This year, THE SPOT will take place on 8 and 9 May at the SwissTech Convention Center in Lausanne, Switzerland, following three previous successful editions. Today, ThinkSport announced the horizontal theme of its international sport and innovation flagship event.
iWorkinSport, a global hub for recruitment, career growth and education in sport and based in Lausanne, has once again asked all relevant stakeholders to appoint the most attractive employers in sport.
L’Association Boulimie-Anorexie (ABA) organisera une conférence sur le thème « Sport et troubles du comportement alimentaire » qui se déroulera le 2 février à 19h au Musée Olympique à Lausanne.
Innovative space enabled products and services are also making an impact in sports! The European Space Agency (ESA) recently launched two calls which aim to exploit space assets to broaden the access to sport and inclusion; and to support the digital transformation and sustainability of the sport sector, specifically in the organisation, management, and further exploitation of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Due to the high demand for THE SPOT tickets in 2022, ThinkSport has just launched the registration process for next year’s edition. If you want to end the year with no regrets, it’s now time to secure your ticket.
Experts in the field of learning and teaching in sports (PE teachers, Coaches, Lecturers, Researchers, etc.), pedagogical experts, tech experts, etc. and any other interested partiesare invited to apply now for participation in the dedicated Innovation Booster powered by Innosuisse, which will take place on 2 February 2023, from 9:30 am to 4:30pm.
Smart concepts, fresh ideas, new cross-sector relationships and many happy faces – those are the outcomes of this year’s Sport Innovation Challenge, which culminated in the final pitch contest held physically in the House of Sport in Bern, on 9 December.
The Freeride World Tour (FWT) just announced it has merged with the International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS), which is acquiring FWT properties. The two organisations, which are both based in Switzerland, will join forces starting from the 2022-2023 season.
The final pitch event of this year’s Sport Innovation Challenge by Haskins Sport Society, organised in partnership with the Freeride World Tour (FWT), is approaching rapidly. Following the semi-finals last week, the best ten sport management student teams, out of a 30 in total, have now been revealed.
VORN and their student team are the winners of this year’s Sport Hackdays, organised last weekend by the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (HSLU). The winning project aims at providing objective measures to help judges making fairer ratings in freestyle skiing and, at the same time, engaging with fans.