E-commerce firm relocates

Amateur sports merchant Kitvendr moves as demand rockets

Rangi Jericevich: significant step

An e-commerce platform that helps amateur and community sports clubs generate new income by selling their own branded merchandise has invested in new production machinery and is moving to larger premises to keep up with demand – just three months after its launch.

Glasgow-based Kitvendr has British Ice Hockey – part of a national sports media group – among its clients, adding to a string of Scottish rugby and rugby sevens clubs, and community sports groups.

These client gains have seen Kitvendr outgrow its Govan base and the firm is relocating to a larger industrial unit in the same area of the city. The extra space enables new specialist machinery to be used in the production process.

Kitvendr co-founder Rangi Jericevich said: “Kitvendr launched in June and since that time we’ve quickly outgrown our current premises. Early on we realised that we needed to scale up our production capacity and have invested in new machinery and equipment.

“Our move to new premises is a significant step for us as we build our vision, and reach out to a wider audience of community, amateur and professional sports club committees, in Scotland and across the UK.”

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