‘Looking ahead: What preferred exit strategy for the sports sector in the aftermath of Covd-19?’ takes place on 25 June at 2pm BST. Register now.

Following a very successful launch, ESSNA delivers its second virtual event, as part of the ESSNA webinar series, on Thursday 25 June at 2pm BST / 3pm CET, with the second episode looking at on the preferred exit strategy for the sports nutrition sector and the whole sport industry in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The line-up for the second episode includes Yves Le Lostecque, Head of the Sport Unit, European Commission, Jérôme Pero, Secretary General of the Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry (FESI) and Luca Bucchini, ESSNA Vice-Chair and Managing Director of Hylobathes Consulting. The expert panel of speakers will discuss the challenges the wider sport industry has been facing as a result of the coronavirus outbreak and the measures that have been put in place for the recovery phase, as well as looking at various recommendations for the recovery of the sector and exploring how to move towards a safe reopening of all sports activities.

ESSNA launched a series of webinars on topics relevant for the sports nutrition industry in the context of COVID-19. Episode 3 of this series will take place in mid-July. Stay tuned for more details and do get in touch if you would like to contribute.

With approximately 50 companies from across Europe, the European Specialist Sports Nutrition Alliance (ESSNA) acts as a forum for discussion and a vehicle for action for the sports nutrition sector by working closely with legislators, regulators and enforcement bodies to ensure that the sports nutrition products are safe, effective, easily available and transparent. ESSNA monitors the industry, reporting irresponsible companies that flout EU law and may put consumers at potential risk from dangerous products, and works to better educate the public on the responsible and safe approaches to sports nutrition.

‘Looking ahead: What preferred exit strategy for the sports sector in the aftermath of Covd-19?’ takes place on 25 June at 2pm BST. Register now.