Adelaide activewear heavyweights Ryderwear have taken their headquarters to a new level with a purpose-built new facility in Adelaide.
The new office building represents the massive expansion the company has experienced as it hits a 10 year milestone of operations.
The new facility has been purpose built with extensive in-house creative features to incorporate every aspect of the activewear brand.
The new headquarters are a massive leap from where the brand started, in owner David Lukic's grandmother's garage.
Over the past three years Ryderwear has seen an average growth in revenue of 81 per cent, which Lukic says is from the massive amounts of hard work put in by the Ryderwear team.
"We have enjoyed success domestically and in exports, but it's been a lot of hard work getting there," says Lukic.
"The new HQ is a culmination of the dedication and passion of the Ryderwear team. It reflects our expansion as a brand an cements our presence on the global stage."
The vision behind the new Ryderwear HQ was to develop an inspired hub that incorporates all elements of the business' creative process, from design, to fabric technology and videography. Each of these elements are exclusively in-house, with no outsourcing of designers, social marketing or content creation.
The new Ryderwear HQ boasts a photo and video studio, auditorium, fashion design centre, and break out spaces for meetings and conferences.
The label is already represented by the world's biggest bodybuilders and international fitness industry giants, with the new HQ space providing a focal point for Ryderwear's global domination.
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