Report Day
The Final Report for the 6th Edition of World Snow Day has arrived

Each year after World Snow Day, Event Organisers and FIS coordinate to gather all the data from the global event. The culmination of this data is presented in the World Snow Day final report, which is now available.

Inside the report readers will find feedback from not only event Organisers but also event participants. Some key findings include; 96% of 2017 World Snow Day Organisers intend staging an event in 2018, the most popular activity during World Snow Day was free gifts and prizes and of those participants who did not attend events the key reason was not early enough communication.

The intention of statistics such as this and many more is to help Organisers build their events and for the snow sports industry to have a further insight into the future participants of snow sports. FIS therefore encourages everyone to share the report on their websites and social media.

For more report from the events hit the link below:

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