Allbirds expands to Australia, eyes further global markets for 2018

Tina Morrison
Thu, 21 Dec 2017

By Tina Morrison Dec. 22 (BusinessDesk) - Allbirds, the merino wool shoe company co-founded by former New Zealand soccer star Tim Brown, has expanded into its third global market, launching in Australia last month, and it’s eyeing up more markets for next year. San Francisco-based Allbirds started selling its minimalist woollen sneakers direct to consumers in March 2016 and has online operations in the US and New Zealand, shops in San Francisco and New York, and a steady stream of pop-up outlets. It began selling online in Australia on No...

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