In a development within the global wholesale sports industry, Joor and ISPO Munich, have formalised a long-term partnership to leverage Joor’s digital wholesale platform and extensive global network to enhance and expand the digital selling opportunities accessible to ISPO brands.

The alliance between ISPO Munich and the wholesale platform introduces a beneficial digital dimension to the trade fair, bridging the divide between sports and outdoor brands and fashion and lifestyle retailers via the digital platform.

“As a platform and ecosystem for the international sports industry, our goal is to find and develop relevant products and innovative services for our industries,” said Christoph Rapp, head of sales at the ISPO group.

“This also includes a digital extension of physical trade fairs. Joor brings significant added value to our community, with their extensive network and robust digital offering.”

Kristin Savilia, CEO of Joor added: “We recognise the value Joor’s digital solution brings to brands across all categories and, through this partnership, we are expanding our footprint in the Sports and Outdoor industry. Joor’s innovative technology will digitalise ISPO Munich’s event and enhance opportunities for participating brands.”

Moreover, apart from offering a presentation at its stand at ISPO Munich, scheduled to take place from 28-30 November 2023, Joor will also engage in discussions on topics within the context of the Future Lab at ISPO Munich 2023.

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