Newsletters

ASGA publishes two e-newsletters each month, the ASGA Update at the start of the month and the ASGA Newsletter in the middle of the month.

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ASGA Newsletter – August 2012

Executive Director’s Report The last month has been a busy one for ASGA, settling into the new office, taking part in the Government’s Retail Council of Australia and organising our Office Warming Party and Networking Event (see below). I’ll go into some detail around these issues later in the Newsletter, but something that’s been getting significant media attention over the past few weeks is the level of success of our Olympic athletes in London. I think everyone agrees that just making it to the Olympics is a major achievement and one that should be celebrated. Getting a silver me...
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August 2012 ASGA Update

Welcome Welcome to the first of the new-look ASGA Updates, a monthly e-newsletter that will keep you up-to-date with news and ideas affecting the sporting goods sector from Australia and around the world. The Update complements the ASGA Newsletter, which also comes out monthly and is more geared to communicating ASGA-specific information and news. You can expect the Update in the first week of the month and the Newsletter in the middle of the month. The purpose of the Update is to keep you informed about interesting news and issues from and about our industry – if you have news or you find an ...
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July 2012 Newsletter

Executive Director’s Report        The new financial year is upon us, so now is a great time to update you on what’s been happening with the Australian Sporting Goods Association and what some of our plans are for the future. There have been a lot of changes and we have some exciting plans. Firstly, as most of you would be aware, Brad Kitschke resigned as Executive Director in April. On behalf of the Association I’d like to congratulate Brad and thank him for the great work he put in as Executive Director. I replaced Brad effectively at the end of May and since that time have been ...
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