A high-powered panel of judges will consider the entries in the fourth “Tennis Industry Innovation Challenge,” which promises to showcase some of the most brilliant new and innovative sports products and services designed to grow the sport and business of tennis and racquet sports with players, consumers and fans. Presented by the Tennis Industry Association (TIA), this unique competition will take place on Jan. 24, 2019, during the inaugural Racquet & Paddle Sports Conference (racquetpaddlesportsshow.com).
The TIA is pleased to welcome new and renewing TIA members at various partner levels and access to research, member benefits and services. For more on TIA membership levels, visit TennisIndustry.org/membership, and for more on joining the Cardio Tennis Instructors Network (CTIN), which includes a TIA Industry Partner benefits, please visit CardioTennis.com.
The Case Tennis Center at LaFortune Park in Tulsa, Okla., is the “Featured Facility” in the 2018 USTA Outstanding Facility Awards. The facility was honored at an awards ceremony in New York City during the US Open. Each year, the USTA recognizes facilities throughout the country to encourage increasingly high standards for construction and/or renovation.
More than 350 tennis leaders, industry executives and tennis providers came together on the first day of play at the US Open for the 11th annual Tennis Industry Association (TIA) Tennis Forum, held at the Grand Hyatt New York. The Tennis Forum included the latest news and research about the state of the tennis and sports industries, including the current challenges, potential opportunities, and collaborative ways to move the sport and industry forward.
Get ready for the inaugural Racquet & Paddle Sports Conference, to be held Jan. 23-25 in Orlando, Fla., incorporating an expanded Tennis Owners & Managers Conference. The new racquet sports event will be co-located with the PGA Merchandise Show at the Orange County Convention Center and will include an Innovation & Tech Demo Event at the USTA National Campus in Lake Nona.
The total value of the U.S. tennis economy grew by just over 1% last year, crossing the $6 billion threshold for the first time. The data is from the Tennis Industry Association’s annual “Economic Index,” created to evaluate the total worth of the U.S. tennis industry to the overall economy. The 2017 index value measured 110, the highest since the Tennis Economic Index value was first released in 2008.
Do you have an innovative product or service for the tennis industry? Apply now for the fourth edition of the popular Tennis Industry Innovation Challenge, which will take place during the inaugural Racquet & Paddle Sports Conference, to be held Jan. 23-25 in Orlando, Fla.
The tennis industry will come together on Monday, Aug. 27, at the 11th annual Tennis Industry Association (TIA) Tennis Forum, which will be at the Grand Hyatt New York from 8 to 9:30 a.m. The Tennis Forum will include the latest news and research about the state of the tennis industry, business insights, updates on grow-the-game initiatives including the U.S. Tennis Association’s Net Generation, and recognition of the 2018 Tennis Industry Hall of Fame inductees.
The 11th annual Tennis Industry Association (TIA) Tennis Forum will be at the Grand Hyatt New York on Monday, Aug. 27, the first day of play at the US Open. The Forum will be from 8 to 9:30 a.m.
In conjunction with the 11th annual Tennis Forum in New York, the Tennis Industry Association will present a special session on “The Future Commerce Initiative” by renowned industry expert and thought leader Dan O’Connor. The session, which will deal with how tennis businesses can navigate the complexity of retail in today’s world, will be at the Grand Hyatt New York on Tuesday, Aug. 28, from 9 to 11 a.m.