"Cooperation and knowledge sharing will allow us to grow"
1 September 2012Markets
Before the new sales season starts, Kenneth Loberg paid a special visit to the Tianjin-based YINGDAK. It was a confidence building trip that will allow Kopenhagen Fur to increase its presence in the booming Chinese market.
Fur retail season is ready to kick off once again in the north of China. In fact, one can even feel that competition is heating up with surging demand for upgrading instore design, product, services, etc. In this case, Kenneth Loberg's visit to Tianjin YINGDAK on the 16th of August, 2012, was very fruitful to grasp the latest development on the fur retail sector in China.
With an excellent yet hardearned reputation as the leader in North China's leather & fur garments sector, YINGDAK has been committed to laying a solid foundation for China's fashion industry and its robust development for a long time. Over the years, YINGDAK has also faced fierce competition from its rivals and is now seeking international cooperation for maintaining the highspeed of development. As the world's largest fur auction house and the leading provider of luxury fur, Kopenhagen Fur already is an important partner of YINGDAK under the Kopenhagen Fur Certified Boutique Program.
After an exchange of views with current fur fashion development, opportunities and challenges in China and on the global scene, Kenneth points out that Kopenhagen Fur has good faith in the Chinese market.
- Knowledge sharing and co-operation is key values to Kopenhagen Fur, and we will bring these values with us into all our commitments. We will promote this among the Chinese retailers and manufacturers through various project initiatives. Kopenhagen Fur hopes to strengthen the Chinese fur industry through effective knowledge transfer and extensive co-operations, says Kenneth Loberg.