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Lithuanian secondhand clothing marketplace Vinted launched in Italy

Lithuanian secondhand clothing marketplace Vinted launched in Italy

09.12.2020

Europe's largest secondhand clothing and accessory marketplace Vinted has launched in Italy. The company says the country's residents can use its app as of last week, informs LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: EU – Baltic States, Good for Business, Lithuania, Markets and Companies, Technology, Textile



Baltic, Nordic countries hold potential to promote textile circulation

Baltic, Nordic countries hold potential to promote textile circulation

24.09.2020

A recent study by Scandinavian and Baltic researchers shows that the Baltic states have great potential to create a circular textile system in cooperation with the Nordic countries, but that many important steps need to be taken by policymakers and stakeholders to realize this, informs LETA/BNS.

Silvano to pay no dividend for 2019

Silvano to pay no dividend for 2019

08.06.2020

The management board and the supervisory board of listed Estonian lingerie seller Silvano Fashion Group are set to make a proposal to shareholders at the annual general meeting at the end of this month to pay no dividend for 2019.


Apranga opens first Oysho store in Baltic states in Vilnius

Apranga opens first Oysho store in Baltic states in Vilnius

18.05.2018

Apranga, the largest clothing retailer in the Baltic states, part of the MG Baltic group controlled by Darius Mockus, on Thursday opened the first Oysho store in the Baltic states, informs LETA/BNS.

Turnover of Baltika's Latvian operation flat in 2017

Turnover of Baltika's Latvian operation flat in 2017

20.02.2018

Baltika Latvija, Latvian subsidiary of the listed Estonian garment manufacturer and seller Baltika, has posted a turnover of 10.078 million euros for 2017, down 0.8 percent from the year before, informs LETA/BNS.


04.01.2018

Apranga raises 2017 turnover by 4%

Apranga, the largest Baltic clothing retailer controlled by MG Baltic concern, posted 222.9 million euros (including VAT) in turnover in 2017, which is an increase by 4% year-on-year, informs LETA/BNS.

05.12.2017

Owner of Ilves-Extra launches new sports clothing manufacturer in Estonia

Gerhard Eberle, owner of the now-bankrupt manufacturer sports clothing Ilves-Extra, has established a new company in the same field of business titled ISC International in the south Estonian city of Tartu, Tartu Postimees said, cites LETA/BNS.

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