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Haven grows global operations with new Asian office

Haven has expanded its international presence into South East Asia with the opening of its new office in Manila to manage the Philippines market. 

The firn has been globally recognised over the last two decades for its development of long-term merchandise programs, exclusive retail partnerships, and an array of strategic FMCG and promotional campaigns for its clients.

The new office is Haven’s latest move in taking its services to a global platform.

“It’s always been a dream of Yvonne’s and mine to take our expertise and extend our reach into other markets," said Tom Punch, HavenAsia president.

"Our goal is to offer a solution for powerful brand owners up throughout the Asian markets and the launch of HavenAsia in the Philippines is the first step in that plan. We have already established significant retail and strategic licensee relationships and in a short time have laid the foundations for success.”

Yvonne King, HavenAsia CEO, added: “Having a crack team on the ground with excellent experience and strong contacts is vital for success and we have that. 

"We are delighted to welcome industry veteran Macky Peredo as Country Manager, and we have in place a highly regarded team across marketing, product development and admin.”

HavenAsia is now open for business.

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