Description About This Posting: Fashion Distribution Company
This is not your typical fashion distribution business opportunity for a distinct line of children's clothing! Started in 2006, a strong up and coming Premium Brand of children's clothing, designed and Made-in-U.S.A, being sold throughout the U.S. was not able to satisfy the demand for this exploding brand. International sales boomed and continued to expand year to year with showrooms in Australia, New Zealand, UK, Japan, S. Korea, Canada, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Switzerland, Middle East and in China where over 100 branded retail stores were established and expanding. Revenue exceeded US$700K In 2013. Licensing and trademark issues and disputes in China derailed the company's business plan. This setback, along with a lack of focus on sales, was compounded by the companies' heavy investment in promoting their exclusive designer label with over US$10 million spent on marketing and advertising through 2014.
Rather than reinvent the wheel, why not gain immediate U.S. regional or national sales channels in the U.S. with a trademarked established fashion label, and an existing product line, at a fraction of the startup cost? Ramp up online e-commerce direct to consumer via Facebook by capitalizing on the existing Fan Page with over 25,000 U.S. based customers/followers. Internationally, re-activate former wholesale showrooms in Australia, New Zealand, UK, Japan, S. Korea, Canada, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Switzerland, Middle East and China (with some limitations).
Ideal opportunity for a manufacturer, distributor or mail order house wishing to enter the U.S. market or to expand their product line, or for an individual that wishes to market this unique product line on its own. This brand is associated with a type of design which carries more weight than other labels, more colorful brighter colors, more luscious patterns, comfortable fabrics and reversible. As part of this purchase the owners will provide the necessary guidance and consultation to assist the new buyer in this transition. Total market size = $600 million in N. America, and $15 billion in China.
To get more information about this Fashion Distribution Company business for sale in
Los Angeles County please phone Phil Wolfstein (Broker - BRE License #:01233722) at 310-663-2180 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
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Fashion Distribution Company, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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