SFIA’s 2017 ILS brought top decision makers from across the sports and fitness industry together to examine an assortment of issues surrounding their businesses and the economy. This year’s list of attending companies included, adidas, NFL, Gatorade, NFL, Nike, Mastercard, New Balance, Mizuno and Under Armour. Read the recap here.
The annual SFIA ILS is a 36-hour event is designed to provide a unique opportunity for some of the industry’s most highly regarded executives to find solutions to their most pressing issues and concerns, explore trends and growth within the industry, as well as offers an opportunity to network with customers, partners and peers.
Save the date for 2018, as the Industry Leaders Summit heads to Denver, CO September 26th- 27th. Reserve your spot here!
After review by an independent panel of judges, the Sports & Fitness Industry Association (SFIA), has selected the following 10 companies to highlight their innovative, new-to-market products at the SFIA Innovative Product Showcase: Amer Sports, Brooks Running, Hyperwear, ONX, Rawlings, RecoverX, RhinoB, Rhone, Superfeet, and United Sports Brands.
Product categories represented at the Showcase include 3D printing, apparel, fitness, footwear, footwear accessories, protective, recovery, running, team and technology.
On the second anniversary of the enactment of the Trade Preferences Extension Act of 2015, the United States Trade Representative (USTR) will expand the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) Program to include travel goods made in all GSP eligible countries.
The Sports & Fitness Industry Association (SFIA) has been actively involved in the effort to fully expand the travel goods tariff benefit to all GSP countries. SFIA members Under Armour and Ogio testified at U.S. Trade Representative and International Trade Commission hearings on GSP expansion and SFIA submitted comments supporting full expansion.To read more about the SFIA and our efforts surrounding the GSP click here.
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