The API represents the manufacturers, installers and suppliers of play equipment and safety surfacing and aims to improve the quality of play and play equipment and ensure that member companies comply with current standards.
The API is divided into four separate Working Groups. The Outdoor, Indoor, Surfacing and Constructors Sections.
APSA was formed to represent and promote sales agents in all Sectors of the Sports Industry.
Its main objective is to provide a unified voice and an industry forum for professional sports sales agents in dealing with all sectors of the industry, with sports bodies, government and other authorities.
Representing UK manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors of golf products and services and providing a united voice for all members, whether large or small. We campaign for sustained growth in value and participation across the sport and supporting industry.
The BRTMA represents manufacturers of Rootzone materials, Top Dressing and associated products.
The BRTMA is a collaboration of experience and expertise in the manufacture of Rootzone materials and offers Architects, Constructors and Agronomists a recognised focal point for the industry.
The Sporting Goods Industry Association represents UK manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors of sporting goods and apparel and those who supply a service to the sports industry.
This association combines the power of the sports brands by working as a collective proactive group to benefit the sports industry as a whole.
The Sports and Fitness Equipment Association (SAFEA) represents companies engaged in the supply and installation of sports hall, games, fitness and gymnasium equipment.
It’s great to be part of an organisation that campaigns for investment in children’s play facilities and which raises the standards of the entire industry.
Having the support of the FSPA behind us is tremendously beneficial and greatly enhances the offering to our membership.
I have been a member of SPE for many years now and every member shows a 100% commitment to promote participation in sport and play in the UK.
It’s sometimes difficult to get heard when you stand on your own. But when you're part of a respected body like the FSPA, people listen and things start to happen.
The opportunity to meet with like-minded people across our sector to discuss some of the challenges is always invaluable.
Working together as a group of companies creates a stronger voice for the play industry, which benefits both suppliers and customers.