After ending their search for an exclusive distributor in Germany, Crankbrothers has now announced tmore
Within the outdoor sector in Poland, competition has been steadily growing for quite some time. Unfomore
According to the World Bank and their most recent forecast, economic growth for Poland is set to incmore
As the demand for group cycling classes increases, Fitness First Germany has now announced the additmore
Partner search for the Sports industry in Central Europe"
After ending their search for an exclusive distributor in Germany, Crankbrothers has now announced their partnership with Cosmic Sports GmbH.
Within the outdoor sector in Poland, competition has been steadily growing for quite some time.
According to the World Bank and their most recent forecast, economic growth for Poland is set to increase from 2.7% (in 2016) to 4% this year.
As the demand for group cycling classes increases, Fitness First Germany has now announced the addition of Bike and Beats classes right across the country.
When looking for an outdoor market with potential, Poland has long-been at the forefront of thinking but have they made progress at all? Today, we’re going to dig beneath the surface to find out.
According to Conde Nast Traveler magazine and their 300,000 readers, the Aria Hotel Budapest is now the second-best hotel within the Central European region.
Within the eBike market, COBI, a startup, has been making waves in recent times since it offers cyclists the opportunity to transform their smartphone into a display unit and eBike control feature.
In Russia alone, Decathlon now has 50 stores with Kant operating 18 retail branches along with a presence online.
Located in Teleac, Theodora Golf Club is set for its grand opening in Spring 2018 after an investment totalling €15 million.
After announcing two new stores in Mega Mall and Baneasa Shopping City in Bucharest, Under Armour is now set for their welcome into the Romanian market.
According to recent statistics, Poland now has just under three million health club members which makes them one of the fastest-growing fitness markets in all of Europe.
Sportmaster, has been going thorough a growth phase in Russia and now is projecting this growth in their sporting goods business in Ukraine.
A Leading South Korean Manufacturer of home fitness equipment Seeks Distributors in Central and Eastern Europe.2017-10-18 source own
A manufacturer of home fitness equipment from South Korea is looking for distributors and agents to represent their products in Poland, Czech, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Bulgaria and Romania.
The Central European home fitness equipment market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.2% during 2017 to 2020 with Poland forecast to experience the highest growth rate of 11.9%
After a positive few years, Martes Sport has announced huge plans to open 30 new stores in the fourth quarter of 2017 along with relocations and improvements elsewhere.
Located in Budapest, NEPI Rockcastle has now paid €275 million for the 66,000 square metre Arena Plaza Shopping Centre; the second-largest in the capital.
Visiotex, a technical textiles company based in Germany, has gained a reputation recently for innovative ideas and now they’re set to invest in Kaunas, the second-largest city in Lithuania.
For Lidl, a German supermarket, they’ve seen success all over Europe in recent years and now they’ve made a further jump into Central and Eastern Europe with their e-shop concept.
With McFit, they have their own virtual fitness division named ‘Cyberobics’ who work behind-the-scenes trying to integrate virtual technology into fitness clubs.
For Leader 96 OOD, last year was a positive one after investing €6 million in another Bulgarian production facility. Now, the good news extends after they revealed ownership of the Jaguar and Panther brands (previously belonging to German company Panther International GmbH).
For the first time in history, the Munich Marathon is set to have a title sponsor and, from 2018, we shall be calling the event the Generali Munich Marathon as a result.
Located close to Warsaw in Poland, Kross has been in the news recently for their carbon frame production facility.
Initially, Moody’s ratings agency predicted GDP growth of 3.1% for Poland in 2018. Now, this has been increased to 3.5% and the agency said the Polish economy is remaining strong even with challenges elsewhere.
In recent years, the US fitness wearables company Fitbit has attracted a significant amount of attention and now they plan to open their largest R&D facility in Europe.
Back in Spring 2015, Decathlon was the centre of attention in Slovakia after opening a 22,000 square foot store in Bratislava.