Adidas products – Adidas Tennis Hu http://adidastennishu.com/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 11:14:41 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://adidastennishu.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-2021-07-08T153415.691.png Adidas products – Adidas Tennis Hu http://adidastennishu.com/ 32 32 Main manufacturers and consumers https://adidastennishu.com/main-manufacturers-and-consumers/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 10:49:27 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/main-manufacturers-and-consumers/ Vietnam failed to qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, joining a host of other sideline countries, Italy, for example. But despite not competing on the pitch, Vietnam is still an integral part of the global football ecosystem. Here’s how. Vietnam have never played in a World Cup tournament (apart from the qualifiers), but […]]]>

Vietnam failed to qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, joining a host of other sideline countries, Italy, for example. But despite not competing on the pitch, Vietnam is still an integral part of the global football ecosystem. Here’s how.


Vietnam have never played in a World Cup tournament (apart from the qualifiers), but that hasn’t stopped the football-mad nation from getting involved.

Last month, the national broadcaster acquired the TV rights to the 2022 FIFA World Cup for ‘no less than 12 million dollars‘, according to VN Express.

It’s on the back of an investigation by Research in Indochina which revealed that 77% of Vietnamese watched at least one World Cup match in 2018.

Clearly, the consumer market for all things football is growing alongside rising incomes, and this has created a fertile market for sellers of football-related products, from mixed media to apparel.

But of course, Vietnam’s role is not limited to that of a consumer in the global football market. Vietnam also doubles as a manufacturing center for football articles and sportswear.

As such, despite not having a team in Qatar, Vietnam are still likely to be well represented on the pitch.

Major sports brands manufacture soccer kits in Vietnam

Vietnam has become a hub of manufacturing activity for major sportswear brands.

Adidas, for example, has 76 third-party suppliers in Vietnam employing some 200,000 workers.

Adidas has been an Official Partner of the FIFA World Cup since the 1970s, supplying match balls, as well as uniforms for player escorts, officials, referees, ball teams and volunteers.

This year it is also supplying World Cup contenders Argentina, Germany, Japan, Mexico and Spain with their official kits.

In 2021, Vietnam accounted for 30% of Adidas’ footwear production volume and 15% of its apparel – so there’s a good chance that Vietnam-made cleats will tear up the soccer field in Qatar.

Similarly, Nike produces 51% of its shoes in vietnam on the other side 138 dispersed suppliers the country. It employs around 484,000 workers.

At this year’s World Cup, Nike will be responsible for kits from the following countries: Qatar, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, France, Croatia, England, Netherlands, South Korea, Canada, Portugal, United States and Australia.

And then there is Puma. The third largest sportswear sponsor of the 2022 World Cup.

The Puma kit will adorn players from Serbia, Switzerland, Uruguay, Ghana, Morocco and Senegal.

Like Adidas and Nike, Puma also has a large presence in Vietnam. He started working with Vietnamese manufacturers in 2007 and Vietnam has since become his ‘strongest producing country‘ representing 32% of Puma’s total production volume.

Football consumption in Vietnam

But Vietnam’s burgeoning middle class is proving to be more than just a source of labor for the factories of big sports brands.

Vietnamese love watching football, but more specifically, they love watching international football.

The most popular football leagues to watch in Vietnam

soccer league 18+ Men 18-34
premier league 26% 53%
The league 11% 26%
UEFA Champions League ten% 27%
League 1 seven% 13%

Source: Research in Indochina

Local leagues have been plagued by allegations of corruption and as a result interest in local football has waned with sports fans flocking to offshore leagues for better competition.

It hasn’t gone unnoticed either, with several European teams taking steps to capitalize on the potential of the Vietnamese market.

For example, in 2015, Manchester United played a friendly match against Vietnam national team in Hanoi. To lure the European champions to the Far East, the Saigon Hanoi Commercial Joint Stock Bank (SHB) has reportedly put £1m ($1.58m) on the table.

Borussia Dortmund are also set to face the national team in Hanoi in just over a week.

But where it becomes clear just how much European football is in demand in Vietnam is in TV rights.

Vietnamese cable subscription service K+ Paid $40 million to air three seasons of the EPL from 2016 to 2019. He also secured the rights for 2019 to 2022, however, he was tight-lipped about how much he spent on this most recent purchase.

The Vietnamese sportswear market

In 2022, Liverpool FC have opened a pop-up store in Ho Chi Minh City. The ribbon cutting was performed by former Liverpool striker Luis Garcia to great fanfare among a wide range of Liverpool FC fans in Vietnam.

“Our new store in Vietnam will allow us to continue to grow our retail operations, so that all of our fans can enjoy authentic LFC experiences and purchase our full range of official merchandise,” said Mike Cox, Vice President. senior, merchandising, Liverpool FC, in a statement.

This could turn out to be a very wise move, as the Vietnamese sportswear industry is expecting strong growth over the next few years.

to spend 70 million US dollars in sportswear and sports shoes in 2022, according to Statista, Vietnamese are expected to spend about double every year by 2027.

And the big players are already taking advantage of it.

The world’s largest sportswear retailer, Decathlon, has just opened its fifth store in Hanoi’s Ha Dong district.

Counterfeit sportswear is a big problem

But there are challenges in the Vietnamese sportswear market. Namely, counterfeit products.

Vietnam’s cities are teeming with shops selling counterfeit sportswear as well as tourists and locals eager to buy big name brands at a fraction of the price.

But even though authorities have made concerted efforts to find and prosecute counterfeiters, the problem persists.

