The Federation of Sports and Play Associations (FSPA) is pleased to announce that in conjunction with UK Trade & Investment, 26 UK companies will be exhibiting at ISPO, Munich with grants of £1500 to assist with their exhibition costs. The show runs from 24th January – 27th January 2016 at Messe Munchen, Munich.
ISPO is the largest sporting goods trade fair in Europe and is seen as the springboard into Europe and beyond. Last year the show had close to 80,000 visiting industry professionals from more than 110 countries preview the latest trends presented by 2565 exhibitors from 51 countries. The high international status of the show was reflected by 66% of visitors attending from foreign countries.
Carol Scoggins and Eileen Taylor will be attending the show on behalf of the FSPA throughout its 4 day duration in Hall C4, stand 407B within the UK Trade Zone. On Monday 25th January at 5pm, there will be a networking drinks reception on the FSPA’s stand where all UK exhibitors and visitors are welcome to join them for a drink.
For further information about the FSPA or to register/enquire about ISPO – 2017, please contact Jane Montgomery at [email protected]
The Federation of Sports and Play Associations (FSPA) is the national not-for-profit umbrella trade body representing and promoting the interests of 14 trade associations and over 500 member companies within the UK Sports and Play sectors.
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.