The toddler label GYMP, with its headquarters in Desselgem in Waregem, belgium, try the West-Flemish family-owned business, a private place for itself in the ever more global thinking-growing retail sector. The company wants to grow and new staff members to wear. Only that it may not be the typical retailprofielen.
Gorgeous Young Misters and Princesses, there’s GYMP (in future) for it. This includes a new logo and a new corporate image, including their website and in the stores of the GYMP, in Bruges and Kortrijk, belgium.
the GYMP is specialized in baby and party wear for children from 0 to 14 years of age. The brand is now sold in more than 400 boutiques and specialty shops across the whole of Europe. Even if it is a brand for children’s fashion is pretty global, which is on the basis of a West Flemish family-owned business.
Anckaert Fashion has been for decades a household name in the industry. Has grown from a one-man borduurbedrijf, kept in the family and Anckaert, in the early ’80’s, the children’s brand, Anne K, on top of the baptismal font. That was in 2000, for GYMP, which, until recently, was to Geert and Jo, his wife, and Pol.
The company operates in West-Flanders, belgium. “In Desselgem, we have a selection of about twenty employees. The activities include the development of all the central administrative functions of the distribution”, explains the CEO, Geert Anckaert. Although it is also active in the netherlands. “The production takes place in Sweden. The business is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Anckaert ready-made Clothing, but in the end only Tunisia’s workforce,” said Anckaert.