According to U.S. Trade Representative 301 Special Report Watchlist in 2022, “counterfeit products remain widely available in physical markets” in Vietnam.

This makes it difficult to buy and sell genuine merchandise, with buyers of genuine merchandise being put off by the possibility of accidentally buying counterfeits.

It’s also unfortunate, with a Standard Insights and We Create Content survey in 2021 finding that 87% of Vietnamese sports fans respondents would be interested in purchasing official merchandise.

Vietnam’s role in world football can only grow

But despite the challenges facing the sportswear market in Vietnam, the relatively nascent football market can only grow.

Industrial base of major brands, its production capacity is expected to continue to develop alongside the rise of china-plus-one strategies. And, as consumers, with rapidly increasing incomes, European football clubs are likely to continue to build brand awareness among Vietnamese football fans.

With that in mind, and with world football playing such a big part in Vietnam’s future, a World Cup spot surely isn’t too far away.


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adidas, Nike, North Face, and more! https://adidastennishu.com/adidas-nike-north-face-and-more/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 09:07:52 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/adidas-nike-north-face-and-more/

Black Friday is only a week away, some of the sales have already started and more will follow over the next few days. Black Friday is a great opportunity to find your favorite brands at a special price, including Nike, adidas, The North Face, Levi’s and many more. You’ll also want to stay on top of our fashion guide during the remainder of Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday for additional inbound sales. You’ll find a full list of the best deals below, and be sure to give us a follow up on Twitter to stay up to date on new and emerging sales.

Black Friday Outerwear Deals

Update your outerwear for the holiday season or surprise a loved one with new gear from North Face. From November 18 to November 28, The North Face offers 25% discount all full price products for XPLR Pass members (free registration) as good as up to 40% off select sale and holiday collection styles.

Another sale you’ll want to keep an eye out for is the Eddie Bauer Black Friday Sale that takes 50% off on the whole site with free shipping on all orders. More, they even offer 50% extra discount all clearance items as well. They got a preview of the sale today, and we’ve listed all of our top picks which you can find here.

Carhartt has also launched its Black Friday sale and offers 25% off bestselling hoodies and up to 400 gift ideas on sale. This is the perfect opportunity to buy some fantastic outdoor gear at a reasonable price.

Black Friday Sportswear Deals

adidas dropped a Black Friday preview for its adiClub members today (free registration). Plus, adiClub members get free shipping on all orders. There are over 6,000 items throughout this sale, including the best-selling UltraBoost sneakers, priced at $94. This is one sale you’ll want to beat the holiday rush for.

Nike’s Black Friday sale will also be not disappointed this year with up to 50% off hundreds of newly added styles And one 20% extra discount your purchase. However, note that this sale does not start until November 24th.

One of the best sportswear retailers, Under Armor generally offers 25% off on the whole site and free delivery. We can expect to see the same this year, including its release styles. If you want to strike deals early, Under Armor currently offers up to 50% off winter gear currently here.

Dick Sporting Goods is another place to find all your favorite sportswear brands. The Black Friday sale is set to start early next week, and they’re currently offer up to 50% off thousands of its articles during its first transactions.

One of my favorite stores, Lululemon offers Black Friday promotions from November 24. There will be great finds in every category, and you’ll want to buy early because they won’t last long! Additionally, if you sign up for a Lululemon Subscriptionyou will also have access to in-store exchanges on sale items.

Casual and formal Black Friday offers

cole haan is a trendy retailer that usually has a fantastic Black Friday sale. Last year we saw almost 50% off everything in their store. Additionally, you can sign up for a Cole Haan membership (free membership) to receive free shipping.

The Levi’s BF sale is better than ever, and it offers 40% off on the whole site as well as free delivery. For its Red Tab Members (free registration), you can access the sale from today. However, for non-members, you can find 30% off also throughout the site.

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We expect to see lots of extra Black F’sFriday news is pouring in over the next few weeks as retailers prepare for what is sure to be an unforgettable November. Like always, our guide to Black Friday will be your place for all the latest news and offers.

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Maxallure x adidas Skateboarding Fall 2022 Collection https://adidastennishu.com/maxallure-x-adidas-skateboarding-fall-2022-collection/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 22:14:43 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/maxallure-x-adidas-skateboarding-fall-2022-collection/ Having recently launched a signature shoe for Nora Vasconcellos, adidas skateboarding is ready to release its next full collection with the help of cult skater outfit, Maxallure. A cyclist-led collaboration, the upcoming footwear and apparel line sees Maxallure co-founders, longtime friends and San Francisco legends Karl Watson and Nick Lockman bring 1970s varsity style to […]]]>

Having recently launched a signature shoe for Nora Vasconcellos, adidas skateboarding is ready to release its next full collection with the help of cult skater outfit, Maxallure.

A cyclist-led collaboration, the upcoming footwear and apparel line sees Maxallure co-founders, longtime friends and San Francisco legends Karl Watson and Nick Lockman bring 1970s varsity style to the present day. . Additionally, Watson and Lockman tapped Pro Team co-owner and rider Lil Dre for a contribution to the collection, which promotes a “Think Beautiful Thoughts” message. The results ? : Modified pairs for skating adidas Forum 84 and iconic adidas Campus.

“This launch means the world to me,” Lil Dre said in an official press release for Maxallure’s collaboration with the Three Stripes. “adidas is one of my favorite brands, and I want to thank the whole skateboard team for helping me bring my vision to life. The Forum High is my favorite silhouette to skate on, and I liked doing something different and not often seen with the colorway. Plus, pink is my favorite color!

