December 11, 2014
Images Courtesy of Fashion GPS
NEW YORK CITY, USA – Fashion GPS, leading digital solutions provider of sample management and digital event technology for fashion brands and agencies worldwide, expands its global presence and footprint across Asia.
The new office, located at Unit 801,1Yip Fat Street, in Hong Kong’s notableWongChuk Hang. This area is also home to top companies including Lane Crawford,ImagineX, I.T. as well as one of the most visited spots in Hong Kong, the Ocean Park. It will service allcurrentFGPS clients intheAPAC region including Burberry, Christian Dior, Karla Otto, Sass & Bide, among others, and will manage the company’s further growth in this untapped market.
Since 2006, Fashion GPS has been designing digital solutions to connect the global fashion industry. First with GPS Samples, followed by GPS Events in 2008, GPS RADAR in 2011, and now GPS STYLES, it has built technology that supports the world’s top brands by delivering innovative products which more efficiently power their businesses, as well as creating platforms to bring together designers, editors, buyers and other key influencers in this perpetually evolving marketplace. Fashion GPS services over 250 clients via five offices in New York, London, Paris, Hong Kong and Los Angeles.
“Opening an office in Asia has long been a goal for Fashion GPS, and we are thrilled to open our doors in this new territory. FGPS’s strong, steady growth and our expanding global footprint is a tribute to the success of our products in the industry. The new base will provide the staff and location to better serve our existing clients in the region as well as the development of new opportunities,” said Eddie Mullon, Founder and CEO of Fashion GPS.
The office’s most recent hire of mention is Wilson Mak as Sales Director, APAC. Mak has 14 years of experience in CRM, ERP, BI and mobility sales. Previously Mak worked as a Regional Director at Data Systems International, a software vendor in enterprise mobility and mobile supply chain solutions where he was responsible for growing revenue, designing and executing sales programs, cultivating customer and partner relationships and managing key accounts across Asia.