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Enesco

Georges , original name George Enescu. 1881--1955, Romanian violinist and composer
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Serving more than 40,000 customers worldwide, Enesco designs, develops, and distributes consumer products to a range of specialty card and gift retailers, home dA(c)cor boutiques, as well as national retail chains and direct- to-consumer retailers.
10 November 2015 - US-based private equity fund Balmoral Funds has acquired Enesco, LLC, a designer and distributor of gift, plush toy, and home and garden decor products, the firm said.
Lorrie Veasey and her husband, Kip, owners of Our Name is Mud, will join Enesco.
Enesco will introduce the newest Our Name Is Mud product offerings to retailers during the company's corporate show in Itasca in October.
United Media, which has represented the brand for licensing since late 2000, continues in that role, and could pick up rights in categories that previously either fell under Enesco's license or were discouraged by Enesco because the company felt they came too close to the core.
Goebel and Enesco products also came with a coupon that could be redeemed at participating retailers.
We try to marry what licensors want with what we can bring out of our collectibles offerings," White notes, adding that ornaments made from "artplas," which is what Enesco calls its ornament plastic, are actually the supplier's most popular type of ornament.
Enesco distributes its products to a wide variety of specialty card and gift retailers, home decor boutiques, department stores, as well as large national chains and direct mail retailers.
Enesco has also reached a financial agreement with its lenders that provides for a revolving loan facility of up to $65 million.
We are delighted to have secured the acquisition of Dartington Crystal," said John Hammond, chairman of Enesco Limited.
Prior to joining Enesco, Graul was president of MG Group, an advisory accounting and finance consulting practice.
Winning 'Chicago's 101 Best and Brightest' is tangible recognition of the efforts of all of our team," said Tom Bowles, CEO of Enesco.