MXA Dre’s Forum 84 ADV features a predominantly white color scheme, though pink flair enters the mix through the inner lining, profile 3-Stripe branding and underfoot cupsole traction. “Lil Dre” is chain-stitched on the locking strap around the ankle, cementing the model’s mark in adidas history. As another nod to varsity jackets popularized decades ago, Maxallure’s “MXA” branding is embroidered on the side ankle, while the numbers “8” and “4” are embossed on the left and of the heel.

In contrast, MXA’s Campus ADV takes the expressiveness down several notches. In keeping with traditional adidas Skateboarding options, the shoe features black-colored suede throughout the upper, with the only interruptions coming in the form of off-white branding on the profiles, shimmering gold “CAMPUS” text on the lateral side and a striking blue panel on the back. Maxallure’s three-letter branding is highlighted underfoot, visible through the icy outsole for a design that mimics gym court logos. The collection’s “Think Positive Thoughts” slogan is printed on the insoles of the modified basketball shoe as a finishing touch.

Enjoy full collection campaign images coming soon and find items via adidas.com/skateboarding Saturday, November 19.

To learn more about the three stripes, see the adidas Samba.

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Adidas Announces It Will Relaunch Kanye West Shoe Designs Without the Yeezy Name https://adidastennishu.com/adidas-announces-it-will-relaunch-kanye-west-shoe-designs-without-the-yeezy-name/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 21:57:00 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/adidas-announces-it-will-relaunch-kanye-west-shoe-designs-without-the-yeezy-name/ Adidas plans to relaunch Kanye West shoe designs after cutting ties with the disgraced rapper – and said it will drop the Yeezy name in the process. The German sportswear giant said on Wednesday it intended to retire the shoes from their “Ye” brand but retain the same designs. The move could save Adidas more […]]]>

Adidas plans to relaunch Kanye West shoe designs after cutting ties with the disgraced rapper – and said it will drop the Yeezy name in the process.

The German sportswear giant said on Wednesday it intended to retire the shoes from their “Ye” brand but retain the same designs. The move could save Adidas more than $300 million in royalty payments.

“Let’s be clear, we all own the [intellectual property], we own all the designs, we own all the releases and new colorways, it’s our product,” Adidas chief financial officer Harm Ohlmeyer said on the call. “We intend to make use of these rights as early as 2023.”

The announcement comes just over two weeks after Adidas drops collaboration with rap star West, also known as “Ye”, following his series of anti-Semitic tirades. Adidas and West first teamed up to create the Yeezy line of shoes in 2013.

The company announced on its quarterly earnings call on Wednesday that it intended to retire the shoes from their “Ye” brand but keep the same design.
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The company has come under fire for not divorcing the former billionaire sooner, which many have attributed to Ye-branded shoes raking in nearly $2 billion in sales last year for Adidas, according to Morgan Stanley.

In order to recoup that revenue, Adidas will first have to defeat Ye’s loyalists, many of whom are unhappy with the company’s decision to continue selling the shoes.

“Adidas is stupid as f–k if you sell Yeezy without Kanye the backlash is gonna be crazy,” one Twitter user said.

“Bad business practices. I don’t buy Yeezy products without Ye.” another tweet read.

Many users have warned that the new Adidas branded shoes will be unmarketable as any social media posts will be riddled with hate from Kanye West fans.

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The footwear giant is already facing backlash online.
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Kanye West himself has denounced previous attempts by Adidas to market Yeezy-type shoes without his permission.

In June, the company released slides that looked like a Yeezy design. West called them “fake Yeezys made by Adidas themselves” and later said, “I am no longer advocating this blatant copycat.”

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Run, don’t walk – you can get 50% off adidas Ultraboost trainers right now https://adidastennishu.com/run-dont-walk-you-can-get-50-off-adidas-ultraboost-trainers-right-now/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 20:46:52 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/run-dont-walk-you-can-get-50-off-adidas-ultraboost-trainers-right-now/ Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and offers we like. If you also like them and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change. OK, let’s get to it quickly: adidas is having a big sale right […]]]>

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OK, let’s get to it quickly: adidas is having a big sale right now. The brand launched its week of Offers today, and every few days, it releases new discounts. The biggest and most exciting offer right now is their Ultraboost sneakers. Select Ultraboost styles for men, women and kids are 50% off online until November 16 while supplies last.

The Ultraboost originally launched in February 2015 as a running sneaker. In fact, according to hypebeast, when the shoes were originally released, no one outside of the running community cared much about them until Kanye West wore them to perform (of course, that’s not his best selling point anymore) . Since then, the three bands style has become an adidas lifestyle staple among its Stan Smiths and Superstars.

Men’s Ultraboost 22 Shoes$95 (original $190)

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At its core, the Ultraboost shoe features hundreds of fused “Boost” capsules that deliver incredible energy return, according to the product description. Whether you’re a runner or a sneaker enthusiast, this is a comfortable shoe to add to your wardrobe.

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However, Ultraboost sneakers are almost never on sale, like never. This is your chance to save big, whether you’re shopping for yourself or crossing out some of your holiday gift purchases. Head to the adidas website now to score the deal, and while you’re at it, you should also know that you can score 50% off select fleece styles to warm up this winter.

