EuropeActive warms up for the third edition of #BEACTIVE DAY

EuropeActive has geared up for the long-awaited third edition of #BEACTIVE DAY, the European campaign that celebrates the fun of physical activity and that promote active lifestyles. EuropeActive hosted a virtual workshop on Tuesday 23 May, following which the campaign is now in full swing. Over 17 national associations have already began planning campaigns in their respective countries, all of which will contribute to showcasing the fitness sector’s role.

#BEACTIVE DAY 2023 project partners gather in Budapest

Last week, on 27th and 28th  April, #BEACTIVE DAY 2023 project partners met in Budapest for a 2-day campaign workshop. The meeting provided an opportunity to review the objectives, timeline, key deliverables and events for the upcoming months.

Leaders from around the world gather for World Active

Last week on 13-14 April, representatives from more than 40 organisations from across the globe involved in promoting physical activity gathered in Cologne for the first World Active Summit. The two-day event offered an opportunity to elect World Active’s leadership, foster interaction with industry leaders, as well as present the progress achieved since the launch of the global platform last June.

First ever Central and Eastern European Health and Fitness Summit takes place in Prague

On Wednesday 2 November, over 70 representatives from 15 different countries came together in Prague for the inaugural Central and Eastern European Health and Fitness Summit, organised by the Czech Fitness Chambers in collaboration with EuropeActive.   
The welcoming remarks of Jana Havrdová, president of the Czech Chamber of Fitness, where followed by some introductory words from Andreas Paulsen, EuropeActive’s executive director, who subsequently presented EuropeActive's

The #BEACTIVE DAY campaign is heating up across Europe

On 7 July and 9 July, two more #BEACTIVE DAY  National Stakeholder Seminars were held in Slovenia and Bulgaria. The two events, which gathered participants involved in the fitness and physical activity sector, were coordinated by EuropeActive’s national association partners in the respective countries, namely Section for Fitness, Recreation and Regeneration and the Bulgarian Association of Health and Fitness.

EFAF brought together EuropeActive's growing network of national associations to build the future of fitness

EuropeActive hosted its 2021 European Fitness Associations Forum (EFAF) on Thursday 4th November in Cologne, Germany. The hybrid event included national associations representatives joining on-site and virtually to discuss how to professionalise the sector through standards, how to create a better fiscal environment for our sector, the importance of data collection through the European DataHub project and other key issues affecting their daily work.