DHD is driven by a passion to take surfing to the next level

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In the last four years, the company has achieved considerable growth and attracted talented management that are focused on brand positioning and amplifying distribution channels. International sales represent 35% of revenue and with the introduction of EPS surfboards, DHD is well placed to increase this share. The company has also acquired the iconic Modom brand. As an established and innovative brand with existing offshore production relationships, work practices and product ranges, Modom is the key to expanding the product range of DHD and tapping into the surf accessory industry. Modom also has a loyal customer base and its own impressive riders Craig Anderson and Taj Burrow.

DHD is raising capital to increase inventory, invest in product innovation and marketing. Alongside and in addition to these plans, the company also has major growth opportunities in the EPS and soft surfboard market as well as accessories and fashion.

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DHD was founded in 1984 and is now one of the leading surfboard manufacturers in the world. Born out of the world-famous surfing spot Kirra Point, the brand has grown both domestically and internationally, attracting some of the best surfers in the world including Mick Fanning and Stephanie Gilmore.

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