iPhoneOgraphy – 25 Apr 2016 (Day 116/366)
Today is another memorable day in my life, it is my little angel birthday and it is also my lovely angel suffering day (giving birth).
I had bought two presents for them, one for my little angel and wishing her “Happy Birthday”, the other one for my lovely angel and to tell her “Thank You”.
I’m would like to say “I Love You” to both my angel and “Thank You” for being in my life…
iPhoneOgraphy – 16 Feb 2016 (Day 47/366)
Pandora was founded in 1982 by Danish goldsmith Per Enevoldsen and his then wife Winnie Enevoldsen. The pair began on a small scale niche by importing jewelry from Thailand and selling to consumers. As demand for their products grew, the Enevoldsens turned their attention to wholesaling. After a successful wholesale venture, in 1989 Enevoldsen hired in-house designers and established a manufacturing site in Thailand, where it is still located today. With low production cost and efficient supply chain, the Enevoldsens could provide cheap hand-finished jewelry for the mass market. Pandora’s collection grew to include a wide assortment of rings, necklaces, earrings and watches.
Pandora is known for its customizable charm bracelets, designer rings, necklaces and (now discontinued) watches. The company has a production site in Thailand and markets its products in more than 90 countries on 6 continents with approximately 9,500 points of sale.
Pandora became the world’s third-largest jewelry company in terms of sales, after Cartier and Tiffany & Co. In 2011, more than one piece of Pandora jewellery was sold every second. Shares fell nearly 80% in 2011 after a shift in focus to higher-end designs alienated core customers, but performance recovered after a return to the more affordable mass market. The group reported revenue of DKK 11.9 billion and net profit in excess of DKK 3 billion in 2014.