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‘On a scale of 1-10’… where should your business sit?

‘On a scale of 1-10’… where should your business sit?

Author: Jasmine Waters
17 April 2019

This week, we’re back to a classic Anton Dell conversation – the basic foundations of making your fashion business ‘successful’. Often a brand is focused on when they are taking their first steps or when they have made the big time, and very little focus is ever on those crucial st...

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Standard search case study: Zaket & Plover

Standard search case study: Zaket & Plover

Author: Mariana Girardi
18 March 2019

ABOUT THE BRAND Zaket & Plover is an Australian womenswear brand offering luxury knitwear. THE SEARCH PROJECT RESULT In 2018 Zaket & Plover actioned their expansion plan to find agents in both Europe and North America simultaneously using our agent search service, starting with USA...

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Standard search case study: Orientique Australia

Standard search case study: Orientique Australia

Author: Mariana Girardi
10 March 2019

Orientique Australia is an old friend of the Anton Dell team!  Since 2017 we have been helping Orientique to explore the European market for the best sales representation for their brand. Italy, UK, Ireland, Germany, Benelux, France, Spain, Portugal and a European wide search broug...

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Does One Size Really Fit All?

Does One Size Really Fit All?

Author: Jasmine Waters
6 December 2018

As another year draws to a close, you don’t have to look hard to find how much of an influence technology has been in the fashion industry throughout 2018. Although fashion is a notoriously slow-burner for picking tech up and running with it, many areas have started to feel the ben...

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The 411 for the New Generation

The 411 for the New Generation

Author: Jasmine Waters
14 November 2018

As far as ‘buzz terms’ go, ones relating to the younger demographics are well worn out. We are always hearing about millennials and their avocado toast, but the spotlight is also now shining on Generation Z. As the new upcoming wave of consumer, how will these new generations affec...

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Shop the Top of the Pops

Shop the Top of the Pops

Author: Jasmine Waters
18 October 2018

Time and time again the question of how the overall shopping experience can be made more current and enticing has come into play within the fashion industry. With fewer consumers opting for physical stores and a more conventional form of shopping, could pop-up stores be a way to br...

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5 Tips To Increase the Gross Profit Margin of Your Brand

5 Tips To Increase the Gross Profit Margin of Your Brand

Author: Maria Pesin
3 October 2018

First let me tell you what a gross profit margin is. A gross profit margin is the difference between COGS (costs of goods sold) and the net sales of your product. This is an important metric for your business as this will have a direct impact on your bottom line profitability. That...

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The Evolution of Socks: Everyday Item into Men’s “It” Accessories

The Evolution of Socks: Everyday Item into Men’s “It” Accessories

Author: Anton Dell
17 September 2018

With more and more males purchasing socks for the purposes of fashion, the market is truly expanding. Malkiel Berry, PR Director, Happy Socks says, “You have the cool sneaker or skater kid, but there are also a lot of people who wear suits at work and the only part they can actuall...

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Launch Your Collection Into the Global Market

Launch Your Collection Into the Global Market

Author: Lucia Stansbie
14 September 2018

Last week, we jetted off to Addis Ababa to attend our second annual Africa Fashion Business Summit in a row. Our very own Premium Search Manager Lucia Stansbie was the keynote speaker, delivering her talk on "The Top 10 Tips to Launch Your Fashion Collection Into World Markets”. He...

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What the little emperor wants, the little emperor gets

What the little emperor wants, the little emperor gets

Author: Anton Dell
16 August 2018

Parents are actively  spending  more  and  more  on  garments  for  their little  darlings. Used  to  describe  Chinese  households  who spend  heavily on their  children, ‘Little Emperor syndrome’ is  incredibly  relative  to  todays  spending  habits. There  are  a number of  rea...

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