On 5 December 2017 we learned about the results of the 6th edition of “Polish Company – International Champion”, which promotes the activity of Polish companies on world markets. Among the winners was LPP, which won this prestigious award in the category of “Exporter: Polish Private Company – Large enterprise”. The competition jury appreciated the consistent building of the brand’s global recognition and the dynamic expansion of the Polish clothing manufacturer in foreign markets.
About 90 companies that every day build Poland’s position in the international arena and effectively compete on foreign markets participated in the competition organized by the editorial staff of Puls Biznesu. The organisers of the competition assessed the companies for dynamic development, among other things. Thanks to active world expansion, LPP SA received an award in the category of “Exporter: Polish Private Company – Large enterprise”.
“We are pleased that the jury appreciated our efforts. For years we have been trying to build global recognition and strengthen our position on foreign markets. We are convinced that as a Polish clothing manufacturer we have nothing to be ashamed of on foreign markets. Without doubt, our driving force is the flagship brand Reserved, which this year debuted, among others, on the prestigious Oxford Street in London. We are also expanding to other markets of Central, Eastern and Western Europe, the Balkans and the Middle East” says Przemysław Lutkiewicz, Vice President of the Management Board of LPP SA, who received the prize from the competition jury.
Companies that have dynamically increased sales through investments and have expanded their share on the global market over the last 3 years completed for the prize in the category of “Exporter: Polish Private Company – Large enterprise”. An additional criterion for a positive evaluation was also promoting the quality of the Polish brand on foreign markets.
“We assume that investments are essential for the further development of the company. We are constantly increasing expenditures for expanding the retail network on international markets. We have not, however, forgotten about the great potential of the e-commerce sector. We are striving to soon make online shops available on all the markets where we have a network of salons and that orders would be fulfilled within 24 hours. We are glad that our activity and consistency are appreciated” added Przemysław Lutkiewicz.
LPP SA is one of the most dynamically developing clothing companies in Central and Eastern Europe. The company has been consistently pursuing its business both at home and abroad for 26 years, successfully operating on the demanding apparel market. LPP SA manages 5 fashion brands: Reserved, Cropp, House, Mohito and Sinsay. The company has developed a network of nearly 1700 retail stores and on-line stores of all its brands and created 25,000 jobs in offices and sales structures in Poland, Europe, Asia and Africa. LPP SA is listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange within the WIG20 index and is a part of the prestigious MSCI Poland index.