Adresses: Armenia,Yerevan, Hanrapetutyan St., Building 62 / See on Map
Telephones: +374-10-540870
Fax: +374-10-540870
Products: Women's, men's, children's sportswear and accessories.

History When Nike co-founder Bill Bowerman made this observation many years ago, he was defining how he viewed the endless possibilities for human potential in sports. He set the tone and direction for a young company called Nike, and today those same words inspire a new generation of Nike employees.Our goal is to carry on his legacy of innovative thinking, whether to develop products that help athletes of every level of ability reach their potential, or to create business opportunities that set Nike apart from the competition and provide value for our shareholders.It started with a handshake between two visionary Oregonians - Bowerman and his University of Oregon runner Phil Knight. They and the people they hired evolved and grew the company that became Nike from a US-based footwear distributor to a global marketer of athletic footwear, apparel and equipment that is unrivaled in the world.Along the way, Nike has established a strong Brand Portfolio with several wholly-owned subsidiaries including Cole Haan, Converse Inc., Hurley International LLC, NIKE Golf, and Umbro Ltd.Our world headquarters is located near Beaverton, Oregon, a suburb of Portland. So while the Pacific Northwest is the birthplace to Nike, today we operate in more than 160 countries around the globe.Through our suppliers, shippers, retailers and other service providers, we directly or indirectly employ nearly one million people.That includes more than 30,000 Nike employees across six continents, each of whom make their own contribution to fulfill our mission statement: to bring inspiration and innovation to every athlete* in the world.

Adresses: Armenia,Yerevan, Arami St., Building 3 / See on Map
Telephones: +374-10-544707;582947
Fax: +374-10- 544707
Products: Women's, men's, children's sportswear and accessories.

History Adolf ("Adi") Dassler started to produce his own sports shoes in his mother's wash kitchen in Herzogenaurach, Bavaria, after his return from World War I. In 1924, his brother Rudolf (Rudi) Dassler joined the business which became Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik (Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory) and prospered. The pair started their venture in their mother's laundry, but at the time, electricity supplies in the town were unreliable, and the brothers sometimes had to use pedal power from a stationary bicycle to run their equipment.By the 1936 Summer Olympics, Adi Dassler drove from Bavaria on one of the world's first motorways to the Olympic village with a suitcase full of spikes and persuaded United States sprinter Jesse Owens to use them, the first sponsorship for an African-American. After Owens won four gold medals, his success cemented the good reputation of Dassler shoes among the world's most famous sportsmen. Letters from around the world landed on the brothers' desks, and the trainers of other national teams were all interested in their shoes. Business boomed and the Dasslers were selling 200,000 pairs of shoes each year before World War II.Late in World War II, the shoe factory shifted to production of the Panzerschreck anti-tank weapon.Both brothers joined the Nazi Party, but Rudolf was slightly closer to the party. During the war, a growing rift between the pair reached a breaking point after an Allied bomb attack in 1943 when Adi and his wife climbed into a bomb shelter that Rudolf and his family were already in: "The dirty bastards are back again", Adi said, apparently referring to the Allied war planes, but Rudolf was convinced his brother meant him and his family. After Rudolf was later picked up by American soldiers and accused of being a member of the Waffen SS, he was convinced that his brother had turned him in.

Adresses: Armenia,Yerevan,Tumanyan St.,Building 31 / See on Map
Telephones: shop: +374-10-532067;539652;530228;532868
Fax: +374-10-546528
Products: Women's, men's and children's clothing and accessories

About us: Via Artis was founded in 2000, to specifically work with fashion houses, cooperating with fashion companies since then.
The company operates with six fashion stores, located in the centre of Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. Our stores are located 3 to 5 min walking distance from the Opera house, which is the very centre of the city. Via Artis cooperates with Lapin House (for children's-wear), BSB, Toi&Moi (Greek fashion companies), Moschino (Cheap&Chic and Love Moschino), I’m Isola Marras, M Missoni and others. Each of these brands, for which we are the authorized and exclusive importers in Armenia, is represented in separate stores.
The store 'Lapin House' offers children's-wear including the brands - Lapin, Moschino, Fendi, Moncler, Galliano and Burberry. Along with BSB, it is working under franchise agreement. These stores have been furnished in accordance to the requirements and guidelines of Lapin House and BSB.
Our stores offer a full variety of fashion items from our partners: clothing, shoes and accessories. Today the Via Artis stores are amongst the most popular in Yerevan.
Adresses: Armenia,Yerevan, Hyusisain Ave., Building 6, #16 See on Map
Telephones: +374-10-533614
Fax: +374-10-533614
Products: Women's, men's and shoes.

