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Is Science in Sport good value at last?

09/07/2020 · Science in Sport (SIS) 

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Throw enough money at advertising and promotion and sales are bound to grow. Profitable growth on the other hand is much harder to achieve, as Science in Sport demonstrates


Science in Sport (LON:SIS) is a popular, premium performance sports nutrition company. It manufactures and markets nutrition products for passionate sportsmen (like Adam Peaty – he’s pretty keen) and gym enthusiasts (like that unnervingly bulky eighty-year-old who lives down the road) in over 80 international markets, in two leading brands: SiS and PhD.

History

SIS was founded in 1992 and is headquartered in Hatton Garden, London with a manufacturing facility is in Nelson, Lancashire.

SiS is a strong…

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