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Golla merges fashion with technology

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Oct '07
Golla - the Finnish lifestyle company specialized in fashionable bags for portable electronics has launched a new and groovy CHRISTMAS bag collection in October 2007.

The new Christmas Collection includes a selection of mobile phone and digi camera bags, and a complete set of cool MP3 bags.

The revolution started when Nokia encouraged the Finnish design company Golla to create a collection of fashionable accessories for mobile phones.

The first line of Golla Mobile Bags was launched in 2004 and took Europe by storm. A year later came Asia and the Americas.

Most mobile technology cases on the market have a purely functional design, yet mobile technology itself is most popular among fashion conscious users.

“Mobile phone accessories used to be dominated by products for business users” says Golla's Director of Sales Bernhard Gerlich, “Golla was the first to realize the huge market potential for fashionable accessories and to create a collection to fill the gap”.

The 2006 collection sold 3 million units in over 100 countries, but with 2 billion users of mobile phone this was not the end.

It was the end of the beginning. The first half of 2007 showed tremendous growth for Golla and by July Golla already passed the 4 million unit mark.

Golla brand has become a success in over 100 countries. With a complete collection of bags for portable electronics, Golla is now the premier brand for the mobile lifestyle.

Constantly evolving designs and the good quality of the products have made Golla a huge hit worldwide. We travel the world, exhibit at international fairs, monitor fashion trends and search for innovative material in order to create unique product designs. Keeping the Finnish approach to design we offer functionality and clear colors.

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