About

“Bringing together companies, clubs and individuals with business interests in tennis”

The Tennis Industry Association UK (TIA UK) was formed in 1998 as the official not-for-profit trade body for the UK tennis industry. Our main objectives are:

  • To help grow the UK tennis economy and provide support to TIA UK members
  • To provide a platform for networking through targeted events
  • To promote innovation
  • To work with key partners that aim to increase participation in British Tennis
  • To provide industry news to help members be better informed

Our members range from major equipment brands to independent companies working in the tennis industry. Our membership reflects the wide diversity of activity within the tennis economy, from building tennis courts, supplying rackets, balls, apparel and shoes, operating clubs and venues, delivering on-court activity, providing court and training equipment, selling tennis-related gifts and books, delivering research into tennis, offering project consultancy and technical advice, website design and marketing solutions and promoting new technology and innovation to drive and improve the sport of tennis. 

Our key activities include:

  • Representing the UK tennis industry     
  • Promoting member products and services
  • Profiling innovation     
  • Delivering our annual ‘Business of Tennis’ Forum
  • Collating and marketing an Industry Database
  • Growing industry intelligence
  • Developing working relationships with relevant organisations

Our interest relates to all areas involved in the ‘Business of Tennis’ and our Partner Members include The Lawn Tennis Association and The All England Club, together with Wilson, the Chiltern Group, Bridome, E.T.C Sports Surfaces, J.B. Corrie & Co Ltd and TigerTurf. We also have a family of Professional Business Service Partners offering advice and resources to our members in a range of critical business-operational and improvement areas.

The TIA UK’s 5-year strategy (2017-2021) can be found here

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