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BLK commits to gender equality
BLK commits to gender equality

Gold Coast-based sportswear brand Beyond Known Limits will divide its sponsorship dollars 50-50 in its new grassroots to elite sport strategy announced this week.

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Rebel merger early feedback 'positive'
Rebel merger early feedback 'positive'

Focus of the SRG sports division collective minds just now, the merger of the Amart Sports network into new Rebel stores, is well underway.

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Grand Final viewership higher than realised
Grand Final viewership higher than realised

Two Roy Morgan Snap SMS Surveys taken after the AFL and NRL Grand Finals show millions more Australians watched than were captured by conventional '5 City Metro' ratings figures.

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Here's how to compete with Amazon
Here's how to compete with Amazon

A survey has shown that many Australian retailers are not prepared for Amazon's arrival, and not fully aware of its implications.

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ASGA board reshuffle: Berchtold, Tuthill move on
ASGA board reshuffle: Berchtold, Tuthill move on

The Australian Sporting Goods Association is undergoing a major reshuffle of its board, with a new president and the resignation of two long-serving players.

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Swans fly at top of AFL fan ladder, again
Swans fly at top of AFL fan ladder, again

The Sydney Swans have again topped the annual Roy Morgan AFL supporter ladder , for the 13th year in succession and with around 500,000 more fans than their closest rivals Essendon, West Coast and Collingwood.

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ASC plan  toolkit for child safety
ASC plan toolkit for child safety

The Australian Sports Commission is seeking to boost protection for children in sport and is developing a national child safe sport framework.

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Video brings the footy stars (to you)
Video brings the footy stars (to you)

In a clever launch of the AFL finals series, now one week in, the league used live video streams, enabling members of the public to interact with stars in real time.

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SportsPower set to launch company store
SportsPower set to launch company store

The SportsPower team is set to open its first company store, planned for Docklands District shopping centre in Melbourne.

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SRG profits, and costs of Amart merger
SRG profits, and costs of Amart merger

Super Retail Group has announced an after-tax profit of more than $100million for the 2017 FY, noting costs of the sports merger at $34 million.

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New reel orders are lifeline for Alvey
New reel orders are lifeline for Alvey

Brisbane-based fishing specialist Alvey Reels Australia has received a reprieve from closure after keen fisherfolk swamped the company with orders for its reels.

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Nike launches 'pinnacle store' in Sydney
Nike launches 'pinnacle store' in Sydney

Nike Australia's new national flagship store opened its doors in Sydney today, a contemporary store in a heritage location.

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Crocs show at Intersport Darwin get-together
Crocs show at Intersport Darwin get-together

Intersport members gathered in Darwin for their annual meeting and mid-winter get-together, enjoying the warmth and sunshine.

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ASICS new brand message: get moving!
ASICS new brand message: get moving!

Performance brand ASICS unveils a new global brand message, its "most significant marketing initiative in more than 25 years".

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Business, fun and a major touch of glitz
Business, fun and a major touch of glitz

Theme of the Super Retail Group's sports division conference this year was Bring It.

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Rebel: cherrypicker strategy for stronger brand
Rebel: cherrypicker strategy for stronger brand

The merging of Amart Sports into the Rebel chain is a strategy designed to make the sports division of Super Retail Group stronger, 'matchfit and ready to rumble' in a changed retailing world.

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Using the Census to 'get' your consumers
Using the Census to 'get' your consumers

Learn how to understand your consumers with a briefing designed to "unpack" the recently released 2016 ABS Census data.

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Amazon chief: 'complaining is not a strategy'
Amazon chief: 'complaining is not a strategy'

Founder and chief executive of Amazon, Jeff Bezos had plenty to say on strategies to deal with today's world, a subject concentrating the minds of Australia's retailers right now.

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Ispo Shanghai reports on massive event
Ispo Shanghai reports on massive event

Ispo Shanghai trade show closed this week after a four-day event, recording a boost in exhibitors and brand numbers.

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Nike to sell on Amazon hits retail
Nike to sell on Amazon hits retail

The news that Nike is to sell product direct to Amazon.com has impacted retailers around the world and in Australia.

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Now it's number three for JD Sports
Now it's number three for JD Sports

Latest entrant to the Australian sports retail market, JD Sports will open its third Australian store next week - this time in Parramatta.

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JD Sports adds second, on Gold Coast
JD Sports adds second, on Gold Coast

Self-proclaimed King of Sneakers, JD Sports opens its second store in Australia this week.

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Nike to cut jobs, focus on direct sales
Nike to cut jobs, focus on direct sales

Global sportswear giant Nike will cut jobs and product models to focus more on direct sales to customers.

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ASTN names Piastri as new chief
ASTN names Piastri as new chief

The Australian Sports Technologies Network has appointed sports administrator Rachel Piastri as new Executive Director.

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ASICS opens Brisbane flagship store
ASICS opens Brisbane flagship store

Maximising the impact of sustainable technologies, ASICS opened its new flagship store in Brisbane last week.

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