Brazilians have a unique perspective on just how much damage can be caused by companies that disregard the environment. We pledge that our products will always be made in ways that limit or eliminate any potential negative impact on the environment.
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Santos, Brazil (PRWEB) November 20, 2013
Ana Giovanna, Brazil’s revolutionary children’s fashion company, announced its plans today to expand its web presence in an effort to expand its domestic presence in the market. Its new sites, Roupas Infantil Feminina (http://roupasinfantilfeminina.com.br) and Blog Moda Infantil Feminina (http://modainfantilfeminina.com.br), are aimed at making the company more responsive to the fashion desires of Brazilian parents throughout the country just as it has already responded to the needs of parents locally and abroad.
The founder of the two blogs, Ana Paula Dantas, expressed her confidence that Fashion’s Kids Online Boutique, the new internet branch of the company, would take them a long way toward dominating the domestic market. “Parents from around the world,” she said, referring to the ten countries to which they currently export, “appreciate that there’s finally a company that’s asking them what they want rather than just giving them what designers think they should have. Those who know us here in Santos have been especially excited and proud to have a Brazilian company fill that gap in the market. These sites will enable us to engage with the rest of the country and learn more about what parents want so we can better meet their needs.”
Beyond providing fashionable and sought after children’s clothing, Ana Giovanna has also demonstrated a commitment to keeping all of its products eco-friendly. Brazilians who have seen the dangers posed by over development and pollution embrace companies that are committed to ensuring that they preserve the environment.
“Brazilians have a unique perspective on just how much damage can be caused by companies that disregard the environment. We pledge that our products will always be made in ways that limit or eliminate any potential negative impact on the environment,” said Dantas. “We don’t just want to clothe children: we want to make sure that they grow up and can raise their children in a healthy environment as well. These websites will help us to convey that message, and hopefully help our customers to become more environmentally conscious as well.”
For additional information or to arrange an interview, please contact Ana Paula Dantas, Founder of Fashion’s Kids Online Boutique, at 55 1330610877.