We are happy to announce that after a fantastic 2018 where we have welcomed several new members to the IMBOX team,
we finally outgrew our old office. So we have moved up the road to a lovely new premises:
Gaaseagervej 4, 8250 Egaa.
Imbox Shoecare A/S has just signed a sponsorship deal with the current U17 European Badminton Women Singles Champion, Sophia Grundtvig. Sophia is currently in Canada, where she is competing in the Youth World Cup - 1 out of only 3 Danish girls in the singles category. Before the individual tournament, Sophia is playing for Denmark in the team tournament. So far they have won their pool against the United States, Guyana and Singapore and now have to play Indonesia in the quarter finals
Following the World Championship Sophia's schedule includes a senior tournament i Wales
It goes without saying that Sophia will play all her matches in IMBOX protected footwear, which retains the materials breathability.
We look forward to following Sophia in her future career. You can also keep up to date on the app 'AppForFans', where Sophia writes a blog.
We at IMBOX Shoecare A/S support the campaign “Knæk Cancer” which is a collaboration between the broadcasting company TV2 and the Danish Cancer Society ‘Kræftens Bekæmpelse’.
We have therefore chosen to give a donation to the fight against a disease which affects 1 in 3 Danes every year.
“We at IMBOX Shoecare A/S are proud to have received this years “Gazelle” from Børsen. This award recognizes our dedicated team as well as our loyal customers. We will continue to work hard towards growing our customers shoe-care business with the “Gazelle” reminding us that our customers success is also ours.”
The Danish financial newspaper, Børsen, annually selects companies for the Gazelle Award on key growth and profitability metrics.
To be selected, a company must have experienced tremendous growth.
In short, the company must have made continuous growth and at least doubled its revenues or gross profits over a four-year period.
In Denmark, “Gazelle” is today a synonym for a high-growth company.