INDUSTRY PROFILE

Global Apparel, Accessories & Luxury Goods
Reference Code: 0199-2006 Publication Date: April 2011

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Market value
The global apparel, accessories and luxury goods market grew by 2.7% in 2010 to reach a value of $1,439.7 billion.

Market value forecast
In 2015, the global apparel, accessories and luxury goods market is forecast to have a value of $1,696.7 billion, an increase of 17.8% since 2010.

Market segmentation I
Womenswear is the largest segment of the global apparel, accessories and luxury goods market, accounting for 41.9% of the market's total value.

Market segmentation II
Europe accounts for 33.8% of the global apparel, accessories and luxury goods market value.

Market share
Wal-Mart is the leading player in the global apparel, accessories and luxury goods market, generating a 1.8% share of the market's value.

Market rivalry
The market is fragmented with a large numbers of smaller players, alongside the large incumbents, including: Inditex; Gap, Wal-Mart and H&M.

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY MARKET OVERVIEW Market definition Research highlights Market analysis MARKET VALUE MARKET SEGMENTATION I MARKET SEGMENTATION II MARKET SHARE FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS Summary Buyer power Supplier power New entrants Substitutes Rivalry LEADING COMPANIES GAP H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB Industria de Diseño Textil, S.A. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. MARKET FORECASTS Market value forecast APPENDIX Methodology Industry associations Related Datamonitor research Disclaimer 2 7 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 15 17 19 20 21 22 22 26 30 34 38 38 39 39 40 40 41

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: key financials ($) Industria de Diseño Textil.: key financials ($) Wal-Mart Stores. S. 2010–15 10 11 Table 3: 12 13 22 23 24 26 27 27 28 30 31 31 32 34 36 36 38 Table 4: Table 5: Table 6: Table 7: Table 8: Table 9: Table 10: Table 11: Table 12: Table 13: Table 14: Table 15: Table 16: Table 17: Table 18: Table 19: Global . by value.Apparel.A.: key financial ratios Global apparel.: key financial ratios Wal-Mart Stores. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor. S.CONTENTS LIST OF TABLES Table 1: Table 2: Global apparel. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .A.: key financials (€) Industria de Diseño Textil. Inc. accessories and luxury goods market segmentation II: % share.2010 Page 5 . Inc.: key facts Industria de Diseño Textil. by value.A. S. accessories and luxury goods market segmentation I:% share. 2010 Global apparel. accessories and luxury goods market value: $ billion.A. 2010 Global apparel. by value. Inc.2006 . S. 2010 GAP: key facts GAP: key financials ($) GAP: key financial ratios H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB: key facts H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB: key financials ($) H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB: key financials (SEK) H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB: key financial ratios Industria de Diseño Textil. 2006–10 Global apparel.: key facts Wal-Mart Stores. accessories and luxury goods market value forecast: $ billion. accessories and luxury goods market share: % share.

: revenues & profitability Industria de Diseño Textil. by value. 2010 Factors influencing the likelihood of new entrants in the global apparel. accessories and luxury goods market value: $ billion. Inc. 2010 Global apparel.2010 Page 6 . 2006–10 Global apparel. accessories and luxury goods market. 2010 Global apparel. accessories and luxury goods market segmentation II: % share. accessories and luxury goods market segmentation I:% share. by value. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 . 2010 Drivers of supplier power in the global apparel. by value. S. 2010 Factors influencing the threat of substitutes in the global apparel. 2010 Forces driving competition in the global apparel.: assets & liabilities Global apparel.Apparel. accessories and luxury goods market share: % share. 2010 GAP: revenues & profitability GAP: assets & liabilities H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB: revenues & profitability H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB: assets & liabilities Industria de Diseño Textil. 2010 Drivers of degree of rivalry in the global apparel. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.2006 . Inc.: revenues & profitability Wal-Mart Stores.A. accessories and luxury goods market. accessories and luxury goods market.CONTENTS LIST OF FIGURES Figure 1: Figure 2: Global apparel. 2010–15 10 11 Figure 3: 12 13 Figure 4: Figure 5: 14 Figure 6: 15 Figure 7: 17 Figure 8: 19 Figure 9: 20 Figure 10: 21 24 25 28 29 32 33 37 37 38 Figure 11: Figure 12: Figure 13: Figure 14: Figure 15: Figure 16: Figure 17: Figure 18: Figure 19: Global . S.: assets & liabilities Wal-Mart Stores. accessories and luxury goods market value forecast: $ billion. 2010 Drivers of buyer power in the global apparel. accessories and luxury goods market. accessories and luxury goods market.A. accessories and luxury goods market.

