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Market Intelligence Surveys

ASGA conducts Market Intelligence surveys of the sporting goods and active lifestyle industry. Data is collected from across industry participants. Click here for a copy of the ASGA Survey Information Pack. The surveys are undertaken by a third-party specialist provider. Utilising a third-party maintains confidentiality of the raw data and ensures accuracy. In 2011/12 ASGA's survey provider is 10ThousandFeet .     In 2011/12 the following Market Intelligence surveys will be conducted.   SURVEY INTERVAL Cricket Equipment Annual Racquet sports equipment Annual with quarterly snapsho...
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(Component Article) Market Intelligence Surveys

**PLEASE NOTE ALL SURVEY SUBSCRIPTIONS EXPIRE ON 30 JUNE. ACCESS TO SURVEY DATA IS AUTOMATICALLY CUT OFF 30 JUNE TO ACCESS SURVEY DATA FROM 1 JULY MEMBERSHIP AND SURVEY SUBSCRIPTION FEES MUST BE PAID.   Please email info@asga.com.au or call (03) 9320 2655 to subscribe to the surveys.    ASGA members can subscribe to the following regular sporting industry surveys. Cricket Equipment Survey Annual Survey Racquet Sports Equipment  Annual Survey with quarterly snapshots Golf Equipment Australia Annual Survey with quarterly snapshots Golf Equipment New Zealand Annual Survey Compression G...
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Privacy

This website is managed by the Australian Sporting Goods Association (“ASGA”) on behalf of the Counterfeit Alert Network (“CAN”).  CAN recognises the importance of protecting the privacy of financial and personal information. CAN has implemented reasonable policies and security measures to protect the information you provide. When you register online with www.counterfeitalertnetwork.com.au or choose to register for future electronic newsletter correspondence, you provide your consent to process and use such submitted personal data in accordance with this privacy policy. This privacy policy app...
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Terms & Conditions

1. Acceptance By using this Web Site, you agree, without limitation or qualification, to be bound by, and to comply with, these Terms and Conditions and any other posted guidelines or rules applicable to the Web Site. All such guidelines and rules are hereby incorporated by reference into the Terms and Conditions. 2. Privacy Policy Counterfeit Alert Network (“CAN”) is subject to the provisions of the Privacy Act 1988.  The Act contains 10 National Privacy Principles that set standards for the handling of personal information.  CAN has a commitment to privacy and the safeguarding of, visitor an...
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Trade Practices Manual

ASGA Trade Practices Manual The Trade Practices Manual has been prepared for ASGA, its Members and their employees. The Manual provides a general guide in relation to trade practices law. It is important to note that the Manual is not and should not be treated as an exhaustive statement of the law or legal advice. If further advice or interpretation is required, ASGA advises individuals to seek independent legal advice. Attachment Size Trade Practices Manual 156.33 KB
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Chairman's Report

Click on the link below to read the Chairman's report presented to the Members at the ASGA Annual General Meeting. Attachment Size 2005 Chairman's Report - Ross Langdon 13.71 KB 2006 Chairman's Report - Ross Langdon 345.86 KB 2007 Chairman's Report - Ross Langdon 244.89 KB 2008 Chairman's Report - Ian Fullagar 198.74 KB 2009 Chairman's Report - Ian Fullagar 89.32 KB AttachmentSize
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10ThousandFeet

10ThousandFeet has been appointed by the ASGA Board to carry out the following functions for the Association: Collection and collation of survey data Reporting of survey results   10ThousandFeet is a specialist market intelligence company with a a great deal of experience working with the retail industry. 10ThousandFeet has been appointed by the ASGA Board to undertake the ASGA Market Intelligence Surveys for the 2011/12 financial year. Click here for more information about ASGA's Market Intelligence Surveys
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Code of Conduct

Guiding Principles Introduction The Australian Sporting Goods Association was formed in 1981 to promote the spirit of goodwill and effective working relationships throughout all levels of the Sporting Goods and Leisure Industry in Australia by furthering contact and understanding between members. It was also formed to give the Industry a National ‘voice' through which representation on behalf of Members can be made to Government, media, local and international organisations. Amongst other roles the initial Board of Directors felt ASGA would play roles in furthering and developing the marketing...
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Board Members

The ASGA Board is made up of a minimum of 9 Directors, each whom serve a 2 year term.The Board is made up of; 3 directors representing retail members, elected for a 2 year term at the Annual AGM on staggered basis. 3 directors representing wholesale members, elected for a 2 year term at the Annual AGM on a staggered basis A number of Independent members appointed by the ASGA Board The ASGA Executive Director The President of the ASGA Board is appointed by the Board from the membership of the Board.   Wholesale Directors:                                                     Guy Tuthill (Hanes ...
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Business Development

Strategic Priorities 2008-09 : Build a Sporting Industry and Active Lifestyles Job Board for both employer Members and employees to advertise and promote employment opportunities Increase revenue streams into the ASGA Annual Forum/Conference through increased registrations and sponsorship packages Review the role, content and usability of the ASGA website and newsletter for relevancy and income stream potential Align with a range of like minded third party(s) to review the Australian sports role in areas of technology and innovation (with the view to provide a fee for service that facilitat...
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