SGI Europe Executive Edition: Vol 33 - 47+48

SGI Europe Vol 33 n°47+48-1

Asics raises FY forecast on gains in performance running in China | World Cup 2022: FIFA expects $6.4bn record revenues | EDM Expert Talk at ISPO Munich 2022 | Nike to launch new digital member platform called .Swoosh | Foot Locker raises FY outlook, decides to exit some geographies | On raises outlook again, vows to “protect the position of the brand” | Rossignol Group plans significantly more revenue, new ESG commitments, novel four-season approach | Wolverine establishes new brand structure, sets bigger focus on profit | Alibaba’s operating income increases 68% | Puma and Foot Locker expand partnership with special collabs for next-gen customers | Fila raises revenue guidance but sees operating profits under pressure | Yue Yuen cautious about months ahead despite strong Q3 | Nautilus drops FY outlook on challenging macro, retail trends | China’s ongoing Covid-19 restrictions may force brands to reconsider market strategy

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