Vibram opens its new workspace in Montebelluna
On Friday September 7 Vibram inaugurated a new space in Montebelluna (Italy). Vibram strengthens its presence in this geographical area, with the aim of supporting its partners of the footwear district with a dedicated and closer location.
At Friday debut attended by the mayor of Montebelluna, Marzio Favero, and several guests representing outdoor and sports companies, Paolo Manuzzi commented "We are very happy to finally open a Vibram space in the heart of the footwear district. Montebellunese is a strategic area for Vibram, to which we are linked by a historical relationship that goes back to the origins of our company, but also by the common passion for the mountains and the continuous research for quality and innovation . We strongly desired that this Vibram space would enclose all the souls of our company and that it could address our partners as well as our final consumers".
The new space will be available to Vibram current and perspective partners from the footwear world and beyond, and will be managed by sales, marketing and R&D departments. A meeting point to work on the development of new ideas and innovative products. In addition, it will be open to the public who will be able to purchase Vibram brand products, including Vibram FiveFingers and Vibram Furoshiki-The Wrapping Sole. Not only products, but also technologies, which will be possible to test live in the new space.
Paolo Manuzzi also highlighted that "our goal is to integrate ourselves more and more with the reality of Montebelluna and with all the big companies in that area, in order to offer a faster service to the customers, to bring to the market attractive and performing products for users, to strengthen the relationship and the comparison with our partners, so as to become more and more competitive".
The debut night was animated by a performance from the sand artist Gabriella Compagnone, who interpreted with sand representations an imaginative story acted by Andrea Rinaldi and focusing on the link between Vibram and the Montebelluna footwear district.