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SOKOLOV Approaching the Southern Hemisphere Market

11 august 2014

Jewellery company SOKOLOV continues expanding its own geography. Since August 2014 production of the jewellery brand has been available for purchase in New Zealand, Russian Jewellery Network reported citing RosYuvelirExpert.
New Zealand has become the twelfth country where people can indulge in jewellery, manufactured by the biggest Russian jewellery factory Diamant. SOKOLOV brand is currently represented in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Estonia, Germany, the Netherlands, Canada, Switzerland. The latter is the only place hosting the branded retail chain SOKOLOV.
Jewellery factory Diamant started its expansion into foreign markets in 2011 with the establishment of a new brand SOKOLOV in Switzerland.
Svetlana Vinogradova, Head of Foreign Trade Department of SOKOLOV, said: “This year has been extremely eventful for us. We started working with partners in several countries. I am glad to say that SOKOLOV factory always receives positive feedback not only from the partners, but also from consumers. The European jewellery connoisseurs have already appreciated our products, and we now look forward to success at the new market.”
SOKOLOV brand was officially launched at the Russian market in early 2014.