Being offered to partner with… official delegations to the United Nations, signals that the company has the highest reputation and market share in the industry, taking Saint-Petersburg GTH past the national, to the international level.
Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) May 15, 2013
The largest Russian products retailer in North America, Saint-Petersburg Global Trade House, is stepping up its efforts in partnering with large, serious, and respected organizations to sponsor their cultural events. This year, in February and late April, two such separate projects were conducted in collaboration with the Russian and the Ukrainian Permanent Missions to the United Nations in New York City. Both involved displaying items from the Russian and Ukrainian cultures, most of which were supplied by Saint-Petersburg GTH.
The Russian Arts exhibition, held by the Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the United Nations, under the supervision of Ms. Irina Churkina, the Spouse of the Permanent Representative to the UN, went through with Saint-Petersburg GTH’s support. Attended by a large number of the international community members, this event was hailed as a definite success, generating “intense interest by international community,” as Ms. Churkina states in her correspondence with Saint-Petersburg’s president, Ms. Natalia Orlova. The exhibition featured the most important and memorable Russian arts and crafts objects, including nesting dolls, silk scarves and shawls, and beautiful lacquer boxes, provided by Saint-Petersburg GTH.
The second project, called the “Antique Ukrainian Women’s Attire Fashion Show,” was organized by the Permanent Mission of Ukraine to the United Nations and the Spouse of the Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations, Dr. Nataliya Sergeyeva, together with the United Nations Delegations Women’s Club. The Show received great reviews from the international community, naming Saint-Petersburg GTH a vital “partner and sponsor, [essential] to the success of this undertaking.”
“It was great, to be able to take part in these amazing events, because through these exhibitions, it was not only possible to showcase and educate people about the unique beauty and allurement of Russian and Ukrainian cultures, but also because the people being educated are involved in international politics and do have the power to influence many of the events around the world,” remarked Ms. Orlova. She added, “We, at Saint-Petersburg, are very grateful and honored that the UN Missions of the Russian Federation and Ukraine, and specifically Ms. Churkina and Dr. Sergeyeva, gave us these opportunities to share our knowledge and our merchandise in such a meaningful and significant atmosphere!”
In many ways, these two projects assert Saint-Petersburg’s true leadership in its market, as being offered to partner with such serious organizations as the official delegations to the United Nations, signals that the company has the highest reputation and market share in the industry, taking Saint-Petersburg GTH past the national, to the international level. This leadership did not come easy, of course, but instead, was earned through nineteen years of cutthroat competition in one of the most competitive business environments out there – at first, New York City, and later, the whole continent of North America. And even though at Saint-Petersburg GTH, they have known it for quite some time, now, the business community is confirming it, too: the company has become the number one player in the market, constantly gaining market share and respect both from other companies and, what is even more important, from the consumers.
About Saint Petersburg Global Trade House
Founded in 1994, Saint Petersburg Global Trade House takes its roots in Brooklyn, NY – the heart of NYC’s Russian community. Saint Petersburg GTH takes great pride in the fact that it is the largest seller of Russian gifts, books, music, and movies outside Russia. The company offers products through its free colorful printed catalog, as well as operating brick-and-mortar stores in Brooklyn. The catalog is published quarterly in editions of 50,000 copies and can be requested by calling the toll-free number at 1-800-531-1037.
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