The TIA's "State of the Tennis Industry" meeting will be Monday, Aug. 26, at the Grand Hyatt New York, beginning at 8 a.m. The meeting is free and open to all in the industry, however space is limited. Those interested in attending should visit TennisIndustry.org/Meeting for more information and to register.
"The State of the Tennis Industry is an opportunity for us to share what we're collectively doing throughout the industry to grow the tennis economy, get more people playing tennis, and pave a path for future sustainability for the game," says TIA President Greg Mason.
The meeting will cover research trends and important performance indicators on tennis industry growth, in addition to updates from key industry stakeholders. Industry executives from the tennis media, professional tours, USTA and SFIA will be on hand to deliver an overview of the current state of tennis as it applies to their respective segments and the industry overall.
"As an update on the state of the game and the economy of tennis, the State of the Industry meeting is one of the TIA's overall efforts to grow the sport," says TIA Executive Director Jolyn de Boer. "It will also serve as a preview to a larger 'Vision 2020' conference planned for March 2014 in California. Rallying our industry at these types of events continues to spur valuable ideas and insight that elevates tennis and the tennis industry."