While Expanding Outside The Usa, Crocs Buys Jibbitz And Fights Against Knock-offs But Some Competitors Deny Charges

With an investment of $10 million, Crocs has bought Jibbitz, the company that accessorizes Crocs’ shoes with snap-on buttons for decoration. The Schmelzer family, which owned this American supplier of footwear accessories, will receive up to an additional $10 million if it meets certain profitability goals. Crocs will recommend Jibbitz ...

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