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Singer-rapper Aaron Carter found dead at his home on Saturday morning https://adidastennishu.com/singer-rapper-aaron-carter-found-dead-at-his-home-on-saturday-morning/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 23:58:58 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/singer-rapper-aaron-carter-found-dead-at-his-home-on-saturday-morning/ LOS ANGELES — The fallout from the display of anti-Semitic hatred on banners hung over the 405 freeway on Saturday by the “Goyim Defense League,” a neo-Nazi white supremacist group led by hate speech purveyor Jon Minadeo II, continued on Monday. Minadeo and his band told the media that they were acting in “support” of […]]]>

LOS ANGELES — The fallout from the display of anti-Semitic hatred on banners hung over the 405 freeway on Saturday by the “Goyim Defense League,” a neo-Nazi white supremacist group led by hate speech purveyor Jon Minadeo II, continued on Monday.

Minadeo and his band told the media that they were acting in “support” of rapper Kanye West, also known as Ye. The group saluted the Nazis as they stood behind a large banner that read ‘Kanye is right about the Jews,’ according to footage collected by anti-discrimination organizations and Jewish residents of Los Angeles appalled by the group’s message and shared on Twitter and other social media platforms. .

West has engaged in several hateful and intolerant rants on podcasts and social media posts in which he has commented on the supposed collective power and control of the Jewish people.

At West’s recent appearance on the Drink Champs podcasthe blamed ‘Jewish Zionists’ for reports that his ex-wife Kim Kardashian and then-boyfriend Pete Davidson had sex next to a fireplace, claimed ‘Jews owned the black voice,” and described Disney as Jewish. Platform.

In the same Drink champions podcast, which was removed from Youtube, West also claimed that Jews “made money from lawyers” by divorcing Christians because Catholics refused to do so.

On Monday, CAA, the prominent Hollywood talent agency, stopped representing Ye amid growing calls for a boycott of the rapper formerly known as Kanye West. The agency ended its relationship with Ye following his recent anti-Semitic outbursts in various interviews, according to a person with knowledge of the situation speaking to the Los Angeles Times.

Reaction to the hate-filled posting included White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre earlier Monday, who tweeted:

California Assemblyman Jesse Gabriel (D-Woodland Hills) and State Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco), chairman and vice chairman of the California Jewish Legislative Caucus released a statement Monday saying, “ Words have consequences. Kanye West threatened Jews, and now other extremists are openly threatening our Jewish community with hateful banners on the 405 Freeway and distributing appalling anti-Semitic propaganda in our neighborhoods.

“We are proud to be Jews and we will not remain silent when hatred and bigotry are openly directed against our Jewish community or any other community in California.

“Any company – including Adidas – that continues to do business with Kanye West is part of this attack on Jews. It is morally indefensible to turn a blind eye to anti-Semitism and put profit before the safety of Jews or others targeted by hatred.

“We are grateful to those who have spoken out in solidarity with our Jewish community. Together, we will build a stronger and more secure state.

Hate Group Posts Despicable Messages On Highway 405 Saturday, October 22, 2022
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Governor Gavin Newsom reacted to Saturday’s incident and ongoing acts of anti-Semitism:

“This weekend’s public display of anti-Semitic hatred is another wake-up call to all of us that we must remain vigilant to protect our values ​​and freedoms as Californians,” Governor Newsom said. “The former president gave a platform to extremists spouting hate speech and we continue to see the dangerous consequences – from the January 6 insurrection to Nazi salutes and anti-Jewish signs on the 405 Freeway. here in California. Our state is committed to protecting our diverse communities and will continue to lead the fight against racial, ethnic and religious hatred wherever it turns its ugly head.

In Los Angeles, City Councilman Mitch O’Farrell in an emailed statement noted:

“The poison of hate has no place, and the rise of anti-Semitism in so many places, including Los Angeles, is deeply troubling. It’s hard to imagine the malevolence required to expose such despicable words and gestures to the public, and the bigoted mindset required to think this way in the first place.

These acts are part of an alarming trend of heinous verbal and literal attacks on Jews here and everywhere. History has shown that ignorance, bigotry and hatred breed violence. Those of us who believe in and celebrate our pluralism and our diversity must oppose it loud and clear. We absolutely cannot be silent.

Speaking to reporters Monday at the daily briefing, the topic came up when the White House press questioned the press secretary:

Q With the visit of the Israeli president, this comes at a time when there has been a noticeable increase in some significant anti-Semitism and questions about how Republicans react to this, how the culture reacts to this.

What is the President’s opinion on how this might even influence the visit or be a topic of the visit or how he thinks the country should react to this? Kanye West was one of them. Others were invited to respond to the corporate side of such notable instances.

MRS. JEAN-PIERRE: So I could — I could just speak on behalf of the President and how he feels. And he feels that he and our administration should respond to it.

Let’s not forget that the President ran – on the healing – on the healing of the soul of our nation – right? — after years of — some years of division, years of hatred.

And so, he was very, very — very clear about that and how important it is to make sure he does that in this administration.

So, when racism or anti-Semitism comes to the fore, he will denounce it. And he called her. We should not allow this conversation to exist – not just in political discourse but in our – in our daily lives.

And so, that’s something that we’re going to keep – shouting, that the president is going to shout. It’s ugly. It’s dangerous. It is despicable.

And he believes that — that we should con- — we should, as leaders — political party leaders, leaders — it doesn’t matter if you’re — what side of the aisle you’re sitting on, you should — we should call that. And that’s something that, again, he’s going to condemn. And he’s going to be very, very clear in saying that in the strongest terms.

Q Does he think others have been timid in this area?

MRS. JEAN-PIERRE: Listen, I already talked about it, when we saw the situation in Los Angeles and when I was asked about the members of the city council, specifically in Los Angeles. And they were Democrats, and we were very clear: it doesn’t matter if there’s a “D” or an “R” after your name, but we should call it.

