National Geographic Collection Launches with Concord Global Trading

NEW YORK-Concord Global Trading has teamed up with National Geographic and will launch a line of area rugs for both adults and kids based on National Geographic's photographic archive at the New York Home Fashions Market, which begins today. Concord Global Trading's showroom is at 295 Fifth Avenue, Suite 810.

"For more than a century, National Geographic explorers and photographers have traveled the world to capture stunning images and collect compelling, stories," said Krista Newberry, National

Geographic's senior vice president of licensing, North America. "We are excited to work with Concord Global to bring some incredible photography into consumers' homes on broadloom and area rugs."

Gulben Aksu-Bulat, vice president of Concord Global added, "Concord Global is thrilled to partner with National Geographic on this new venture. With our industry experience and innovative technology, we are able to capture the essence of the original photographs in detail and create spectacular printed area rugs using an infinite range of vibrant colors. We are proud to offer stunning National Geographic

images on decorative rugs for every lifestyle."

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