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Social Responsibility

Social Responsibility

As a global sports retailer, taking responsibility for our society and environment is a key part of the corporate philosophy of SPORT 2000 International. Every contribution to the sustainable development of sports retail counts. That is why our business activities always take environmental and social factors into consideration. Our membership of a range of associations and organizations supports us and keeps us on the right path.


World Federation of Sporting Goods Industry

The World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry (WFSGI) is the world authoritative body for the sports industry officially recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as the industry representative within the Olympic Family. The WFSGI is an independent association with no objective of economic character for its own gain and formed by sports and sports-inspired leisure brands, manufacturers, suppliers, retailers, national/regional federations, industry and trade associations and all sporting goods industry related businesses. As part of the FIFA Quality Programme the WFSGI Pledge shall ascertain that the global production of FIFA licensed products are manufactured in compliance with globally recognized labour principles and without the involvement of child labour.



Trade with purpose

Amfori is the leading global business association for open and sustainable trade. They bring together over 2,000 retailers, importers, brands and associations from more than 40 countries. Their mission is to enable each of their members to enhance human prosperity, use natural resources responsibly and drive open trade globally.


amfori BSCI

Amfori BSCI is a brand of amfori created for improving social performance in global supply chains. Their strong code of conduct has 11 principles that support their members. These range from fair remuneration to no child labour, along with a step-by-step approach that enables companies to monitor, engage, get empowered and receive support to put sustainable trade at the heart of their business.



Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals

REACH is a European Union regulation dating from 18 December 2006. REACH addresses the production and use of chemical substances, and their potential impacts on both human health and the environment.

It is the strictest law to date and the most important regulating chemical substances and affects industries throughout the world. The regulation also established the European Chemicals Agency which manages the technical, scientific and administrative aspects of REACH.