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Stories tagged ‘GOLF EUROPE’

Friday, September 10th, 2010

Extensive Seminar Program at GOLF EUROPE 2010

In ‘The Learning Zone’ by The PGAs of Europe high calibre golf industry members will offer brief presentations on marketing and sales strategies as a special type of ‘speed training’. The GOLF EUROPE Product Awards are now into their fourth year the full story »

Friday, August 6th, 2010

Upwards Trend For Golf Market in Continental Europe

New statistics from the European Golf Association show rising popularity for the sport so while the downturn in the British Isles continues there is a strong rise in the markets on the European Continent the full story »

Friday, July 30th, 2010

Europe’s Largest Golf Trade Event Shows Annual Gains

With close to 5,000 square meters of net exhibit space reserved at GOLF EUROPE 2010, bookings are 5% ahead compared to the same period last year the full story »

Friday, July 9th, 2010

Fast Track to Success for PGA Pros at Munich Show

PGA Professionals attending Golf Europe 2010, Europe’s biggest trade-only golf exhibition, in Munich from September 26-28, are being invited to take the ‘Fast Track to Success’ the full story »

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

Munich’s Golf Europe 2010 is a Must

With 220 exhibitors from all over the world, ‘The Hole-in-One’ Exhibition takes place again at the MOC in Munich from 26-28 September 2010 the full story »

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

GOLF EUROPE 2010: Anticipates Increased Number of Exhibitors

Six months in advance of the opening of GOLF EUROPE the event already boasts a 40% increase in registrations the full story »

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

GolfBuddy GPS enjoys success at Golf Europe Show

Sharing a stand at the show with its German distributor, GolfBuddy concluded an agreement to become the 2010 preferred golf GPS rangefinder for G6 golf retail group the full story »

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

Golf Europe Success for CaddyAid Mobile GPS

CaddyAid Mobile brings first time GPS readouts to people’s ordinary phones with unlimited course downloads included for the retail price of £49.99 the full story »

Thursday, October 8th, 2009

BGIA British Exhibitor Group reports successful show

All of the exhibitors within the UK Pavilion at Golf Europe 2009 Show were delighted with the quality of the visitors and contacts made the full story »

Golf Europe Suggests Better Year in 2010

‘Nobody is complaining any longer…’ is one of the headlines in the October edition of ‘Working Together’ the monthly e-newsletter from the PGAs of Europe which can now be viewed via GBN the full story »

Thursday, September 24th, 2009

Premier Licensing to exhibit at Golf Europe

The number one supplier of licensed golf accessories in Europe will be attending Golf Europe 2009 the full story »

Friday, January 5th, 2001

Callaway Golf Europe acquires Southern European distributor

Callaway Golf Europe, a subsidiary of Callaway Golf Company announced today that it has acquired Green Fee, the former distributor of Callaway and Odyssey Golf products in Spain, Italy and Portugal

Tuesday, October 10th, 2000

Golfexpo manager denies cancellation rumour

In an exclusive interview with Golf Business, Renà© Bros, the Exhibition Manager for Golfexpo 2000, denies the stories which swept through the exhibition halls at Golf Europe in Munich, re-named “rumour city” by one exasperated industry insider, and repeats the promise that the NEC Group and Centre Exhibitions have made a 10-year commitment to the Golf Industry and to Golfexpo in particular

Friday, October 6th, 2000

Munich claims position as key trade fair for golf in Europe

Golf Europe 2000, the 8th International Trade Fair for Golf, ended on 26th September with the organisers, Messe Munchen GmbH, claiming that buyers from more countries than ever had visited the show. The event has now outgrown the MOC’s capacity and will move to the New Munich Trade Fair Centre in 2002

Wednesday, September 20th, 2000

Callaway Golf Europe announces 2001 product introduction strategy

A private viewing in Marbella and a series of stock rooms around Europe are designed to involve all customers at a much earlier stage than usual

Friday, September 1st, 2000

Golf Europe seminar programme

The speakers for the PGA of Europe lectures in Munich have just been announced

Friday, July 21st, 2000

Callaway Golf Europe pulls out of Golf Europe 2000

Callaway Golf Europe Ltd, a subsidiary of Callaway Golf Company, announced this afternoon that it has decided not to participate at this year’s Golf Europe 2000

Wednesday, June 28th, 2000

Increased international participation in Golf Europe 2000

Exhibitors from 22 countries will be represented at Golf Europe 2000 in September, which will once again be held at the MOC in Munich. Last year, 3,826 visitors from 45 countries attended this event which, unlike some other shows held in Germany is exclusively business-to-business

Friday, June 23rd, 2000

James Curleigh to run Taylor Made-adidas Golf in UK and Ireland

Scott Lucas, general manager of Taylor Made-adidas Golf UK & Ireland, has left the company for personal reasons. As a result, James Curleigh – managing director of Taylor Made-adidas Golf Europe, has assumed responsibility for the business in the UK and Ireland

Friday, June 16th, 2000

Patrice Hutin is new MD of Callaway Golf Europe Ltd

Callaway Golf Company has announced the appointment of Patrice Hutin as the new Managing Director of the Company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Callaway Golf Europe Ltd. The appointment is effective immediately

Tuesday, May 9th, 2000

Taylor Made-adidas Golf reports record first quarter for 2000

Taylor Made-adidas Golf has reported its first quarter 2000 earnings with record results: Euros 125 million in total world wide sales which is a 41% increase compared to the same period last year. The company’s metal wood category grew by 17%

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2000

EGIA are Munich bound!

For the fourth consecutive year the European Golf Industry Association (EGIA) is co-ordinating the UK group at Golf Europe in Munich from 24th-26th September

Tuesday, January 18th, 2000

Callaway say ‘No‘ to NEC show

The GolfExpo trade exhibition at the NEC from November 2-5 is already facing an uphill battle to persuade the industry’s leading manufacturers to attend. Callaway, possibly the highest-profile name in the golf equipment business, have already gone on the record as saying that they won’t be in Birmingham for the first major show in Britain…read the full story