El Ganso - retail fashion sector

El Ganso credits our support in helping the fashion brand grow from a domestic-focused Spanish startup to a successful international business.

El Ganso is an elegant fashion chain, co-founded by two brothers in 2004.

In this video testimonial, both Clemente and Álvaro Cebrián describe how they worked hand-in-hand with our Atradius team from the moment of their launch.

They credit us with helping them “enormously” and explain how we gave them confidence both when they were starting out in Spain, and when they moved into unfamiliar international markets. They describe this as “added value” and note that with trade credit insurance they do not need to take chances on new sales, or worry about whether they will get paid.


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