Khepra set to re-emerge

Born, Pete
October 1996
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;10/18/1996, Vol. 172 Issue 75, p7
Trade Publication
Announces that Byron Donics, cofounder of the Khepra Beauty Group, has been given a $5.5 million in capital by the Capstone Capital Corp. of New york to restart the company. Conversion of Khepra's Chapter 7 petition to Chapter 11; Submission of re-organization plan; Downsizing of Khepra sales force; Elimination of several overhead costs; Preparation for penetration of the Japanese market.


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