Weimi UK company declares bankruptcy and wants to seize the Chinese market

 Weimi UK company declares bankruptcy and wants to seize the Chinese market

Robert Harding, Deloittes chief executive in charge of the Weimi bankruptcy protection program, said: although it has become an economic victim due to the impact of the epidemic, no layoffs have been announced. Deloitte has revealed that it will help the company to restructure its investment and adjust its lease terms, and may also sell Weimis assets to a third party. Up to now, the 25 stores of Weimi in the UK have been closed and only maintained through online e-commerce.

Deloitte believes that the collapse of Britains Viktor is another blow to the British business street, and also another case of the impact of the new crown epidemic on the whole retail industry. The impact of the economic lockout has compounded the challenges faced by physical stores in a broader area, resulting in a shortage of funds...

Weimi in the dilemma attaches great importance to the consumption potential of the Chinese market. On April 20 and 24, Weimi successively announced that Zhou Dongyu became the brand spokesperson of its Greater China region and Yang Mi was the spokesperson of its Asia region. So it seems that only the Chinese market can save Weimi.

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