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KIMINO : JPN/USA
ACE : USA/JPN
VICE : USA/JPN*
POPEYES : USA/JPN
FREEMANS : USA/JPN*
NIGEL CABOURN : UK/JPN*
STRASBURGO : JPN/CHN*
DOHTONBORI : JPN/AUS
DEUS : AUS/CHN
EIDEIN is a New York incorporated consutancy services firm providing consolidated affiliation and coordinated oversight for a range of property, procurement, risk management, brands, products, assets and concepts to meet the operational needs of multinational client programs and requirements.
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Our services assist complex multinational portfolios.
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New York Incorporated Brand Affiliations Bureau
When Nigel reached out to us from Newcastle England with the idea of opening a larger store in Tokyo for his clothing brands Japan flagship we quickly decided his new shop should keep its DNA within the neighborhood of his Japanese partner companies address, Nakameguro.
Freemans Sporting Club
Taavo Somer (Founder of Freemans Sporting Club) called us from the Lower East Side of New York with a few questions. His Native New Yorker lifestyle brand 'Freemans Sporting Club' had recently partnered with two firms both from Japan. Yagi Tsusho, a multionational garments manufacturer and license holder and Urban Research, a domestic operations retail outfit with locations Japan wide. The terms outlined Freemans Japan open a series of FSC outposts starting with a multi level flagship store in Aoyama Tokyo, a known luxury brand shopping area.
Vice's head office in New York approached us with a request. Their growing media team in Japan had been using shared office space in Tokyo for almost a year and were having difficulty finding a stand alone space to call their own. They needed our help finding them the right building, brokering a commercial lease, and strategizing where and how to set up their first Japan media center ever.
Strasburgo contacted us from Tokyo Japan to consult for the launch of his new lifestytle concept prior to the opening of its flagship concept store in Futago Tamagawa. Tyler Brûlé of Monocle fame designed the logo, La Marzocco machines poured coffee, Italian hand built bicycles lined the window displays.