As we head ever closer to the 2018 Ryder Cup, the qualification process will begin in August at themore
Thanks to an agreement with the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC), ZA Group will now dress the Russianmore
Throughout the majority of 2016 (barring the last two months), Czechia was very much focused on carmore
Over the years, Fitness First has become a key leader in the gym industry all over Europe. However,more
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As we head ever closer to the 2018 Ryder Cup, the qualification process will begin in August at the Czech Masters where Martin Kaymer, double Major Champion, will lead the field.
Thanks to an agreement with the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC), ZA Group will now dress the Russian Olympic team at all forthcoming events.
Throughout the majority of 2016 (barring the last two months), Czechia was very much focused on car production with over one million units leaving the factories.
Over the years, Fitness First has become a key leader in the gym industry all over Europe. However, could they now be moving away from gym equipment?
In recent weeks, there has been one major rumour surrounding the Swiss sporting industry and we finally have confirmation that the 2026 Winter Games bid has been approved by the sporting parliament in Switzerland.
A Leading Scandinavian Manufacturer of sporting shoes accessories Seeks Distributors in Central Europe.2017-04-04 source own
A manufacturer of high quality sporting shoes accessories from Scandinavia is looking for distributors and agents to represent their products in Poland, Czech, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia and the Baltic States.
In 2017, Martes Sport is set to open no less than 60 new stores boasting a total space of 45,000 square metres.
After years of creating famous adverts on TV, Adidas has decided to take a step back and invest in e-commerce instead.
Barclays Bank, based in the UK, has released a new report which boosts Poland’s predicted GDP growth from 3% to 3.2%. In terms of 2018, this has remained the same at 3.4%.
With a particular focus on music and design, McFit has now launched a brand new concept - the John Reed Fitness Music Clubs.
In 2016, Poland experienced a 10% increase in e-bikes and bicycles and this was helped along by the short winter.
After yet another successful year, Intersport has decided to build a large warehouse with 10,000 square metres of space.
For the longest time, countries all around the world have been trying to get their communities exercising and it seems as though Germany are now one of the most successful after breaking the ten million mark.
Until the end of 2017, it has been suggested that over 50 new companies will enter the Russian Far East market investing €60 billion.
Nowadays, Hilton is a global company with hotels all over the world. Now, they are set to expand on this after agreeing a deal with Accent Hotel Management which will see Hilton Garden Inn open in the city centre of Budapest.
In both 2014 and 2015, we saw fantastic bicycle sales for the German market but they were somewhat less productive in 2016.
Located in the Chorzow shopping centre, CityFit is opening yet another fitness club in Poland with over 2,000 square metres of space.
In recent times, ‘theft protection 2.0’ has been making waves across the world.
Originally located in China, Sheen Creation Holdings has announced that they will be building a complete complex in Vladivostok called ‘The House at the Sea’.
According to reports, a new Amazon logistics centre will soon be located in Sosnowiec after a plot was purchased by the Panattoni Group.
Located in Berlin, McFit has decided to go ahead and introduce a brand new concept store introducing ‘Cyberobics’.
Just last week, Zagan, Poland, welcomed a brand new Martes Sport store in the City Market. Hosting sports clothing, footwear, and equipment, the store also holds many of the top brands for affordable prices.
Based in Switzerland, Migros has gained a solid reputation in recent times and they have now decided to launch into the bicycle market with ‘Bike World’ megastores.
In every economy, small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) provide the backbone because they create employment, innovation, and increase the overall productivity of a nation.
In 2015, numbers fell slightly for Slovenia when it came to their bicycle market and it looks as though 2016 was a very similar story - the ‘e-sector’ is still proving to be a saving grace though.