The European Confederation of the Footwear Industry (CEC), which represents 87% of footwear producers from the Old Continent, signed an exclusive agreement with SECOO, which will allow the e-commerce platform of this Chinese luxury online retailer to directly sell the collections of top-end footwear brands coming from more than 10 European countries, including Italy, France, Spain, and England.
Reorganization with a focus on Italy for the luxury footwear brand
Novarlux Italia srl, the company which has overtaken the shoe factory Luciano Padovan in 2015, opened their first flagship store in Corso Venezia 21 presenting the new collection Padovan Milano.
The strategy of the new ownership, most of them Swedish investors guided by Mr. Michael Olsson, is to launch a new designer shoe and accessory line, which will guide the future direction
Freshness and ventilation with the new device
The Marches brand considered one of the leading Made in Italy realities since 1885, continues with its plan for international expansion, opening its first Korean boutique in Busan, South Korea’s Lotte department store, in a move that will kick off a series of initiatives in the territory of South East Asia.
With twenty years of activity behind it, the Moscow event for footwear, leather, accessories, and components celebrates this important milestone with yet another successful edition.
After ending 2018 with a turnover of 30 million euros (70% of which was generated in Italy), the Marches group specialised in the production of footwear sets itself the ambitious goal of increasing its turnover to 50 million euros.
After experiencing a growth trend of +10% for six consecutive years, along with a +17% rise in the profitability index over the last three years, Scarpa ends 2018 with 100 million euros in consolidated revenue and aims to arrive at an annual revenue of 150 million euros over the next five years.
Conquering Europe from Milan, the brand of stars and stripes gym shoes, Pony, which is an acronym for Product of New York, opens a store in the historic Brera neighbourhood in via Ponte Vetero 15.
In March, Luis Onofre took office as the new President of the CEC-European Confederation of the Footwear Industry.
Febos, the company from Asolo specialised in the production and distribution of footwear, ended 2018 with a 20-million-euro turnover and aims to arrive at 30 million euros by the end of 2021.