The German Wortmann Group, which owns the Tamaris, s.Oliver Shoes, Marco Tozzi, Jana, Caprice and Be Natural shoe brands, has decided to lower prices on the new collections of its autumn-winter 2017 brands for the Russian market.
The reason for this decision was a change in the footwear market in Russia - at the same time as lower final sales in retail, expenses increased, which could not adversely affect the financial situation of Russian retailers and Wortmann partners.
The German shoe manufacturer will provide its customers in Russia with the opportunity to familiarize themselves with information on models for which prices have been reduced at the upcoming exhibition Euro Shoes Premiere Collectionto be held in Moscow from February 27 to March 2 in Sokolniki Exhibition and Convention Center. In addition, Wortmann partners will be able to find out information about new prices for the wholesale collection from regional representatives of the brands.
“We have always strived to offer our partners in Russia the most attractive prices on the market, in difficult situations we do not leave our customers, and in the future we plan to continue to maintain our partnerships,” representatives of the Wortmann Group commented on their decision.