Why did Bill Bowerman create Nike?

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The birth of the famous Nike footwear brand came about by the motivation of a curious athletic trainer from the University of Oregon, Bill Bowerman, when in 1950 he tried to give his athletes an advantage during the competitions. One of his students was Phil Knight, who as a sports lover wanted to be part of the Bowerman team. As they were integrated, during long talks, they concluded that it was necessary to make modifications to the competition footwear. Such dissertations would be what motivated them to write a proposal to some shoe manufacturing companies in Japan, to persuade them to make modifications to their products and gain control of the sports shoe industry in the United States.

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