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Tech Companies Serve Up Cutting-Edge Products and Services at The Tennis Show 2014

When The Tennis Show opened on Aug. 24 in New York City, the day before play begins at the 2014 US Open, technology that is helping the sport to grow was a key player. From racquets and devices designed to track and improve a player’s tennis strokes, to cutting-edge match and player analysis systems, to software designed to match up players, find instructors, or help businesses run more efficiently, tech companies are finding a welcoming home in the sport of tennis.

The Tennis Show 2014 Celebrates the Business of Tennis

More than 1,000 tennis industry leaders, executives and professionals gathered at The Tennis Show 2014 recently in New York City to celebrate the business of tennis. Held on the eve of the US Open, The Tennis Show was produced by the Tennis Industry Association (TIA) and included the TIA Tennis Forum, the Tennis Industry Hall of Fame Induction, and 54 companies displaying their latest products and services.

Attendee Registration Now Open for The Tennis Show & TIA Forum

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.

TIA Conducting Annual Tennis Facility and Retail Census

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.

A Quick & Easy Guide to Tennis Retail Email Marketing

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.

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