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Mar 28, 2011

Chinese retailer joins STAG Buying Group

Chinese retailer joins STAG Buying Group

Chinese sports/lifestyle retail chain SPORT 100 has joined the STAG Buying Group.

“This is the beginning of a naturally strong agreement between our two companies, and we look forward to developing both of our businesses over the coming years,” says STAG managing director Ward Robertson.

Sport 100 has 43 megastores in China and a £100-million turnover. 

“I am delighted to ally with STAG and look forward to sharing ideas, networking, and looking at new brands and trends,” says Alan Cheung, CEO of Sport 100. 

“Our goals are clear and simple:  help each other to grow our businesses and then explore new opportunities on all fronts.”

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