The leather goods sector consists of handbags. Global . wallets and luggage.2010 Page 7 . Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor. watches and leather goods.2006 . womens and childrens clothing.MARKET OVERVIEW MARKET OVERVIEW Market definition The apparel. The market has been valued at retail selling price (RSP) and includes all applicable taxes. Any currency conversions used in this report have been calculated using constant annual 2010 average exchange rates. jewelry. accessories and luxury goods market consists of mens.Apparel. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .

MARKET OVERVIEW Research highlights The global apparel.Apparel. with total revenues of $602. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.7% for the period spanning 2006-2010. equivalent to 41.7 billion. accessories & luxury goods market had total revenues of $1. The performance of the market is forecast to accelerate.7 billion in 2010. representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.2010 Page 8 . This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .2006 .3% for the fiveyear period 2010-2015. with an anticipated CAGR of 3. The womenswear segment was the market's most lucrative in 2010.439.696. Global .9% of the market's overall value. which is expected to drive the market to a value of $1.7 billion by the end of 2015.

Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.Apparel. The performance of the market is forecast to accelerate. accessories & luxury goods market has experienced only a modest growth in recent years.MARKET OVERVIEW Market analysis The global apparel. The global apparel. representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2. The womenswear segment was the market's most lucrative in 2010. In comparison.1 billion in 2015. over the same period.7% respectively.2010 Page 9 .2006 .7% of the market's aggregate value. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 . Comparatively.439. with an anticipated CAGR of 3.1 billion in 2010. equating to 25.9% of the market's overall value.7% for the period spanning 2006-2010. over the same period.3% for the fiveyear period 2010-2015. the European and Asia-Pacific markets will grow with CAGRs of 2.696.7 billion. to reach respective values of $487.5% and 4% respectively. The menswear segment contributed revenues of $370. which is expected to drive the market to a value of $1. This trend is set to continue over the forecast period. equivalent to 41.1 billion in 2010. with total revenues of $602. the European and Asia-Pacific markets grew with CAGRs of 1.7 billion by the end of 2015.3 billion and $393. Global . accessories & luxury goods market had total revenues of $1.7 billion in 2010. to reach respective values of $549 billion and $494.4% and 4.

402.375.9 1. accessories and luxury goods market grew by 2. Table 1: Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 CAGR: 2006–10 Source: Datamonitor Global apparel.439.7% in 2010 to reach a value of $1.9% 2.439.353.036.7% DATAMONITOR Figure 1: Global apparel. The compound annual growth rate of the market in the period 2006–10 was 2.6% 1. 2006–10 Source: Datamonitor DATAMONITOR Global .055.7% 2.MARKET VALUE MARKET VALUE The global apparel.084.8 1.7 billion. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .2010 Page 10 . accessories and luxury goods market value: $ billion.3 1. 2006–10 $ billion 1. accessories and luxury goods market value: $ billion.2006 .293.7 € billion 974.9 1. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.7%.2 1.Apparel.019.2 1.7% 1.4 1.2 1.2 % Growth 4.

accounting for 41.8% 4. The menswear segment accounts for a further 25. 2010 Category Womenswear Menswear Jewelry Childrenswear Leather Goods Watches Total Source: Datamonitor % Share 41.2% 100% DATAMONITOR Figure 2: Global apparel. Table 2: Global apparel.2006 .Apparel. accessories and luxury goods market segmentation I:% share.4% 2.9% 25. by value.1% 12.9% of the market's total value.MARKET SEGMENTATION I MARKET SEGMENTATION I Womenswear is the largest segment of the global apparel.2010 Page 11 . 2010 Source: Datamonitor DATAMONITOR Global .7% 13. accessories and luxury goods market segmentation I:% share. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 . by value. accessories and luxury goods market. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.7% of the market.

