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WE HAVE MOVED!
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| 29 April 2019
TRINITY GROUP RELOCATES AT TAIKOO PLACE
Marking a new milestone in its consolidation strategy as a major global luxury company, Trinity Limited recently relocated head office and principal place of business in Hong Kong vibrant business hub Taikoo Place. A grand office warming ceremony was held on the auspicious 18th of April to celebrate the opening of the new premises.
The ceremony kicked off with the Chinese traditional lion dancing performance.
Surrounded by his executive committee and the faithful 140+ Hong Kong employees, Mr. Paul Haouzi, Group President hosted the opening ceremony, dotting the eyes of the lions, before the green-picking ritual started, this typical symbol of great business fortune and prosperity.
From left to right: Mr. Lok Cheung, VP – Business Development, Mr. Chris Wu, Executive VP – Human Resources & Administration, Mr. Tony Wu, Senior VP – Finance, Mr. Dave Li, Group Finance Director, Mr. Paul Haouzi, Group President, Ms. Agnes Shen, Chief Operating Officer, Ms. May Cho, Senior VP – Retail (Clearance), Ms. Angel Wong, VP – Retail (HK, Macau & Taiwan), Mr. Lawrence Mak, VP – Retail Performance. Ms. Claire Landrau, VP – Marketing and Communication, who could not attend the ceremony, also sent congratulations and shared the joy with everyone.
About Trinity Limited
Trinity Limited, the owner of several premium European heritage menswear brands —CERRUTI 1881, Gieves & Hawkes and Kent & Curwen, creates, produces and sells its collections worldwide, with a special focus to Greater China. As a specialist of male elegance, and in order to broaden its offer to an ever-expanding customers base, Trinity Limited is also involved in licensing activities, both as licensor of its own brands, and as licensee —Japanese D’Urban.
Trinity Limited, a member of the Shandong Ruyi Group, is a publicly-listed company on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong.
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