And the sad thing about that is you see Republicans – Republicans in Congress who – who make these awful – and not just in Congress, but, you know, through – through the – through the specter, make them truly despicable and despicable – despicable comments about racism and anti-Semitism. And they don’t call – they don’t call him.

And that – and that’s going to be – that’s not going to be the way the president is going to handle situations like this. He’ll call her no matter what side of the aisle you’re sitting on, no matter, again, if there’s a “D” or an “R” after your name.

There is no place – no place at all for this type of belief or despicable language in our political discourse.

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German enterprises among strong EU league to further deepen China partnerships at CIIE https://adidastennishu.com/german-enterprises-among-strong-eu-league-to-further-deepen-china-partnerships-at-ciie/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 01:00:00 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/german-enterprises-among-strong-eu-league-to-further-deepen-china-partnerships-at-ciie/ China’s strong trade relationship with Germany is expected to be further enhanced with the remarkable presence of major multinational companies at the CIIE. China remained Germany’s most important trading partner in 2021 for the sixth consecutive year with a volume exceeding 245 billion euros ($246 billion) in 2021, as bilateral trade, investment and many other […]]]>

China’s strong trade relationship with Germany is expected to be further enhanced with the remarkable presence of major multinational companies at the CIIE.

China remained Germany’s most important trading partner in 2021 for the sixth consecutive year with a volume exceeding 245 billion euros ($246 billion) in 2021, as bilateral trade, investment and many other innovation initiatives continue to flow into the country.

Bilateral trade between China and Germany grew 0.9 percent year on year to $173.57 billion in the first nine months of this year, according to data released by the General Administration of Customs. (GAC), still positive given the impact of the pandemic.

China’s share of German imports rose to 12.4% in the first half of 2022 from 3.4% in 2000, while German imports of Chinese goods increased in value by 45.7% year-on-year in during this six-month period, according to the German Economic Institute. (IW) found.

With the increasing presence of investments and innovative initiatives from German companies, companies are keen to make their presence known at the 5th China International Import Expo, which will be unveiled on Saturday.

EU investment in China exploded in the first eight months of this year with a stunning 123.7% year-on-year increase, according to China’s Ministry of Commerce on Thursday. EU FDI inflow to China jumped 123.7% between January and August.

The consultancy Rhodium Group pointed out that European FDI in China has held up well in terms of volume and has been concentrated in sectors such as automotive, agribusiness, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, chemicals and manufacturing,

Its latest study reveals that four countries – Germany, the Netherlands, the UK and France – accounted for 87% of the total value of investments, on average, over the past four years, compared to 69% over the past four years. of the previous 10 years.

He also noted that European investment has become much more concentrated, both in terms of the companies investing, the countries of origin and the sectors in which they operate.

The presence of German companies in China in the capital-intensive manufacturing and engineering sectors is notable.

BASF’s Zhanjiang Verbund site in Guangdong province was officially put into operation in September as planned.

It is expected to generate a total investment of up to 10 billion euros by 2030. It is the first fully foreign-funded project in China’s heavy chemical industry and covers an area of ​​about 9 square kilometers. .

It seeks to expand its plastic compound engineering capability in the Asia-Pacific region with growing demand from industries such as automotive, electronics and new energy vehicles.

BASF’s sales in China in the first three quarters rose 5.8% year-on-year to 9.2 billion euros.

The third phase of the BASF Innovation Campus in Shanghai is expected to be completed in early 2023.

At last year’s CIIE, German companies already had a strong presence. A total of 176 German companies showcased their products and services last year and reached an expected total contract value of $16.9 billion at the previous exhibition.

The German joint pavilions organized by AHK Greater China are located in a total of three exhibition halls this year, showcasing products from the fields of food and agriculture, intelligent industry and information, and consumer goods.

It hosts enterprises and commercial companies of various sizes with the largest number of companies present in the smart industry and information technology subsection in Hall 3 of the NECC.

More than two dozen exhibitors and representative offices of the German federal states present their products and services under the “Made in Germany” brand with a total exhibition area of ​​986 square meters.

Teka Appliances Group is participating for the first time in this year’s exhibition with the professional kitchen and toilet utensil brands Teka and Kuppersbusch. It showcases electric cooking solutions to meet carbon reduction initiatives and green energy trends.

Regular CIIE attendees have already seen the benefits, and many other products are following suit.

Kärcher has scheduled the global launch of its robot series and the KIRA B integrated cleaning robot this year.

The smart cleaning technology product was designed through extensive R&D and innovation tailored to the demand of the Chinese market.

It combines the functions of sweeping, scrubbing, vacuuming and mopping, which can solve the comprehensive floor cleaning needs of buildings with one product.

Its AI smart cleaning robots are expected to further enhance Kärcher’s core product matrix in smart cleaning robots and promote the company’s leading position.

Bayer is among the first group of companies to showcase the new crop seed industry subsection at this year’s CIIE.

“As China’s most important import expo, the CIIE greatly facilitates the sharing and growth of international enterprises such as Bayer with China’s economic development,” said Werner Baumann, Chairman of the Board. of Bayer AG.

“Since Bayer’s first presence at the event five years ago, we have worked closely with our Chinese partners to showcase our latest research achievements through this national platform.”

Two innovative prescription drugs that were showcased at the 3rd and 4th CIIE attracted wide attention and won approval from the National Medical Products Administration in the first half of this year.

Elevit’s line of infant care products called “Little Elevit” makes its world premiere this year with two new products, Little Elevit Vitamin D Softgels and Calcium and Zinc Vitamin D Softgels.

