Fanny Wang Co. Launches International Presence

Macworld Australia Staff
24 March, 2011
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New entry in premium headphone market makes a splash with international launch events.

March 23, 2011, Danville, CA. –
Fanny Wang Headphone Co., a new entry into the premium headphone market, is rapidly extending its presence in the international audio arena. The company recently sponsored successful launch events in South Korea and the United Kingdom, where so-called Fanny Wang Girls made their international debuts as the company’s brand representatives.

“We’re so excited that the Fanny Wang premium headphone brand is taking off internationally,” says CEO Tim Hickman. “The concepts of beautiful sound and beautiful Fanny Wang Girls are understood in any language, in any country. The Fanny Wang Girls are the ideal world wide brand ambassadors.”

The hot venues and attention-grabbing attendees of Fanny Wang’s launch events have given the brand a leg up among international consumers. Among the stars of the South Korea launch event was the lead singer of Korean pop group 8Eight, Lee Hyun, whose noteworthy presence created crowds at Frisbee, the country’s #1 Apple Retail Store.

Says CEO Hickman, “I’m extremely happy with how well we have been received internationally. Our premium line of headphones deserves the attention that it’s getting, and we stand behind the beauty and quality of our sound. These launch events are just a stepping stone for our international appeal to consumers.”  Fanny Wang Headphone Co. plans several more launch events in Hong Kong, South Africa, and the United Arab Emirates in the coming weeks.

What Makes Fanny Wang Sound Unique

Custom pair titanium-plated drivers

Integrated Duo Jack (in-line cable splitter)

Backed by a 2 year warranty

Premium headphones offered by Fanny Wang Headphone Co. are available to order at

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