Lunan, Charlie
January 2010
SGB;Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p18
Trade Publication
The article explores the business expansion of the outdoor footwear products of Implus Footcare LLC in the U.S. It states that this was indicated by its acquisition of Little Hotties Warmers and Highgear in November 2009, which added promising outdoor brand and new category of products to Implus portfolio. Highlights of Implus' one-stop shop business philosophy, new headquarters and distribution center are also provided.


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