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EHF Business Report released as 2018 draws to a close


EHF Business Report released as 2018 draws to a close

As 2018 draws to a close, the European Handball Federation and its daughter company, EHF Marketing GmbH, have released the latest edition of the EHF Business Report.

The report covers the vast range of activities and events that took place throughout 2018 including two EHF EUROs in Croatia and France and the EHF Congress in Glasgow in June.

Key decisions were also reached during the course of the year, which are set to shape the future of the sport over the next decade and beyond.
In May, the EHF and EHF Marketing signed the biggest media and marketing agreement in the history of the sport with Infront and DAZN Group, two of the leading companies on the international sports market.

At its meeting in December on the fringes of the Women’s EHF EURO, the EHF Executive Committee also agreed to changes to the club competition system from 2020, a restructured calendar and a new ‘appointment to view’ approach to match scheduling from 2020/21.

All this, and more, from competitions to coaching and sponsorship case studies to technology developments can be found in the report at:

Initially released in a digital format, the EHF Business Report will also be made available in a print version in early 2019.

Previous editions from 2017, 2016 and 2015 are also still online and available to view.

The EHF would also like to take this opportunity to wish the whole of the European and international handball family a very happy holidays, a Merry Christmas and all the very best for the New Year 2019!

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