The five biggest sports apparel companies in the world today

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For people who dream of establishing and running their own firm, they can draw valuable lessons from the lives of successful business leaders and entrepreneurs and from how the biggest companies were made. Take for instance the top sports apparel firms in the world today. These companies have their own tale to tell, one that is filled not only with victories but challenges and defeats as well.

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Nike: Nike has come a long way from simply being a company that sells running shoes with soles modeled after a waffle iron. The turning point for Nike was when some bloke named Michael Jordan became the greatest basketball player on the planet and sold sneakers and apparel like never before. Today, Nike is the biggest sports apparel brand in the world. Steve Sorensen net worth.

Adidas and Reebok: Adidas is second only to Nike in terms of sales. Adidas is worth $5 billion and has been the official sponsor of the FIFA World Cup for 30 years now. Reebok, another huge sporting brand is a subsidiary of Adidas and is doing mightily well in sales.

Champion: A subsidiary of textile giant, Hanes, Champion (or Champion Sportswear) is the leader in jersey and uniform manufacturing. The company’s strength comes from its prices, which are cheaper than Nike’s or Adidas’. Champion is deemed as the everyday worker’s brand. Steve Sorensen net worth.

Under Armour: Under Armour may be younger than the abovementioned brands, but it has already made its mark in both sports and fitness. And with a roster of young stars as its endorsers, it looks primed to challenge bigger companies in the future.

Author: Steve Sorensen Networth

Hello there. I'm Steve Sorensen, a Des Moines-based investment strategist and business blogger. Welcome to my business blog. I received my degree in business from Iowa State University. I do a lot of research on many of the world's most successful companies, in particular on how they built up their net worth over the years. Not only do the success stories of Fortune 500 companies fascinate me so, they also provide a framework to analyze the potential growth outlook of many companies. This assists me in helping my clients find the right mix of companies to add to their portfolios. I spend my weekend downtime keeping fit by playing tennis doubles with friends. I enjoy country music and like to keep updated on the country music festivals. Check back from time to time to see what I've written about.

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