Happy Socks | Aleks Milenkovic
Recorded at World Retail Congress 2019, Happy Socks’ head of retail, Aleksander Milenkovic sits down with Ben Bland to talk about the brand’s story – one that’s full of colourful designs, celebrity collaborations and exceptional charm, that’s guaranteed to make you smile.
Colourful is the new black: that could be the motto for Swedish sock retailer, Happy Socks.
Just over a decade after its launch, the brand has become an international phenomenon in the notoriously difficult apparel market. Today, its products are sold in 90 countries and enjoy a level of brand recognition and loyalty that most other labels can only aspire to.
Recorded at World Retail Congress 2019, host Ben Bland meet the brand’s Head of Retail Aleksander Milenkovic, to learn more about this unorthodox, fun loving brand’s story – one that’s full of colour designs, celebrity collaborations and exceptional charm that they say is guaranteed to make you smile. Recorded at World Retail Congress 2019.
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