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Safedom

Safedom Technology Corporation
Founded Beijing, 2006
Headquarters China
Key people Qiang (Brian) Fu (CEO)[1]

Safedom is a Chinese condom-maker from Beijing. Since its founding in 2006 it has grown rapidly in China and expects to sell 1 billion condoms in China in 2012- approximately 8% of the domestic market. Four-fifths of Safedom’s customers in China are women, since its marketing emphasises female health benefits.

It claims to produce the first virus-proof condom through demonstrations it has conducted.

Safedom aims to take on Durex and other condom-makers in Europe and elsewhere.[2]

References

  1. ^ Safedom Seeks Dual-listing in London and Hong Kong, Looks to Expand in Europe via Acquisitions, CEO Says, WSJ, dated 5 Jan 2012.
  2. ^ China's Hottest Condom Brand Faces One Big Obstacle To Going Global, by Kim Bhasin, dated 13 December 2011.
  • ”Chinese condoms: Reds in the bed: A Chinese start-up with XL ambitions”, The Economist, dated 7 Jan 2012.

External links

  • Official Safedom website (English)
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