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SRG adds more adventure with Macpac
SRG adds more adventure with Macpac

Super Retail Group will acquire New-Zealand-based Macpac to accelerate its strategy "to build the leading adventure outdoors retail business across ANZ."

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Vuly celebrates ten, with much more to come
Vuly celebrates ten, with much more to come

A get-together at a Gold Coast Marriott resort with the team saw Vuly Play celebrate ten years of business.

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NB pushes 'independence as inspiration'
NB pushes 'independence as inspiration'

New Balance announces the launch of Fearlessly Independent Since 1906 - its new "inspirational global brand communication platform that reflects the heritage and non-conventional values".

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Moving teens, and making sport fun
Moving teens, and making sport fun

A new report has shown teenagers are struggling to do even an hour of physical activity a day and are almost five times more likely to be on their smartphone or tablet.

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News takes footy tour to schools, fans
News takes footy tour to schools, fans

News Corp Australia is promoting its newsmedia and Foxtel football coverage with a ten-stop tour of regional communities.

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Not a merry Christmas for retailers
Not a merry Christmas for retailers

December trade figures released by the ABS represent a conservative Christmas instead of the merry Christmas retailers had in mind.

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Snow sports lead demand at ISPO Munich
Snow sports lead demand at ISPO Munich

Winter sports and fitness were top of the pops at ISPO Munich which closed this week after four days.

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'Good results' in ASGA's holiday trade poll
'Good results' in ASGA's holiday trade poll

A snap ASGA poll shows major sports retailers and brands mostly had a successful Christmas and post-Christmas trading period.

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Christmas NY sales 'a mixed bag'
Christmas NY sales 'a mixed bag'

New players in the Australian retail market, aggressive sales tactics and substantial boosts in online sale numbers are among the many impacts on Christmas NY sales figures.

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ASICS adds Djokovic to star roster
ASICS adds Djokovic to star roster

ASICS highlights its focus on tennis with the signing of Novak Djokovic to a global performance and lifestyle footwear deal.

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Sports facilities forecast 'to fly this year'
Sports facilities forecast 'to fly this year'

Research company IBISWorld forecasts that sports and recreation facilities operation will be a profitable sector in 2017-18.

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Airline to cut Aussie sport sponsorships
Airline to cut Aussie sport sponsorships

Emirates is reviewing its Aussie sports sponsorships and will drop the Australian golf Open after a decade, reports The Australian newspaper.

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Smart tech on show at Taispo 2018
Smart tech on show at Taispo 2018

Smart technology for sports and fitness equipment design. will be on display at the TaiSPO trade show in March in Taiwan.

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Decathlon store shows how it's done
Decathlon store shows how it's done

Not quite 24/7 but certainly 19/7 - these are the opening hours for the new, and first, Decathlon store in Australia.

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Rebel: merger 'completed on schedule'
Rebel: merger 'completed on schedule'

The conversion of Amart Sports stores into Rebel stores has met with a widespread "positive response."

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Football codes go all out for digital
Football codes go all out for digital

As the golden days of multimillion TV rights deals begin to recede, football codes are moving further to futureproof the loss of broadcasting revenue.

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Understanding the Amazon effect
Understanding the Amazon effect

Keynoters at the ASGA meeting addressed the subject that is top of sports industry minds: the impact the arrival of Amazon will have on retail and wholesale.

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Decathlon names the big day, at last
Decathlon names the big day, at last

French retail group Decathlon has finally named the day for "its grand opening" in Australia - December 5.

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Wholesale apparel 'hit by online growth'
Wholesale apparel 'hit by online growth'

Online sales have hit apparel wholesaling hard in Australia, along with the decline in retail.

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Andon swings and bounces into NZ
Andon swings and bounces into NZ

After a decade in business, Brisbane-based Joe Andon has launched his new Vuly swing sets and trampolines to New Zealand, via the rest of the world.

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Amazon impacts: hear KPMG views
Amazon impacts: hear KPMG views

The impact of Amazon entering the Australian sports market will be the hot topic at the upcoming ASGA networking get together.

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All I want for Christmas is (not) Amazon
All I want for Christmas is (not) Amazon

Sorry to spoil your Christmas, but with Amazon set to launch in weeks or even days, forecasts are that most holiday sales will be online.

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Festive spending: 'we'll do $50billion'
Festive spending: 'we'll do $50billion'

The annual ARA and Roy Morgan Research prediction on Christmas shopping says Australian shoppers will spend $50 billion over the trading period from November 15 to December 24.

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Board shakeup as RCG becomes Accent
Board shakeup as RCG becomes Accent

Performance footwear specialist wholesaler and retailer RCG Corporation is reshuffling its board and changing its name to Accent Group Ltd.

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TNF owner VF to buy Icebreaker
TNF owner VF to buy Icebreaker

VF Corporation - whose brands include The North Face - has agreed terms to buy Kiwi outdoor icon Icebreaker.

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