A Portuguese trader selling fake dog harnesses on the social media Facebook has been finally convicted.
After 25 years of running a company, I could say that we leaders, really should pay attention to what our intuition tells us. Thus, for example, what became clear to me on this troubled Monday morning can be articulated in due course: whatever the crisis, no one will be saved by symptomatic treatment from governments or donor billionaires. We can only save ourselves!
Julius-K9® was one of the first companies to react to the current health emergency and the accompanying changes. We introduced strict new protocols for digital communication processes, work schedules and work discipline, which have performed well.
The global market has challenged us all. That is probably why our Canadian partner, Philip Stoffels found a new competitor almost overnight. This competition was from one of the larger wholesalers who has been very successful in selling the JULIUS-K9®product range in many different countries.
Gyula “Julius” Sebő, inventor of the world-famous original JULIUS-K9® dog harnesses, has received the 3rd Plagiarius award of 2020 in Frankfurt, which was “earned” by a Chinese company for their counterfeit product…
I have dedicated my life to pet welfare innovations. In my eyes, dog ownership is about caring and taking responsibility.
A little over 20 years ago, a Hungarian couple discovered that it was almost impossible to find a high-quality dog harness, not only in Hungary, but in the entire world. They decided to design and manufacture their own dog harness, which they then transported to Austria in their car, having to deal with all the hassle of border control…
The Austrian animal-welfare authorities have tested our K9® Powerharness, IDC® Powerharness, IDC® Longwalk and Hard Dog Race® harnesses to see if they are safe from an animal-welfare point of view.
A nurse, working abroad in Austria, and a guitar player-turned-dog trainer, achieved that only a few Hungarians could do since the collapse of the iron curtain: they developed and manufactured domestically their own product while building a consumer love-brand popular worldwide. The Julius-K9 dog harnesses are the second most copied Hungarian inventions just after the Rubik’s cube.