Since its inception in 2009, the TIA's Careers In Tennis intiative has been geared towards highlighting the viable career paths in this industry. Now, with more than 2,000 registered job seekers, and a constant "pool" of more than 1,000 jobs, the www.CareersInTennis.com website has become one of the "go to" sources for finding a career in the industry.
PlayTennis.com—the single platform for all things tennis, designed to bring people into the game and keep them playing and connected to the sport—is up and running. Even though some of the site’s exciting features are still being fine-tuned, check out PlayTennis.com’s redesign, as the site continues to see increased use by both consumers and providers. As the industry pools its resources to spread the message about playtennis.com, more than 100 million potential consumers could be reached!
The TIA is at work planning various meetings in New York City before and during the US Open to help keep the industry informed and up to date on the latest research, data and key industry “talking points.”
Like any business, you need to use all the tools you have to get ahead, including industry research, such as the recently released 2013 edition of the “State of the Industry” report. Here a few of the key findings of the report and what they may mean for tennis providers. (You’ll find more analysis of the research in a story in the upcoming July issue of Racquet Sports Industry magazine.)
To learn more about industry research and reports available, visit TennisIndustry.org/Research or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SILVER SPRING, MD – June 12, 2013 – The medical profession has spoken about obesity. Now, it’s time for the general public to listen. Based on research conducted by PHIT America, the negative side effects of America’s inactivity pandemic are startling, yet true.
Increasing the value of transactions is one way to actually grow your specialty tennis retail business, and point-of-purchase displays can attract shoppers’ attention to merchandise. POP displays also serve as focal points for you and your sales associates to suggest add-on’s to an initial sale and to assist in up-selling from good to better, or better to best.