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Goldvish launches into Dutch market at Millionaire Fair in Amsterdam

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December 3, 2006

Goldvish launches into Dutch market at Millionaire Fair in Amsterdam

Goldvish launches into Dutch market at Millionaire Fair in Amsterdam

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December 4, 2006 Geneva-based luxury personal communication company, GoldVish combines exclusive jewellery, haute couture and the ever-developing world of technology to develop very glitzy and very expensive mobile phones. The company is developing its European market by introducing its cell phone collection at each successive Millionaire Fair Exhibition and will this week be one of the stars of Millionaire Fair in Amsterdam. Following on from successful launches in both Cannes and Moscow, GoldVish co-founder Gregor Snip, who developed the concept in Holland has a prize draw at each of the events and gives away one of his US$30,000 phones, the last one going off in Moscow. The winner of the incredible prize was Ms Galieva, from St. Petersburg, who won her golden diamond-encrusted cell phone “by coincidence.” “I took a plane from St Petersburg to visit the fair in Moscow. I collected my ticket just five minutes before the drawing -- a lucky coincidence, I must say.’

The Millionaire Fair is famous for exhibiting the absolute extreme top of the market in luxury goods. Famous celebrities and elite customers visit the booths for the crème de la crème in jewellery, yachting, property and much more. It is the fifth time that the Millionaire Fair will be held in Amsterdam. Last year, special guest British actress Liz Hurley flew in to open the VIP-night in a spectacular way.

More than 39,000 people visited the Fair in 2005 and more are expected this year.

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