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Sports industry Reports
Athletic & Sporting Goods Manufacturing in the US
Sports and athletic goods manufacturers produce and sell sporting equipment to retailers and wholesalers that market those goods to consumers. Because of the specialized nature of these goods, participation in their corresponding activities affects the industry.
Celebrity & Sports Agents in the US
This industry includes agents and managers who represent creative and performing artists, sports figures, entertainers and public figures. Agents typically focus on finding work for a client and engage in contract negotiation and management for a client, for which they are entitled to a pre-determined commission. Managers have a more wide-ranging role that includes contract negotiation, finding sponsorships and endorsements and other services such as career advice and financial planning.
Gym, Health & Fitness Clubs in the US
This industry operates fitness and recreational sports facilities that feature exercise and other active physical fitness conditioning or recreational sports activities, such as swimming, skating or racquet sports. Companies are also involved in facilities management and fitness instruction.
Racing & Individual Sports in the US
Industry establishments primarily include racetrack operators; racing participants such as cars, horses or dogs; independent athletes such as boxers, golfers or race-car drivers that participate in live sporting events before a paying audience; and businesses such as sports trainers that provide specialized services required to support participants in sporting events or competitions.
Sporting Good Stores in the US
Sporting goods stores retail new sporting goods, including bicycles, camping equipment, exercise and fitness equipment, apparel, footwear and other sporting goods and accessories. Products are sourced from sporting goods manufacturers and wholesalers and then sold to the general public via retail stores. Department stores, mass merchants and retailers that exclusively retail apparel are not included in this industry.
Sporting Goods Wholesaling in the US
Operators in this industry wholesale a range of sporting and recreational goods and accessories, such as billiards equipment, pool supplies, sporting firearms and ammunition, and marine craft and equipment. This industry does not include the wholesale of athletic apparel and footwear, automobiles, other motor vehicles or transportation equipment.
Sports Coaching in the US
This industry includes camps and schools that offer instruction in athletic activities to groups or individuals. Overnight and day sports instruction camps are also included in this industry.
Sports Franchises in the US
This industry comprises sports teams or clubs that participate in live professional or semiprofessional sporting events (i.e. baseball, basketball, football, hockey, soccer and other team sports) before a paying audience. The sports franchises included in this industry may or may not operate their own facility for presenting their games or other spectator sports events.
Sports Medicine Practitioners in the US
Establishments in this industry provide health and special services that apply medical and scientific knowledge to prevent, recognize, manage and rehabilitate injuries related to sport, exercise or recreational activity.
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