Our lives, our world, are a gift.
At least that’s how Andrew Bauer, CEO at Royce Leather sees it.
According to Bauer, “The philosophy of creating powerful relationships and inspiring experiences for our friends, colleagues, and families at Royce is how we ensure this gift will continue to last for the future generations to come.” Bauer is not only talking about making long-lasting products and fine leather, but he is also pinpointing the importance of relationships amongst people, businesses and even products. “The mission of fashion is to inspire viewers to create their own wearable relationships with a piece of art,” he explains. In order to keep the integrity of that art, Andrew and the Royce family business pride themselves on a luxury brand, reflecting hard work, honesty and respect from their materials to their business partnerships.
Three years ago, Andrew lost his wallet for the fourth time, and he found himself frustrated and desperate for a solution that would serve as a defense for his valuables. He paired up with the TrackR team in order to develop and refine a solution for Royce leather wallets and Royce handbags, key holders, luggage, jewelry boxes and so on. Protecting and privatizing items fits nicely with the Royce brand, as does the partnership itself. “I applaud them for never giving up on their quest for a world in which we won’t lose our most important valuables,” Andrew said. It seems to be fitting that Royce’s tagline is “We better our world with powerful relationships and inspiring experiences.” Andrew’s view on the TrackR relationship is that it remains perpetually successful so long as the customer and consumer needs are constantly being listened to.
Andrew is no stranger to cohesive relationships. When it comes to innovative fashion, he understands that new change is imminent and he believes that the concept as a whole means being willing to deviate from the norm and the expected. In his words, “The hope is this transformation will better meet the explicit needs and implicit desires we have as human beings.”
By not giving up on the important values of respect we have been taught, I strongly believe our gift of life at Royce is being done the right way.