Strategic retail property consultancy Harper Dennis Hobbs (HDH) has been appointed by Diamanti Per Tutti (DPT) to help launch the leading diamond jewellery brand into the global travel retail sector.
Founded in 2013 in Antwerp, Diamanti Per Tutti, meaning ‘Diamonds for All,’ is a contemporary jewellery brand with 14 standalone boutiques in Belgium, Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai. With a focus on timeless diamonds at accessible price points, Diamanti Per Tutti’s collection includes a mix of bracelets, earrings, necklaces and rings.
Diamanti Per Tutti has grown its footprint this year, and the new partnership with Harper Dennis Hobbs will help promote its collections and exclusive travel range ‘Wanderlust’ to the retail travel sector.
Commenting on the announcement, Simon Black, Executive Director at Harper Dennis Hobbs, said:
“We are delighted to be working alongside Diamanti Per Tutti. They have been very successful launching in Asia, and we are excited to grow this brand in North America, South America and Europe within airports, cruises and ferries.
“We are looking forward to first showcasing the brand at the upcoming TFWA show in Cannes. Diamanti Per Tutti could not be more perfect for travel retail due to its product range, price point and point of sale fixtures – as well as the brilliant brand story.”
Edward Verté, CEO of Diamanti Per Tutti, added:
“Our partnership with Harper Dennis Hobbs confirms our commitment to roll out Diamanti Per Tutti within the global travel retail channel. Harper Dennis Hobbs’ network, expertise and very committed travel retail team will undoubtedly help us in doing so faster and better.”
Harper Dennis Hobbs will be exhibiting at The 2021 TFWA Duty Free & Travel Retail Global Summit in Cannes between 24-28th October on stand H35.
For more information on Harper Dennis Hobbs, visit hdh.co.uk.
For more information on Diamanti Per Tutti diamantipertutti.com.
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