Bayer has already registered for the 6th CIIE and said it will continue to tap into its global innovation network and leverage this globally connecting event to continue improving the lives of Chinese patients, customers and producers.

China is not only an important market for German companies looking to conduct local research and development, but also an emerging hub for global markets.

German business innovation and local partnerships have accelerated.

This year’s joint survey by the German Chamber of Commerce in China and BearingPoint found that almost half of respondents say they do research (49%) and development (52%) in China for the Chinese market.

About a third of respondents do research (25%) and development (33%) in China for global markets.

In addition, 43% of German companies demand more autonomy from their headquarters in terms of innovative activities. A quarter (24%) even want their Chinese subsidiary to be able to carry out global R&D.

The technologies and solutions exhibited at the CIIE have managed to attract attention and become solid business models.

Boehringer Ingelheim’s digital sound monitoring tool, which can identify pigs in respiratory distress by monitoring their cough, was tested in selected piggeries after its first appearance at the second CIIE.

The Ingelheim-based company set up its Asian veterinary R&D center in China and launched its R&D project for swine fever vaccines in 2012.

Siemens Healthineers China welcomed its first group of local associates a year after launching its Shanghai Innovation Center in September last year.

It has signed collaboration agreements with local players such as Vivolight and Subtle Medical for precision diagnostics, enhanced medical imaging and cancer treatment solutions.

“We have succeeded in building a strong local supply chain to remain resilient in the face of the uncertainty brought by the pandemic, thanks to a long-term commitment to the Chinese market,” said Jerry Wang, President of Siemens Healthineers. China.

It is considering potential collaboration with local startups in immunotherapy cancer treatments under similar co-creation models to expand its local services.

“We believe our development strategy aligns well with China’s broader focus on encouraging local innovation, and we will continue to be guided by our localized innovation strategy going forward to optimize research and supply chains. local supplies,” he added.

He also hopes to build an innovation ecosystem through close collaboration with the Medical Valley European Metropolitan Region Nuremberg (EMN) association to foster partnerships between European and Chinese startups.

Rajat Agarwal, chairman of Henkel China, said the company’s footprint in China is deep and the vast domestic market plays an important role in its global operations.

“We believe that China will continue to accelerate growth driven by innovation and high-quality development, and this new stage of economic transformation further promotes innovation and sustainability, providing many opportunities for multinationals like Henkel.” , Agarwal said.

China is Henkel’s third largest and fastest growing market and continues to invest in local R&D and production capabilities to improve tailored products and solutions.

Henkel has invested in a materials science-focused fund in China, bolstering its access to the local fast-growing startup scene. Its first application engineering center was inaugurated in Dongguan City, Guangdong Province in August.

In the sports and cultural field, cross-border collaboration should also be further strengthened.

German sports company Adidas has entered into a strategic cooperation agreement with the Chinese Literature and Art Foundation (CLAF) with a three-year partnership to promote Chinese culture and sports.

Their collaboration will range from university sports activities to global initiatives to promote young Chinese artists and designers.

Adidas is increasingly turning to co-creation and development initiatives with local designers and artists to promote sports functionality as well as cultural inspiration for new designs.

It aims to engage local, world-class Chinese designers and artists to inject more creativity inspired by Chinese culture into areas such as product and store design in China and other markets.

The company said it looks forward to leveraging its partnership with CLAF to write a new chapter in China’s sport and culture, in addition to helping China share its unique culture with the rest of the world.

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Tennis Shoe Market to Grow by 2031 to Surpass $3.6 Billion – ADIDAS, ASICS Corporation, PUMA SE, Babolat https://adidastennishu.com/tennis-shoe-market-to-grow-by-2031-to-surpass-3-6-billion-adidas-asics-corporation-puma-se-babolat/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 05:38:00 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/tennis-shoe-market-to-grow-by-2031-to-surpass-3-6-billion-adidas-asics-corporation-puma-se-babolat/ Based on region, Asia-Pacific is expected to experience the highest growth rate in the tennis shoes industry, registering a CAGR of 4.5% from 2022 to 2031. PORTLAND, 5933 NE WIN SIVERS DRIVE, #205, OR 97220, USA, October 29, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to a new report published by Allied Market Research, titled “tennis shoes market“The […]]]>

Based on region, Asia-Pacific is expected to experience the highest growth rate in the tennis shoes industry, registering a CAGR of 4.5% from 2022 to 2031.

PORTLAND, 5933 NE WIN SIVERS DRIVE, #205, OR 97220, USA, October 29, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to a new report published by Allied Market Research, titled “tennis shoes market“The Tennis Shoes Market size was valued at USD 2.5 Billion in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 3.6 Billion by 2031, growing at a CAGR of 3.3% from 2022 to 2031.

Key players:

The players operating in the global Tennis Shoes market have adopted various development strategies to increase their Tennis Shoes market share, exploit the opportunities in the Tennis Shoes market and increase the market profitability. Key players profiled in this report are ADIDAS Group, Anta Sports Products Limited, ASICS Corporation, Babolat, FILA Holdings Corp., Lotto Sport Italia SpA, New Balance, Inc., Nike, Inc., PUMA SE, and Xtep International Holdings Limited. .

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Tennis shoes are a type of athletic footwear used specifically for playing tennis. It is different from other shoes because the design and qualities required in a tennis shoe are different from other sports shoes. In addition, tennis shoes offer more strength and durability, which allows players to move quickly sideways, forwards and backwards while playing tennis. Tennis is gaining popularity around the world through events such as the Grand Slam tournaments and the French Open. Moreover, the growth in the fanbase of famous tennis players such as Pete Sampras, Bianca Andreescu and Rafael Osuna is propelling the participation rate in tennis globally and consequently fueling the demand for tennis shoes.

