EPSI is a membership-based networking organisation within Europe that focuses on innovation in the areas of physical activity related to sport, leisure and health. EPSI strives for a more innovation-friendly environment for the EU sports industry, in order to stimulate technological innovation and to set up businesses with a focus on innovative technology
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EPSI identified a list of research and innovation priorities to be addressed through projects to support a continuous massive adoption of healthier lifestyle through sport practice.
EPSI has developed the so-called Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) for the period 2016-2021, as a result of a strong cooperation and thorough consultation amongst its members.
EPSI provides several advantages to our Members. Discover our affiliated partners coming from all around Europe.
HOUSE OF SPORT
Our House of Sport in Brussels is EPSI heart. Located near the European Commission, is at our members’ disposal
ClusSport is one of the Industrial Modernisation thematic partnerships, supported by DG Regio and DG GROW.
EPSI LATEST NEWS
EPSI received at the House of Sport in Brussels the appreciated visit of Mr. Albert Salarich, President of Sant Cugat Creix, Catalan non-for-profit association and partner of SCORES
EPSI Executive Director Alberto Bichi and ACES Europe Secretary General Hugo Alonso meet Yves le Lostecque (Head of Sport Unit) e Marisa Fernandez Esteban (Deputy Head of Sport Unit).
EPSI, as partner of the European Commission for the European Week of Sport, is going to take part to the event in Sintra (Portugal)
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Sport has been gaining prominence in recent years. Not only is sport being promoted as beneficial to both health and social relationships, its economic significance is also growing. Sport incorporates many industrial sectors and services and is a growing area for companies of all sizes. The European sports market is large: in 2001 it generated 37 billion euros in turnover on sports products and equipment alone. As a relatively new sector, sport is generally regarded as being an early adopter of new ideas and innovations.