Designed to Move: The Physical Activity Action Agenda
DESIGNED TO MOVE offers consensus on the path forward to combat physical inactivity worldwide - a single vision: Future generations running, jumping and kicking to reach their greatest potential. A new normal.
ISPO Munich 2015
We will once again be hosting the UK Pavilion and London Lounge at ISPO Munich 2015 from 5th - 8th February and will be providing export grants through UKTI.
Guides, events, manuals and news articles on exporting effectively.
The SGIA membership base continues to grow, and the association welcomes new members. If you would like to be a part of the voice for the UK sports goods industry then join today.
This Girl Can Campaign
This Girl Can campaign is designed to be a celebration of active women across the country, demonstrating that girls and women of any size, ability or experience can make sport an enjoyable part of their lives.
Welcome to the Sporting Goods Industry Associations’ Website
The Sporting Goods Industry Association (SGIA) represents manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors of
sporting goods in the UK. The Association brings together the power of the sports brands across many elements of sport for the benefit of the industry as a whole.
- Represent members as the unified voice of the sporting goods industry
- Provide links for members to work with Government Partners, National Associations and Governing Bodies (Sport England, CSPN, SRA, YST)
- Lobby UK and European Government
- Assist with the development of industry specifications
- Work closely with UKTI to access funding for export opportunities
- Hold industry seminars, think tanks and member networking events
15 Jan 2015
Even a small amount of exercise, such as brisk daily 20 minute walk, reduces the risk of premature death.
14 Jan 2015
China has become the second-largest sporting goods market in the world, after the U.S., but for many sports brands, it's not even the third-largest one. This is because it's a very complex market.
05 Jan 2015
Far from setting people up to be physically active for life, school PE lessons can put people off sport forever, according to research carried out by the University of Birmingham.
18 Dec 2014
Finger should be pointed at Govt if BBC continue to lose sporting rights for refused to recognise importance of free-to-air sport acting as inspiration for the young
Promote, develop & protect
the interests of the UK’s
Sporting Goods Industry