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Manufacturing and Retail

Edmund Hillary

Status: Funded

Aug 19th 2019 - Oct 8th 2019

The Edmund Hillary Collection is a pretty and iconic series of lifestyle apparels that supports Himalayan communities and outdoor education. Since 2018, the company has a global appeal with customers from the UK, US and New Zealand through the e-commerce site. The company has launched its first store in Queenstown, NZ in February 2019. Moreover, it has acquired a partnership with a Chinese e-commerce distribution company and, the store will launch on September 2019. The investment will be used to grow a global presence, launch a womenswear range and grow sales in China for the 2022 winter Olympics.

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