Issue no. 10 Reitsport BRANCHE 2019 is published!

 

Issue Reitsport BRANCHE no. 10/19 - Topics

 

 

 Advertorial

Schockemöhle Sports – Jupiter and Sturdust Frost now available in a new colour

 

News

RB exclusive survey: Specialist retailers – card payment dominates  - IN-Team: presenting Marco Haferkamp (Lantmännen KRAFFT AB) – 5 questions for … Janet Egbers – Textile alliance: More transparency than ever before - News briefs and much more

 

Special: Studs, grip, etc

No slipping and sliding, please!

 

spoga horse review

-         Koelmesse’s official final report

-         Spring fair to become “Fashion Days” - why is that?

-         RB commentary: BSI showing shades of the British House of Commons

-         News from the international exhibitors in Cologne

 

Trends

Bright prospects: new & proven products

 

Trade fairs and exhibitions

The most important equestrian fairs from September to November 2019

 

Branchen-Visit

Companies at a glance

 

 

 

 

 

ENDORSEMENTS


Georg Ettwig,

Head of Marketing and Communication at the German Equestrian Federation (FN):

 

“The horse plays an important role in our society – be it as a partner for sports and leisure, a teacher and educator for our children or as our four-legged friend. At the same time, the horse plays an economic role not to be underestimated. The new magazine Reitsport BRANCHE demonstrates just how comprehensive, versatile and exciting the equestrian sector really is. We wish you a good start and lots of success.” Foto: FN-Archiv


Isabell Werth,

Five-time Olympic Dressage Champion

 

“Professionalism and quality play a decisive role in dressage sports. I am delighted that, with Reitsport BRANCHE, a new magazine with these qualifactions is going to support the equestrian trade and manufacturers. Good luck!”


Stefan Schwanbeck,

Managing Director USG United Sportsproducts Germany

 

“USG hopes for a fresh and dynamic trade magazine with a finger on the pulse of the times, and reviews interesting and topical issues in a competent way. We wish Reitsport BRANCHE and its founder Michael Meenen good luck and all the best!”