The company cited challenging market conditions, including digital disruption and the Covid-19 outbreak, as reasons for agreeing to the deal.
HONG KONG, China — Founded in 1988, I.T swiftly established itself as a stockist of hard to find international brands throughout the Nineties in Hong
LONDON, United Kingdom — Owned by Comme des Garçons and known for its daring edit, creative visual merchandising and bi-annual “tachiagari” whereby
Owned by Comme des Garçons and known for its daring edit, creative visual merchandising and bi-annual “tachiagari” whereby the interior of the store
IDG Capital and Hong Kong-based I.T Group have acquired stakes of 30.1 percent and 10.9 percent of the company.
At the helm of a 750-store network across Greater China, Sham Kar Wai knows a thing or two about the Chinese consumer. On the eve of I.T Group’s 30th anniversary, the founder and CEO explains how he will double down on the market.
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