MARCH 2017

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MARCH 2017

AMAZING JEWELRY SEARCHING FOR MASTER FRANCHISE PARTNERS IN ASIA

Amazing Jewelry has chosen AsiaCorp as their exclusive match-making partner for securing Master Franchise partners throughout Asia.

Amazing Jewelry is a successful Danish company, founded by the former ex-founder of Pandora Central Western Europe, a part of the Pandora group.

– “Value for money” has been the mantra for consumer sales over the past decade, but for some reason jewelry has not been affected by this trend. Until now! The mission of Amazing is to move the value to the customer by making cool, trendy and unique jewelry designs in Sterling Silver and solid Gold available at prices 50, 60, 70 percent lower than in the branded stores!

The disruptive business model of Amazing jewelry, is changing the affordable jewelry industry. The company is aiming to become the ZARA or H&M of the Jewelry industry.

By the end of 2017 there is going to be more than 100 Amazing Jewelry stores worldwide, the company aims to have no less than 2,000 stores by the end of 2020.

 

 

 

HUMMEL APPOINTS ASIACORP TO FIND LICENSE PARTNERS IN CHINA.  

AsiaCorp has worked as consultants and “matchmakers” for hummel for the last three years. hummel is now ready for the Chinese market, and AsiaCorp is signed up for securing expansion for hummel into China, by finding a license partner for one of the largest sports markets in the world.

Since 1923 hummel has been gifted with a visual label, recognizable even from a distance. Matched with happy colors and an eye for trend and fashion gives hummel the ever notorious statement. hummel is already very successfully operating in Japan and South Korea, and has now decided to take a major footprint into the Chinese marked.

JBS LOOKING TO EXPAND THEIR CR7 BUSINESS IN JAPAN

CR7 Underwear and socks is a modern international fashion appeal to boys and men all over the world. Creating trends based on high quality production by Danish JBS Textile Group, the designs are made to meet the high expectations of their customers. Working with quality materials and many years of experience of producing underwear, the CR7 collection delivers a perfect fit.

JBS is having a great success with their CR7 brand in a range of export markets. AsiaCorp has previous helped facilitating an entry to the Indian market and JBS has now chosen AsiaCorp to secure further distribution of their CR7 underwear and socks in Japan.

 

 

CARSTENSENS TEA HOUSE ENTERING JAPAN AND KOREA THOUGH ASIACORP 

Carstensens tea house has chosen AsiaCorp as its market entry partner and adviser through the export decisions on the way to expanding their products into initially Korea and Japan.

Today Carstensens Tea house has the largest collection of teas in Scandinavia. With over 370 different teas, there are, pure teas, classic blends, own unique blends, as well as rarities from all over the world, which are hard to find anywhere else. The business is now run by third generation Jacob Carstensen, the nephew of Peter junior. He continues to manage the business by the same principles and high standards of quality that were established almost 100 years ago.

 

 

JAKOBSENS HONEY STEPPING UP IN CHINA

Jakobsens honey has chosen AsiaCorp as its market entry partner and adviser in order to secure new distributors in China and increase the already existing business in China.

Jakobsens A/S is one of Scandinavia’s leading producers of honey. The company offers a wide range of conventional, organic and Fairtrade honey, as well as agave syrup for retail, catering and industrial purposes.

Jakobsen  primarily sell their products in Scandinavia, but have recently started exporting to a long list of European countries, as well as China and the US.

Production and bottling of honey takes place under strict quality procedures, ensuring high product quality.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ASIACORP REPRESENTED AT FOODEX JAPAN 2017 – 7th TO 10th OF MARCH, IN TOKYO

This year marks a 150th anniversary for bilateral diplomatic relations between Denmark and Japan. An important year for trade and business for both Danes and Japanese business professionals.

More than 2,000 and 82,000 trade professionals participated at the FOODEX exhibition. The Japanese distributors showed a great interest in the Scandinavian products which AsiaCorp represented. It can be concluded, that there is a huge market and yet unexplored potential in Japan, not only for retail, but also within Food Service industry.

For futher information and request about presenting your brand to Japanese distributors trough AsiaCorp connections, please contact us at info@AsiaCorp.eu

 

 

UPCOMMING FOOD & BEVERAGE EXHIBITIONS IN  ASIA, WHERE ASIACORP WILL BE REPRESENTED – MAY, 2017  

SIAL – Shanghai, 17th – 19th May 2017 
SIAL China is one of the most important food-related exhibitions in mainland China. Overall more than 2,200 exhibitors from 90 countries are represented at SIAL CHINA, to present the latest food trends, beverages & quality wines. In addition, SIAL CHINA expects to welcome more than 46,000 professional visitors. The visitors are retailers, F&B managers from hotels, restaurants as well as Foodservice & Catering companies and chefs. SIAL China is one of the most recommendable F&B exhibitions in China
– http://www.sialchina.com/

HOFEX – Hong Kong, 8th – 11th May 2017
HOFEX 2017 is the largest show ever in its history with 65,000 m2 exhibiting space, providing a platform for 2,400 international exhibitors to connect with 40,000 regional buyers. In its 17th edition, HOFEX 2017 continues to blend the best of Food and Beverages, Equipment, Supplies, Services and Hospitality Technologies.
 – http://hofex.com/about/ 

AsiaCorp will be represented at these fairs – contact us for more information if we should present your product as well, to interested distributors and retailers, with whom we are meeting.  

 

 

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