More than fifty tennis businesses and organizations from across the country and many with an international presence will be on hand as exhibitors for The Tennis Show 2014, set for Sunday, Aug. 24, at the Grand Hyatt New York.
Join your industry at the Grand Hyatt, New York, on Sunday, August 24th, for the 2014 Tennis Show, held in conjunction with the collaborative Tennis Teachers Conference just days before the 2014 US Open! This event will be a celebration of the business of tennis including an Exhibitor Show along with the 7th Annual TIA Forum and Tennis Industry Hall of Fame Induction.
To help tennis providers manage and grow their businesses, the Tennis Industry Association is partnering with technology development companies that offer “software as a service” (SaaS). The newest partnership is with MyTennisLessons.com (MTL), an online marketplace for tennis lessons that connects tennis instructors with students across the country.
The first quarter of the year has been a busy one here at the Tennis Industry Association as we continue to work towards our mission of promoting the growth and economic vitality of the industry
Tennis facilities and retailers will soon receive a notice to update information about their business(es) in the "TIA's Facility and Retail Census." Providers will be sent a “snapshot” of the information they currently have posted in the GrowingTennis System, which supplies consumer search websites including PlayTennis.com, YouthTennis.com, CardioTennis.com and more.
As much as many people may hate it, or rather it is perceived to be hated, email is still an effective way to not only communicate with your customers, but also drive sales for your retail business. There are a variety of stats and figures to the contrary to show that email marketing is STILL an effective way to increase consumer engagement and potentially drive sales for a business.
In an effort to provide enhanced resources to tournament directors and referees, the USTA has made available “Tournament Data Manager on the Web,” a software application designed to make tournament management easier. Beginning in 2014, all sanctioned tournaments must use the new online version.
To help tennis providers manage and grow their businesses, the Tennis Industry Association is partnering with technology development companies that offer “software as a service” (SaaS). The newest partnership is with Play Your Court, a mobile tennis business that helps make the sport more accessible and convenient to players.
The industry's largest job board,CareersInTennis.com, is undergoing a complete revamp to improve the user interface for the site, allowing jobseekers to more easily connect with viable career paths in the tennis industry. The new iteration of the site is expected to launch in late 2013 or early 2014.
Recently, the Tennis Industry Association deployed updates to the PlayTennis.com website, making it more user friendly for tennis players accessing the site on their mobile and tablet devices. The site, which was relaunched by the association in May of this year, is a central "hub" of tennis information for tennis consumers, allowing them to quickly and easily find playing partners, places to play, tennis lessons, tennis events, gear reviews, and more.