The increase in women’s participation is increasing rapidly in tennis as both women and men enjoy fairly equal parity in tennis, which has made tennis popular among women. According to the International Tennis Federation (ITF), the female population accounted for about 47% of the total population of tennis players in the world in 2019. Therefore, the surge in the popularity of tennis encourages people, especially women women, to participate more and more in tennis. This factor ultimately increases the demand for tennis shoes among the global population of tennis players.

The availability of counterfeit and cheap products limits the growth of the market. Sportswear and shoes from well-known brands have a high price range, which is not affordable for low-income groups. Therefore, local suppliers design the same style of products at comparatively lower costs. These products are of poor quality and harm the brand image of the precursors on the market, thus limiting the sales of original products.

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The availability of counterfeit or poor quality tennis shoes is limiting the sales of branded products, thereby threatening the growth of the tennis shoes market. Paradigm shifts in the education system support the growth of the sports industry and the industries that depend on it. Also, the increase in sports education and athletic training in universities has greatly increased the awareness of sports and fitness. Thus, many schools/educational institutions provide training for students, offering them the opportunity to participate in various sports competitions such as tennis.

Additionally, a hectic lifestyle coupled with an increase in the number of consumers choosing outdoor activities such as adventure sports to relax or break the monotony of their daily lives is contributing to the growth of the footwear market of tennis. In addition, initiatives taken by various governments in countries such as India and Australia to promote sports, health and fitness have led to increased awareness of sports and sports-related products such as sports shoes and the like, which, in turn, stimulates growth. the size of the tennis shoe market.

The tennis shoes market is segmented on the basis of playing surface, user, distribution channel and region. On the basis of playing surface, it is segmented into hard court tennis shoes, clay court tennis shoes and grass court tennis shoes. Based on the user, it is separated into men, women and children. Based on the distribution channel, it is classified into supermarkets/hypermarkets, specialty stores, e-commerce and others. Regionally, it is analyzed in North America (United States, Canada and Mexico), Europe (United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Russia, Spain and rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific ( China, Japan, India, South Korea, Australia and rest of Asia-Pacific) and LAMEA (Brazil, Argentina, South Africa and rest of LAMEA).

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Main results of the study

According to the tennis shoes market analysis, on the basis of playing surface, the hard court tennis shoes segment is expected to witness the highest CAGR of 3.8%, in terms of revenue, during the forecast period of the tennis shoes market.
According to the tennis shoes market trends, on the basis of user, men’s segment is expected to dominate the tennis shoes industry from 2022 to 2031.
Based on the distribution channel, the e-commerce segment is expected to grow at a significant CAGR during the forecast period.
According to the tennis shoes market demand, based on North America countries, the United States was the largest tennis shoes market in 2021, in terms of revenue generation.
Based on region, Asia-Pacific is expected to experience the highest growth rate in the tennis shoes industry, registering a CAGR of 4.5% from 2022 to 2031.

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Designing high performance running shoes perfectly suited for the U of Sask. engineering graduate https://adidastennishu.com/designing-high-performance-running-shoes-perfectly-suited-for-the-u-of-sask-engineering-graduate/ Mon, 24 Oct 2022 22:35:45 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/designing-high-performance-running-shoes-perfectly-suited-for-the-u-of-sask-engineering-graduate/ Gillian Pinder loves sports and problem solving, so being a mechanical engineer for Adidas developing new running shoes is a perfect fit for her. “These days [at Adidas] are built around sport,” says Pinder, who earned an engineering degree from the University of Saskatchewan and is a former Huskie soccer player. “I can play football […]]]>

Gillian Pinder loves sports and problem solving, so being a mechanical engineer for Adidas developing new running shoes is a perfect fit for her.

“These days [at Adidas] are built around sport,” says Pinder, who earned an engineering degree from the University of Saskatchewan and is a former Huskie soccer player.

“I can play football at noon and go to the gym at two o’clock and it’s amazing.”

Pinder was lead engineer on one of Adidas’ latest shoes, the Adizero Prime X Strung.

She also started her own company, BareWear, which developed indoor shoes designed for people who use orthotics.

It’s been quite a trip for Pinder, who now splits his time between Adidas headquarters in Portland, Oregon, and back on the farm in Saskatchewan.

Pinder grew up in Saskatoon playing soccer for Eastside, then spent time with provincial teams, the National Performance Center and the Huskies.

She said being a student athlete taught her balance.

“A lot of it was about keeping my head up and realizing that I also had to focus on engineering and that I also had to plan for a future beyond the Huskies.”

women in engineering

Pinder saw right away that there were few women in her engineering program.

“I also noticed that a lot of the clubs and extracurricular activities were very male dominated, and the few women who were in the [engineering] the university was not participating.”

So Pinder created GearUp, which helps female engineering students learn technical skills and network with classmates and professionals.

Gillian Pinder was one of the lead engineers behind Adidas’ new ultra-lightweight running shoe, the Adizero Prime X Strung. (Adidas)

Early in his engineering program, Pinder realized that mechanical engineering was a good fit for him and was lucky enough to meet Sean Maw, a professor who became his mentor.

“I was able to work with [Mah] in sports engineering research, then BareWare and kind of just continued.”

Mah said Pinder showed initiative early on and made the most of every opportunity that came her way.

“She built on one opportunity after another,” Mah said.

