December 7, 2016
On December 3, The Business Times of Singapore published an article by Chuang Peck Ming entitled “Bringing Bata Back,” featuring an interview with Bata Group CEO Alexis Nasard about the company's plans in the region and beyond. In his interview, Nasard highlighted t...
December 2, 2016
Last month, GQ magazine in Italy published an article on the Bata Heritage reissue of the classic Bata Bullet sneakers. These ankle-high basketball shoes were an icon in their original form when released in 1964, and have also been worn by celebrities over the years.
November 21, 2016
One of the most popular news sites in the world has published a rave review of the Bata Shoe Museum of Toronto, Canada.
November 18, 2016
When a national daily newspaper in India wanted to give readers tips on the latest in ballerina shoes, they found everything they needed from an expert at Bata India’s Design and Development Center in Gurgaon.
October 17, 2016
On Oct. 12, Vanity Fair Italy published a breathless article in its Style section about the history of Bata and its current collections.
September 28, 2016
Bata’s rich history in Zlin has taken center stage once again. In September, Monocle magazine published a video in its Design/Urbanism section about company founder Tomáš Baťa’s transformative effect on the Czech city, which is seeing a renaissance.
September 15, 2016
On Sept. 1, CEO Alexis Nasard gave a press conference during his first visit to Bata Thailand. His bold plan to double the organization’s profits in the country in five years hit the headlines, as did his emphasis on Bata’s cool products.
September 5, 2016
The Globe and Mail, the most-read newspaper in Canada, recently published a warmly appreciative profile of Sonja Bata. The article, by Nolan Bryant, gives an overview of her rich life as she approaches a milestone birthday – 90 – this fall. A condensed excerpt follo...
August 26, 2016
On August 11, the Toronto Star newspaper published an article by Carola Vyhnak about the origins of the Bata Shoe Museum, and founder Sonja Bata's struggle to make it happen despite mountains of red tape that threatened to block the project.