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"
“Cycling is a thriving sector in Austria – and that’s a very good thing !” As stated by Doris Bures, Austria’s Federal Minister for Transport at the opening of the Velo-city conference happening in the Austrian Capital this week.
Switzerland’s biggest shoe and sporting goods retailer expanded its overall sales considerably within the last year with the Dosenbach, Ochsner Sport and Ochsner Shoes banners.
Sport 2000 Deutschland reports a sales improvement at retail prices of 4.3 % to €1.55 billion in 2012 when compared with the previous year. The numbers are from Germany based retailers alone and leave out affiliated retailers in Switzerland
The introduction of a bike sharing scheme in Sopot , Poland , is a glowing Illustration of how it is possible to increase the cyclist modal share without additional cost for the city , as a consequence of partnerships with the private sector.
EHI Retail Institute has released its recent report on the evolution of ecommerce in Germany. It assessed the 1 ,000 most significant webshops in the Germany which combined €29 .5 billion of sales in 2012. This matches a growth of 16.1 % as compared to the previous year.
That’s where ECF’s €6 billion campaign comes into play. ECF estimates that over the last seven-year period, only €600 million from EU funds have been used on cycling, and out of these, €400 million have been spent in only four countries – Hungary, Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic. That only leaves €200 million to the whole rest of the EU, or 0,02 percent of the total budget.
Order are latest reports on the Sporting goods market in Central and Eastern Europe.
Promptly after Intersport Germany’s takeover of Intersport Österreich, the Austrian economy hits back to win a significant coup on the German sporting goods retail landscape.
Helly Hansen aims to reshuffle its distribution in the Benelux nations, Germany and Austria, Sport-Partner, the Dutch trade publication, reports. The Norwegian brand of sailing, outdoor and lifestyle apparel, has achieved an agreement with Netherlands-based Unlimited Sports Group ( USG )
ZIV, the federation of German or Germany-based bicycle manufacturers and wholesalers, has presented its recent statistics on the growth of the German bicycle market. Unfavorable weather conditions in the spring time were mostly to blame for in-country sales being down 7 % by the end of June in terms of volume.
Pilotshop Guust Outdoor & TravelGMS, the buying group for Central European shoe retailers, claims that its latest addition, the sporting goods retailer network SportXtreme, has developed really well with its introduction at the beginning of the year. The group contains 42 retailers, 21 of which are in the Netherlands, 13 in Germany and 8 in Austria.