Leave No Trace will lead a meaningful panel discussion around what it means to partner with non-profits, why these partnerships are integral to the brand and non-profit, and how your company can start the path towards these partnerships.
A global sports brand that is celebrating 75 years of success, Jonathan Levitt will lead a discussion with a group of premiere PUMA Track & Field/Road Running Athletes who carry on the legacy of the brand in their victories on the track and roads.
As the old saying goes, “if it’s not on Strava, it didn’t happen!” But harnessing Strava’s highly engaged community and turning them into real, in-store customers or event participants can feel daunting. In this hands-on session, we’ll facilitate a discussion with industry leaders who have built powerful communities on Strava—and most importantly, turned them into […]
We are all constantly hearing about the importance of building community – as individuals, to impact community, and as businesses. What we miss out on is the “how.” On and the RIDC have partnered to bring you “The power of community,” a candid conversation on how we can all show up to drive participation, inclusion, […]
It’s Bigger Than Running. Cara Cross from Gazelle Sports sits down with WeRun313 Founders Lance Woods and Joe Robinson in a panel discussion moderated by ASICS to talk through how one running club fosters community, connection, inclusivity and empowerment for its members. Connect. Run. Build. Three simple words have guided Woods and Robinson to champion […]
Join us for an insightful discussion from organizational and athlete perspectives as we share what it takes to go beyond a one time opportunity, creating meaningful relationships rooted in reciprocity and spaces where we see ourselves. We will also share how to engage with Brands and Companies to create safe, inclusive, diverse spaces, where athletes […]
Session presented by the American Trail Running Association A panel of running camp leaders, race directors, and shop owners will address their efforts to introduce and promote trail running to future audiences who will help the sport to flourish in years and decades to come. Key Takeaways: