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Executive Edition is a must have

Before Shop-Eat-Surf, there were two sites I paid for premium content on. One is Surfline, the other is the Wall Street Journal. One is about all things surf, the other, the best business content site in the world. Shop-eat-surf is the intersection of those two worlds. Shop-Eat-Surf provides everything from coverage of events, people, brands and trends. However, beyond the Executive Edition "wall" is more meaty analysis and interpretation of financial statements, business models and brand philosophies; why certain brands and companies are succeeding, where others aren't. The Executive Edition is a must have read if the business of surf and action sports are on your radar screen.

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Executive Edition rules

“Shop-Eat-Surf” is now officially, the first stop in the morning for industry news. Accurate reporting, no sensationalism, and just the facts. Refreshing support to an incredible industry with a very bright future. Tiffany has cemented her role in the industry....the site is thought provoking, and inspirational. Learning the stories of others is incredibly useful. Great way to connect the retail community with the wholesale and financial, instantly and nationwide. ... And the Executive Edition rules.

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Channel Islands GM on surfboard market trends

Channel Islands GM on surfboard market trends

September 10, 2013 Shelby Stanger
Scott Anderson discusses sales trends, details about the latest Channel Islands models, the challenges that trickle down from the struggling surf lifestyle market and why surfboard manufacturers must keep things fresh.
Updated: Photos and wrap from SIMA Image Awards

Updated: Photos and wrap from SIMA Image Awards

February 08, 2013 Tiffany Montgomery
A few brands continued their dominant streaks at the SIMA Image Awards last night at The Grove in Anaheim and the evening also contained some surprises. Plus, lots of photos.
Jake Burton on major brand portfolio changes

Jake Burton on major brand portfolio changes

October 23, 2012 Tiffany Montgomery
We ask Jake what it means for Burton's strategy, why Analog streetwear will go, why Burton is shutting rather than selling The Program, why it is keeping CI surfboards, more.
A visit to CI HQ and business update

A visit to CI HQ and business update

October 20, 2010 Tiffany Montgomery
I visited surfboard maker Channel Islands near Santa Barbara and talked with General Manager Scott Anderson about business trends and the company post Burton acquisition.
Jake Burton on next CEO, Olympic advice for skaters and more

Jake Burton on next CEO, Olympic advice for skaters and more

May 05, 2010 Tiffany Montgomery
Jake on assuming CEO role, if its tough to follow in his footsteps, his Olympic advice for skateboard industry, and his assessment of the Channel Island and DNA acquisitions.