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SGI Europe - Sporting Goods Intelligence

Published since 1989, SGI Europe remains the most authoritative and comprehensive business newsletter on the sporting goods market in Europe, focusing on suppliers, distributors and retailers operating anywhere in this important region of the world, including the major international sports brands. SGI Europe is published in English a minimum of 40 times a year and can be received by e-mail or regular mail. It is only available by subscription.

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Feb. 1, 2019
Vol. 30 - N°5+6
Summary of the Issue
  • Ispo Munich boasts 2,943 exhibitors
  • Intersport International grows more slowly, pulls out of Russia
  • Sportmaster launches its 6th chain
  • Amazon and Alibaba disappoint
  • Puma launches its self-lacing shoe
  • Northwave returns to its DNA
  • Boardriders consolidates in Europe
  • Apex seeks strategic partners
  • Hoka One One fuels Deckers
CorporateDescente, Invista, KTC, Laurent Vanat, Marmot, Mike Ashley, Osprey, Valcismon, etc.
Management & DistributionFenix Outdoor, Head, Li & Fung, Nemo, Microban, Oberalp, Puma, Sherpa Advtr Gear, Timberland, Vista Outdoor, Vaude, etc.
Others11teamsports, Asics, Atmosfera Sport, Black Diamond, Brunswick, Champion, Damart, Ecco, HeiQ, Mammut, Nike, Norspo, Odlo, OR, Rip Curl, San Marco, Sergio Tacchini, Sierra Designs, Smartwool, Stadium, Treksta, Uniqlo, WFSGI, ZDHC, etc.

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Jan. 28, 2019
Vol. 30 - N°3+4
Summary of the issue
  • The WTO will tackle e-commerce
  • 21sportsgroup focuses on boardsports
  • Skins goes bankrupt
  • SnowWorld claims leadership in Europe
  • TNF and Vans drive VF's results
  • Head may or may not go cycling
  • Rapala, Shimano, Brooks, Kappa change distribution in Europe
  • More fashion brands embrace sports
Corporate Adidas, Amer, Ciesse, Pro-X Elements, Puma, RTE,Trerè, etc.

Management & DistributionAccell, Head, L-Fashion Group, Ironman, Level, Puma, Pure Fishing, Zebco Europe, USB, etc.

Other ResultsClarus, Crocs, Himaraya, JD, Lululemon, Stella
Others
Adidas, Alpina, Altra, Arc'teryx, Br¸ndl, Castore, Converse, Dunlop, Ellesse, Erima, Etonic, Fesi, Haglˆfs, Helmenkohl, Houdini, Interbike, Intersport, Isbjˆrn, Ispo, Klim, La Sportiva, Lenzing/Hyosung, Li Ning, Madshus, Nike, On, Pajar, Poc, PremiËre Vision, Puma/Porsche, Recco, Santini, Size?, Snowleader, Suunto, Sympatex, TNF, Twinner, Under Armour, Volcom, YYN, Zimstern, Zoggs, WFSGI, etc.
Jan. 10, 2019
Vol. 30 - N°1+2
Summary of the issue
  • EU probes Nike's European tax structure
  • Sports industry stocks rise by 10.1%
  • Nike's consumer-direct offense pays off
  • Foot Locker invests in a kids' brand
  • Signa partners with big Asian retailers
  • XXL, Footasylum issue warnings
  • New stage for sports flash e-tailer PSS
  • More ski visits in the last winter season
  • EU action on workplace sports, plastics
CorporateAdidas, Anta/Amer, Crocs, Elan, JD, Le Coq Sportif, New Balance, Newell, Northug, Outnorth/Fjellsport, Under Armour, etc.
ManagementCalida, Converse, Dorel, Forum Sport, IOC, MGM, Munich, Quiksilver, Schöffel, Sport 2000, SportScheck, Sram, Uvex, etc. OthersAdidas, Alibaba/IOC, Asics, Billabong, Courir, Decathlon, EOG, Eqpe, Erreà, Fila, Gore, Intersport, Ispo, JD, Joma, Mammut, ManU, Mizuno, Nike, OR, OSV, Polartec, Puma, Reima, Rossignol, Salomon, Scott, Technogym, TNF, Tony Hawk, Vans, WFSGI, Wolverine, Zalando, etc.

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