+++ The EU-funded New Cotton Project marked an important milestone with the launch of an installation charting its progress and processes at Amsterdam’s Fashion for Good Museum

+++ Karpos and the Italian National Ski Mountaineering Team are extending their partnership for the 10th consecutive year

+++ Bianchi has introduced its first hyperbike, the Reparto Corse, a “perfectly integrated athlete-bike system,“ with the first overall frame/component platform designed entirely by Bianchi that guarantees extreme performance and speed, thanks to Air Deflector technology and an innovative aero cockpit +++



+++ U.S outdoor retailer REI Co-op has hired Mary-Farrell Tarbox, formerly regional vice president of Bed, Bath and Beyond, as VP physical stores and retail operations

+++ The Sustainable Apparel Coalition (SAC) has hired former Consumer Goods Forum communications director Lee Green as senior director of marketing and communications and Nadia York, formerly chief of staff to the British ambassador in Paris and later with Credit Lyonnais, as chief of staff +++



+++ American Outdoor Brands on Sep. 23 filed a complaint in Delaware federal court against Good Sportsman Marketing, alleging that GSM’s use of the Lead Sled®, Tackdriver® and Dead Shot® marks constitute trademark counterfeiting and trademark infringement

+++ The Professional Triathletes Organization (PTO) has announced the appointment of Chris Kermode as its new executive chairman, following the resignation of Charles Adamo, who had held the position since 2016 +++



+++ According to a LinkedIn post, Cotopaxi is closing its San Francisco store, which opened only last year, because of repeated break-ins and rampant crime in the area +++


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