During FIBO China, EuropeActive presented the Chinese version of our industry outlook study "Human Capital in the Fitness Sector".
In front of over 300 delegates at the FIBO China Conference on Friday 17 August, EuropeActive Board member Herman Rutgers presented the Chinese version of this 2018 industry study. The publication was originally launched at the European Health & Fitness Forum (EHFF), the premier networking event for the European fitness sector and pre-opening event for the FIBO International Trade Show, in Cologne, Germany in April 2018.
The aim of the study is to put the ‘people element' in management more in focus for the fitness and active leisure sector. There are chapters from expert authors and ten case studies from real life situations in fitness organisations. The study also contains many tips for club owners and managers in the sector.
EuropeActive would like to thank FIBO China, Posts and Telecom Press and sponsor of the publication Technogym for making the release of a Chinese version possible.
The publication, both English and Chinese versions,can be ordered through the EuropeActive Knowledge center.
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Photographs from the event may be found on the EuropeActive Facebook page.
Human Capital in the Fitness Sector – a new publication by EuropeActive
The aim of this study is to put the people element in management more in focus for the fitness and active leisure sector. By looking at Human Capital from different angles, the reader gets answers to questions like
- What are the dilemmas of servant leaders?
- How will the use of technology impact human capital?
- What are the key motivators for workers in the sector?
- How about skills development?
- How to ensure that human capital is future proof?
There are chapters from expert authors and ten case studies from real life situations in fitness organisations. The study also contains many tips for club owners and managers in the sector.
The publication can be ordered through the EuropeActive Knowledge center; www.europeactive.eu
This publication is the result of the support and commitment of Technogym to bring new research and evidence to our industry.