+++ ZyroFisher, a U.K.-based distributor of sports and lifestyle brands, has relaunched its website, focusing on the services that are offered to brand partners and retailer network, as well as giving prospective employees an insight into the different areas of the business. +++



+++ The full ownership of Missouri-based Table Rock Bait Company, which trades as Chompers, has been transferred by Ed Larson, the former owner, who will remain with Chompers as a consultant, to Aaron Click and Jarrod Neef

+++ Ciclosport, the German specialist for e-bike system components, navigation, training computers and smart helmets, continues to expand and has moved into new headquarters in Krailling near Munich with enough space of over 1,000 sqm for new employees, modern R&D offices and in-house laboratories +++



+++ Pon Bike has appointed Pablo Villa, previously at Mondraker, as head of its Focus brand for the Spanish market

+++ According to Drapers, U.K.-based online fashion retailer Asos has appointed Tim Phipps, previously with Nike for nine years, most recently as senior business director for NBHD and SNKRS, as its sportswear and outdoor director

+++ U.S. mountain lifestyle brand Stio hired Alex Brown, most recently VP of sales at Merrell across the brand’s wholesale channels, as VP of sales, a new position created to lead the strategy and development of its wholesale and corporate channels

+++ British fly fishing retailer Farlows has hired Lucy Bowden, previously at Pure Fishing U.K. and J. Barbour & Sons, as marketing executive

+++ TronixFishing has appointed Karl Murphy as area sales manager for the North of England +++



+++ Swedish outdoor clothing brand Tenson, established in 1951, is The Transformational Travel Council’s new official outdoor apparel and gear partner as well as a supporting partner for the council’s upcoming Trancend ’22 event in Slovenia and the event’s raffle donor

+++ Dover-based outdoor gear company Nemo has been named one of the best places to work in New Hampshire, USA, by Business NH Magazine

+++ K-Way, a brand of Turin-based BasicNet, is set to introduce a collection co-designed with Seoul-based label Lost Management Cities (LMC), which will include a windbreaker jacket and an anorak

+++ At the Kind + Jugend trade show in Cologne, Germany, Thule presented several products for next season, such as an innovative air purification solution for the Thule Shine stroller, an update of the entire child bike seat portfolio and Smidiga30, the brand’s concept for a battery-powered bike trailer that utilizes the latest in e-bike technology +++


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