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Intersport, now seen as one of the leaders in Europe for sport, has announced their plans to improvemore
In April 2013, we saw a new rail line connecting Poland and China which was seen to be a huge step fmore
Over the years, we have been finding more and more ways to stay fit whilst having fun and this has lmore
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Are you looking to develop your sports brand in Central Europe, do you want to locate opportunities in the CE region.
In April 2013, we saw a new rail line connecting Poland and China which was seen to be a huge step forward for both countries as well as their continents.
With 24 years of experience in the Russian market, it’s fair to say World Class now has a good grip with 82 clubs; eight of these are actually outside Russia with gyms in Monaco, Kazakhstan, Belarus, and Kyrgyzstan.
Taking place in 2019, the European Artistic Gymnastic Championships for men and women will be held in Szczecin, Poland, thanks to a decision from the European Union of Gymnastics (EUG).
According to the latest numbers, the ten million mark has now been shattered in Germany for gym members.
In recent years, there has been one wheel manufacturer making more progress than most in the Netherlands and this is Fast Forward Wheels.
Specialized continued the momentum of releasing their second model in the Turbo pedal-assist line – the Vado - by opening a new pop-up store in Germany.
In 2016, we can now see that the e-bike market grew significantly in Austria with a huge contribution coming from e-MTB sales in particular.
When it comes to sports clothing and accessories, the Iguana Group has been making huge strides as of late. Based in Poland, they now have seven main brands with licenses to sell many others.
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.
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 2016, Poland experienced a 10% increase in e-bikes and bicycles and this was helped along by the short winter.
In both 2014 and 2015, we saw fantastic bicycle sales for the German market but they were somewhat less productive in 2016.
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’.
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.
Located in the Beskid Slaski mountains in the south of Poland, the Szczyrkowski Osrodek Narciarski ski resort is set to be boosted by a €60 million investment from Slovak company Tatry Mountain Resorts.
After a visit to Tapei, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the Zagreb Stock Exchange (ZSE) are working together to find ways of developing local markets.
General Manager at PRO SPORT 98, Marko Bljaic, recently revealed a new outlet opening in Pula, Croatia.
Whilst some companies are making a slow and steady start to 2017, CityFit has continued on its path of growth after opening a ninth club in the Bydgoszcz mall.
After the political and macroeconomic challenges in recent times, there was a little uncertainty regarding the sports nutrition market but CeSports has now quashed all rumours by predicting growth in the 2017-18 period.
Thanks to recent reports and various statistics, we can now see that consumer preferences within the Russian footwear market are beginning to change quite drastically.
Within the past few years, there has been significant growth for the sports equipment market in Croatia and this has led to an increase in revenue and market position for Hervis.
Teaming up with the European Investment Bank (EIB), Ceska Sporitelna a.s. (CSAS) has introduced a new program to help develop mid-sized businesses in the Czech Republic.
Along with their Czech counterparts, both Karpacz and Szklarska Poreba in Poland have expressed an interest in hosting the 2030 Winter Olympics according to a local source.
In recent years, fitness clubs all across Europe have seen huge increases in popularity. Currently, it is thought that there are over 50 million registered gym and fitness club members and this is a figure that threatens to push 80 million with the next decade.