History Since the beginning in 1963 in the town of Bredebro in southwestern Denmark, ECCO has been owned and managed by the Toosbuy family. Today, Hanni Toosbuy Kasprzak, the daughter of Birte and Karl Toosbuy, is the sole owner of ECCO and chairperson of the supervisory board. Her husband, Dieter Kasprzak, is President. ECCO relies on mastering three basic elements: Brand, product and concept development and production and sales. Decisions are made where things happen. ECCO’s operational activities are managed through 11 strong business units: Five sales regions, five production units and one leather unit. Each unit has its own management, supervisory board, budget and financial statements. ECCO’s headquarters are responsible for brand, product and concept development and for central group functions such as logistics, IT, treasury, taxation and legal services. In addition, the headquarters act as a support and control unit vis-à-vis the individual business units.

Adresses: Armenia,Yerevan, Teryan St., Building 52 / See on Map
Telephones: +374-10-567337
Fax: +374-10- 567337
Products: Women's, men's, children's sportswear and accessories.

History Rudolf's company changed its name to PUMA Schuhfabrik Rudolf Dassler in 1948, and became a public company in 1986, listed on the Borse Munchen and Frankfurt Stock Exchange.The sponsorship of sports stars continued, including:
1948 - In the first football match after World War II, several members of the West German national football team wear PUMA boots, including the scorer of West Germany's first post-war goal, Herbert Burdenski.
1952 Summer Olympics - Josy Barthel of Luxembourg won PUMA's first Olympic Gold (1500m) in Helsinki, Finland
1960 Summer Olympics - PUMA paid German sprinter Armin Hary money to wear PUMAs in the 100 metres final. Hary had worn Adidas before and asked Adi for payment, but Adidas rejected this. Hary won gold in PUMAs, but then laced up Adidas for the medals ceremony - to the shock of both Adi and Rudolf. Hary hoped to cash in from both with the trick, but Adi was so outraged he banned the Olympic champion.
1970 FIFA World Cup - Pele stopped the referee with a last-second request to tie his shoelaces at the opening whistle of a 1970 World Cup finals match and then knelt down to give millions of television viewers a close-up of his PUMAs. Pele was complying with a request by PUMA's representative Hans Henningsen to raise the German sports shoe company's profile after they gave him $120,000 to wear their boots.
1972 Summer Olympics - PUMA provided running shoes for the 400m hurdles champion, John Ake Bua, from Uganda. After Ake Bua was forced out of Uganda by its military government, PUMA employed Ake Bua in Germany, and tried to help integrate him and his family in German society, but eventually Ake Bua returned to Uganda.However, the brothers earlier split led to a divided town. From 1948, the town was really split into like a sort of mini Berlin. Brand loyalty became paramount for many residents, and there were stores, bakers and bars which were unofficially known as either loyal to Rudolf's PUMA, or to Adolf's Adidas. The town's two football clubs were also divided: ASV Herzogenaurach club wore the three stripes, while 1 FC Herzogenaurach had the jumping cat on its footwear. Intermarriage was frowned upon. When handymen came to work at Rudolf's home, they would wear Adidas shoes on purpose so that when Rudolf would see their footwear, he'd tell them to go to the basement and pick out a pair of PUMA shoes, which they could have for free.The two brothers never reconciled, and although both are buried in the same cemetery, they are spaced apart as far as possible.In May 1989, Rudolf's sons Armin and Gerd Dassler agreed to sell their 72 percent stake in PUMA, to Swiss business Cosa Liebermann SA.

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