XIMIVOGUE Indonesian Market News Reported by Famous Media
With the development of the fast fashion industry and the popularity of relevant stores, fast fashion franchise brands have been more and more attractive for those who want to start their business in a short time.
As an International fast fashion franchise brand, XIMIVOGUE has entered into an increasing number of markets all over the world over the past few years. It seized a lot of opportunities to enhance its brand awareness and found a cost-effective way to meet various consumer demands.
In the year 2020, XIMIVOGUE entered the market of Indonesia and signed with an important cooperative partner there.
XIMIVOGUE in Indonesia
Up to now, XIMIVOGUE has opened 6 stores in Indonesia, with a plan to open more in the future. All of its stores in Indonesia are ideally located in famous shopping malls. There is no doubt that XIMIVOGUE will have a bright future in Indonesia and even the world in the near future.
Benefited from its global strategy, XIMIVOGUE draws attention from a wide range of world-renowned media. Its news on entering the Indonesian market was reported and reprinted by some top media, including Yahoo! Finance, Finanzen.net, Morningstar Hong Kong, AsiaOne.com, China Briefing, SuaraMerdekaSolo.com, ASEAN Briefing, Asia Biz Today, MetroBali, IT Biz News, etc.
XIMIVOGUE on Yahoo! Finance
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XIMIVOGUE on Morningstar Hong Kong
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XIMIVOGUE on Asia One
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