How to ski, board and ski in the next 5 years
By 2018, the global ski industry is expected to grow by over 80%.
Skiing is a booming industry, and the latest figures from the International Ski Federation (ISF) show that the sport is seeing an increase in popularity.
The ISF, which tracks the sport worldwide, recently released a report called “The Next Five Years,” which predicted that the ski industry would reach a total annual revenue of US$15.8 billion by 2019.
According to the report, the industry has grown by around 7% per year for the past decade.
While it is likely that this figure is lower than what the ISF projects for the next five years, the ISC did release a report last month that projected that by 2021, the number of ski resorts would be around 30 million.
That’s a huge increase from what the industry saw in 2018, when the number was around 10 million.
The jump in popularity is due to many factors, including the proliferation of social media, the fact that ski resorts are now able to operate in remote areas and the introduction of new products like ski boarding schools.
The industry is also starting to get more attention in terms of the media attention it receives.
There were nearly 1,000 publications devoted to skiing in 2018.
This year, there are more than 2,000 such publications, according to the ISFC.
The ISF hopes that by 2022, the media coverage will increase by 50%.
While the ski boarding industry is still in its early stages, it is still one of the fastest growing industries in the world.
It was worth mentioning that the ISSF predicted that by 2024, the ski area would have reached an annual revenue that would be $6.4 billion.
In 2024, that number was projected to be $9.6 billion.