Nikes is coming into Europe.
We are in talks with several European retailers to launch Nike+ on their retail stores in 2017.
“Nike+ will launch in Europe in 2017 with more stores to follow in 2018 and 2019,” a company representative told The Verge.
The announcement came as Nike announced a new partnership with the European Commission, which is set to launch a new initiative aimed at supporting European businesses and industries.
The partnership will allow retailers to offer Nike+ in their retail outlets, and will also allow the agency to offer discounts on footwear for consumers in Europe.
The partnership with European Commission will allow brands to sell their products to customers in Europe through the agency, where they can earn a commission for every sale.
This will be used to fund their development and development of their own brands.
“Nidas wants to be a partner in Europe’s success, and our partnership with Europe will allow us to do just that,” Nike’s CEO told reporters at the company’s European headquarters in Paris.
Nike also said it will invest €3 billion in European startups and in European cities to boost entrepreneurship.
Nike has long been a strong proponent of the European project, with the agency providing the company with support to its global operations, and funding in the billions of euros.
In January, the company announced a $3.5 billion partnership with U.K.-based startup J. Crew.