Sea Change

Bouchard, Nancy
May 2007
SGB;May2007, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p36
Trade Publication
An interview with Gary Davis, the general manager of the outdoor apparel company Helly Hansen, is presented. Davis comments on the structure of the company with international markets in Scandinavia, Europe, North America and Asia. When asked about the company's sales figures, Davis mentions Helly Hansen's divisions including survival, work and sport.


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