Pinder spent two years working with a team on the Strung shoe, which was just launched by Adidas.

“It’s a super light and fast shoe,” Pinder said. “It’s optimized to be very, very light and made in this unique way that basically programs these different fiber orientations to sit on the foot exactly where the athlete needs it.”

LISTEN | Pinder spoke with host Leisha Grebinski about Saskatoon Morning:

Saskatoon Morning7:53Saskatoon woman is making waves at Adidas and with her own shoe company

When a woman growing up in Saskatoon discovered the field of sports engineering, she knew she was the right fit. Now she works with Adidas – and has started her own company – and she makes shoes that fit other people. Gillian Pinder joins host Leisha Grebinski.

bareware

BareWare is a design project she started in school with two classmates.

One of the classmates wanted to do yoga, but had a medical condition that required her to wear orthotics.

“Back then, you had to wear your orthotics basically with closed-toe shoes. So the sportier one was like a running shoe, which isn’t ideal for certain yoga positions,” Pinder said.

They came up with an idea for a shoe product that would work for things like yoga or gymnastics.

They designed a product that can be inserted into custom orthotics or off-the-shelf arch support products.

“It provides the maximum amount of flexibility, range of motion, kind of connection to the ground that you would want if you were barefoot, but would still allow you to have the support you need.”

After graduating, she took the concept further and came up with the BareWear Binder.

“Gillian had the perseverance to keep going,” Mah said.

“She had dozens and dozens of prototype versions…and even learned to 3D knit.”

The first batch of the design will be delivered to buyers by the end of November.

“It was a really cool learning experience and ultimately really helped me land the job. [at Adidas].”

The coming year could be even busier for Pinder, who is expecting her first child. She said being a mom would give her a new perspective.

“I’m going to have a baby girl, so in how the industry maybe focuses on different types of athletes and different genders and how we can maybe do a better job of designing for everybody,” she said. “I can only imagine becoming more of a lawyer as a parent.”

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Local Family Helps Fund Global Breast Cancer Foundations | News, Sports, Jobs https://adidastennishu.com/local-family-helps-fund-global-breast-cancer-foundations-news-sports-jobs/ Sat, 22 Oct 2022 04:08:26 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/local-family-helps-fund-global-breast-cancer-foundations-news-sports-jobs/ Luke Hontz and his mother Susan Hontz Smith of Marietta pictured at an event years ago at the Pioneer BMX Track in Marietta. Hontz has used his love of cycling to make a career out of it. He helped develop the breast cancer awareness shoe collection at Adidas-owned Five Ten. Smith […]]]>



Luke Hontz and his mother Susan Hontz Smith of Marietta pictured at an event years ago at the Pioneer BMX Track in Marietta. Hontz has used his love of cycling to make a career out of it. He helped develop the breast cancer awareness shoe collection at Adidas-owned Five Ten. Smith was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011. (Photo provided)

MARIETTA – A Marietta native has paid tribute to his mother and other women with breast cancer through his work for a famous shoemaker.

Adidas Senior Product Manager Luke Hontz introduced the Breast Cancer Awareness collection to the Adidas team, “they knew it was a strong cause and an authentic story,” he said.

His mother, Susan Hontz Smith of Marietta, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011. Smith is a retired math and science teacher at Washington Elementary School. She is proud of her son and his breast cancer awareness efforts.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

“The whole issue of awareness is so important for women,” said Smith.

Luke Hontz and his mother Susan Hontz Smith today. (Photo provided)

Hontz grew up in Marietta where his upbringing included riding his bike on the BMX Pioneer Trails track in Marietta. He then moved to Lake Tahoe, California to continue his education.

“I am lucky to have been able to make my greatest passion, cycling, a career” he said.

“At the end of 2010, I started my career at Five Ten, creating a line of mountain biking shoes. At the time, Five Ten was making high quality mountaineering shoes,” he said. “We were bought by Adidas in 2011. My new job required a lot of travel which was a great experience, but it was difficult for me to be with mum when she was diagnosed and treated for breast cancer. the same year. I always wished I could do more to support his journey.

Hontz said her mother was a fighter and continues to be cancer-free.

“This experience stuck with me. Two years ago, I started exploring ways to help the many people who will hear this same diagnosis,” Hontz said. “I began the process of creating products to honor my mother and raise awareness of the disease, emphasizing the importance of early detection.”

Luke Hontz on a recent show. (Photo provided)

Adidas started with a unique shoe model in the breast cancer collection.

“What started as a single shoe design, the popular Five Ten Freerider Pro Canvas, quickly evolved,” he said. “Then came the Terrex Free Hiker and the Terrex Agravic Ultra. The racing team followed up with a special edition Ultraboost, one of Adidas’ best-selling shoes. The clothes soon became part of the collection.

A donation for every product sold will go to Breast Cancer Now in the UK and Europe and the National Breast Cancer Foundation in the US.

Contributions support awareness efforts and the promotion of early detection, fund education, support services and research. Adidas flagship stores in New York, Berlin, London and Texas will carry the collection which can also be purchased at adidas.com.

“And by the way, mum is crying a ‘tear of joy’ as she tries to imagine how her personal experience could help people around the world facing a similar diagnosis. She is grateful to everyone who has helped her cure, especially Dr. Kelli Cawley (of Marietta)” he said.

The Breast Cancer Awareness Collection. (Photo provided)

Smith’s message to other women is to stay on top of your health. She had a clean mammogram in July 2010, but was diagnosed with cancer in February the following year.

“Be extra vigilant with your breast cancer health,” she says.



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