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Category: Sporting Goods

Sporting Goods market research reports by First Research, Inc.

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  • Sporting Goods Stores

    ... and its parent company Bass Pro Shops, Big 5, Dick's Sporting Goods, Hibbett Sports, and REI (all based in the US), as well as FGL Sports (Canada), Decathlon and Groupe Go Sport (France), and Sports ... Read More

  • Golf Courses

    ... based in the US; as well as Japan-based firms Accordia Golf and Pacific Golf Management; Blue Green Groupe Saur (France); and ClubLink Corporation (Canada). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand is driven by demographics and population growth. The ... Read More

  • Sporting Goods Manufacturing

    ... Fitness, and Russell (all based in the US), as well as Amer Sports (Finland), Decathlon (France), Head (Netherlands), and Mizuno (Japan). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Sporting goods manufacturers are retooling their distribution, sales, and marketing strategies as ... Read More

  • Ski Facilities

    ... -- facilities with overnight accommodations for guests -- are not included in the industry, but those companies are significant competitors of independent ski facilities. Important ski lodge and resort operators include Aspen Skiing Company, Booth ... Read More

  • Fitness Equipment Manufacturing

    ... Life Fitness (both owned by Brunswick), ICON Health & Fitness, Nautilus, and Peloton Interactive (all based in the US); as well as Amer Sports (the Finland-based owner of Precor), Dyaco International (Taiwan), Johnson Health Tech ... Read More

  • Recreational & Vacation Camps

    ... Demand is driven by personal income and leisure travel. The profitability of individual companies depends on enrollment rates, efficient operations, and effective marketing. Large recreational camps have advantages in diverse amenities and brand recognition. Smaller ... Read More

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