Did you hear?... Summer ispo 2002 has moved its dates to early August

Summer ispo 2002 has moved its dates to early August. Next year, the show will take place from Aug. 3-6.

Summer ispo 2002 has moved its dates to early August. Next year, the show will take place from Aug. 3-6. This year the show (www.ispo.com) was in late July. It will still take place on a Saturday to Tuesday, show management has announced. The decision was made based primarily on input from German retailers and retail groups and organizations who didn't want the show held before that country's annual summer sales begin since they told ispo management they didn't have time to organize and analyze their buying needs when they were busy preparing for the semi-annual sales. OutDoor Friedrichshafen will be Saturday, Aug. 17 to Tuesday, Aug. 20 (www.messe-fn.de), or the weekend after Outdoor Retailer Summer Market, Aug. 8-11.


Did you hear?... OutDoor show moves its dates for 2003

The OutDoor show in Friedrichshafen has moved its dates for 2003 to late July, the week before the summer ispo show in Munich. Next summer, OutDoor will be Thursday-Sunday, July 24-27, dates that were decided by a trade show panel of international retailers. The show's management ...read more

Did you hear?... ispo to put on a top extreme sports event during summer ispo

ispo, the international sports trade show in Munich, Germany, will partner with the Air & Style and eyes wide open companies to put on a top extreme sports event Aug. 3-4, during the summer ispo 2002, which runs Aug. 3-6. The event has been billed as the largest Free Sport ...read more

Did you hear?... Overall winner of 2002 ispo DuPont BrandNew awards is Nicolai

Winners of the Summer 2002 ispo DuPont BrandNew awards include five from the United States, with the Lycra overall winner being bike manufacturer Nicolai of Germany. The DuPont Special award went to USA-based non-profit Nikao, which manufactures and sells trendy streetwear with ...read more

Did you hear?... Watch webcasts of ispo

Can't make it to Munich, Germany, for the international sports trade show, ispo? With the plethora of August shows (WSA, OR, HF Business), that's no surprise. But you can stay in touch with webcasts at www.ispo.com during the run of the show Aug. 3-6. (Click on the British flag ...read more

Did you hear?... Dates for Britain's 2002 annual outdoor trade show to be decided in November

The dates for Britain's 2002 annual trade show for the outdoor industry will be decided in November, and the group is asking for input about the dates being considered. Harrogate remains the favored venue, the association says. It is now holding Aug. 4-5 and Sept. 22-24 there. ...read more

Did you hear?... UK's OIA moves show back to late September

Retreating from its November announcement that it would move its annual Go Outdoors trade show to early August, the United Kingdom's Outdoor Industries Association today announced it has moved the dates back to late September. The early August date, which was also in conflict ...read more

Did you hear?... Record growth for ispo this year

The group that puts on the ispo summer and winter international trade shows in Germany has announced record growth for the year. "Messe Munich" (www.messe-muenchen.de) has seen such phenomenal growth that the director announced it will be building or expanding several additional ...read more

Did you hear?... OIA and ispo approve deal that benefits OIA members

The Outdoor Industry Association and ispo management have approved a deal that will get OIA members a great benefit, albeit approved basically too late for this year's summer ispo in Munich, Germany, which runs through Aug. 6. OIA members will get two ispo cards per member ...read more


Did you hear?…2010 Euro paddle show Kanumesse moves to October

Kanumesse, the European paddlesports-only trade show held in Germany’s Nuremberg Exhibition Centre, moved its show from early September to Oct. 5-7 after small paddlesports dealers objected to the original dates, said Kanumesse director Horst Fuersattel. The retailers didn’t want ...read more