOFOS is bringing all its technology and expertise to benefit Aussie runners.
|BLK's new owners name old team|
Now under new owners and with a new name, Gold Coast-based sportswear brand BLK will go forward.
|Close to the billion, Baldock leaves RCG for next chapter|
Executive director Ted Baldock is drawing a line under seven years and an "amazing journey" at RCG Brands to move on to what he says will be the next chapter.
|Dolphins take to pool in Arena now|
Swimming Australia has signed a four year deal with Arena swimwear as the new sponsor of the Dolphins swim team.
|GPI building on firm fitness foundation|
Jamie Gordon wins a vote of confidence from his team at GPI Sports and Fitness in Melbourne's Mulgrave where he is a talented General Manager.
|Aussie Open: oldies watch, young play|
Australian Open tennis viewers are a different breed to Aussies who play tennis, reports the latest findings from Roy Morgan.
|Murray launches UA's new 'brand house'|
Under Armour has opened its second store in Australia, a "brand house" in the expanded Chadstone shopping centre.
|Marketing spend to build fitness expo|
Planning and marketing is well underway for the 2017 series of Fitness and Health Expos, in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
|Great Day: Nike signs Aussie golfer Jason|
News had broken a couple of months ago that Nike would sign a multi-million deal with top Aussie golfer Jason Day.
|Gender vital in online shopping styles|
Men and women are different, so the old song says - in how they shop in store and online as well as how they play sport and workout.
|Dolphins to take off their Speedos now |
After more than 50 years, Swimming Australia and Speedo have announced that their long-standing partnership will end and a new partner announced next month.
|Zhik at helm for four more years|
Australian Sailing has agreed four more years with apparel specialist Zhik as official partner.
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