G&G was excited to reunite with its partners around the globe, albeit virtually, after COVID-19 made it impossible to do so any other way.
The 6th Distributor Conference themed “Turning to Win” used the opportunity for distributors in 50 countries to collectively look forward, to turn a new page, and to be a key part of a winning team.
Presenters shared their insights on the company’s future plans and strategies, branding support, and industry trends and opportunities. Partners shared success stories to encourage others to likewise grow their businesses.
“Quality and service is the future,” said Jackson Wang, the Chairman of Ninestar Corporation, in his welcome speech. “The G&G brand is a great choice for all of us. Our mission is to build a stronger, global, well-known brand with our partners.”
Linda Fan, Vice General Manager of Ninestar G&G, reviewed the growth achieved in worldwide sales. “G&G bucked the trend which has seen others decline during the pandemic,” she said. “It has turned difficulties and challenges into opportunities for development.” She emphasized the goal is to collectively make G&G the best choice from the original.”
Given the changes in market demand, G&G Branding Director Adam Miao offered a powerful product lineup to capture the available opportunities. At the same time, co-Branding Director Jon Chan detailed the support distributors and partners could expect, including strong messaging and impact.
Other presenters included Mr. Mandy Wei, general counsel of Ninestar Image, who provided encouraging updates on recent, hot IP issues. Three distributors from different countries shared their successful experiences.
Participants were surprised when pizzas (or other surprises) were delivered, despite them all being in different countries to show appreciation for their attendance.
The usual practice is for the global G&G family to meet in some exotic location every year. G&G together with its partners are like the two hands of the G&G logo holding and gripping each other. “G&G believes in the future,” said Linda Fan, “This spirit of cooperation will spread over the world as the family gets stronger.”