accessories and luxury goods market segmentation II: % share.8% 33. Table 3: Global apparel. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 . Americas accounts for a further 33.Apparel. accessories and luxury goods market segmentation II: % share. 2010 Category Europe Americas Asia-Pacific Rest of the World Total Source: Datamonitor % Share 33. by value.7% of the global market.MARKET SEGMENTATION II MARKET SEGMENTATION II Europe accounts for 33. accessories and luxury goods market value.2% 100% DATAMONITOR Figure 3: Global apparel.2006 . by value.7% 27.2010 Page 12 .3% 5.8% of the global apparel. 2010 Source: Datamonitor DATAMONITOR Global . Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.

2% 1.2% of the market. Table 4: Company Walmart H&M Inditex GAP Other Total Source: Datamonitor Global apparel.2006 . by value.1% 1. accessories and luxury goods market share: % share. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.9% 100% DATAMONITOR Figure 4: Global apparel.2010 Page 13 .8% 1. 2010 % Share 1. accessories and luxury goods market. accessories and luxury goods market share: % share. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 . generating a 1.8% share of the market's value.MARKET SHARE MARKET SHARE Wal-Mart is the leading player in the global apparel. H&M accounts for a further 1. 2010 Source: Datamonitor DATAMONITOR Global . by value.Apparel.0% 94.

women's and children's clothing (clothing accessories are not included) footwear. offshore sourcing. The key buyers will be taken as end-users. footwear. Global . Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS The apparel. Although clothing manufacturing remains a significant part of total manufacturing in certain developed economies the ability of retailers in a given country to source from foreign manufacturers means that the effective supplier fragmentation is made greater. Fashion. 2010 Source: Datamonitor DATAMONITOR The socio-political environments that individuals operate within. and following the demographics. Key suppliers in this industry are clothing manufacturers and wholesalers. H&M and Primark providing low-cost. The products are determined by designers. Summary Figure 5: Forces driving competition in the global apparel.2006 . coupled with the need for individual and group identities makes clothing and luxury goods retail essential to consumers. there is a growing industry for 'Discount Apparel Retail' with stores such as Wal-Mart. sub-cultures and creative industries and are subject to sharp and unpredictable changes. prolific-output fashion.Apparel. textile and luxury goods manufacturers and wholesalers as the key suppliers. luxury goods. accessories and luxury goods market will be analyzed taking retailers of men's.2010 Page 14 . Costco. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 . although this is usually towards the top end of the industry. Where brand loyalty exists. it is more likely to be geared towards designer clothing than retailer stocks. Industry trends include shorter cycles. accessories and luxury goods market. price deflation. and apparel. with retailers able to source from both. is unpredictable. diversifying to survive. However. and textiles as players. by its very nature.

and switching costs are low. Where brand loyalty exists. Here brand loyalty is associated with the retailer. Although there are other possible sources of apparel. This fragments consumers as style is an abstract concept that defines individuals. Costco. generally the demographic and psychological bearing of retail garments is highly important to consumers. Main players within the market – companies engaged in the retail sales of apparel and other goods . watches and leather goods.have a large number of buyers to sell to. it is more likely to be geared towards the designer rather than the retailer. Virtually all buyers are individual consumers. womens and childrens clothing. although this is usually towards the top end of the industry. strengthening buyer power somewhat. to a certain degree it is an extension of personality and therefore highly individualized. low-cost. jewelry. Retailers can differentiate themselves quite strongly through the styles of clothing that they offer.2006 . which weakens buyer power. an increasing trend towards 'Discount Apparel Retail'. such as home-made clothing. However. prolific-output fashion. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor. Global . 2010 Source: Datamonitor DATAMONITOR The global apparel.2010 Page 15 .FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS Buyer power Figure 6: Drivers of buyer power in the global apparel. accessories and luxury goods market. with stores such as Wal-Mart. There is however. H&M and Primark providing. which significantly weakens buyer power. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 . accessories and luxury goods market consists of mens. buyers have negligible switching costs. further weakening buyer power.Apparel.

Global . thereby strengthening buyer power. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor. sub-cultures and creative industries and are subject to sharp and unpredictable changes. by its very nature. These factors strengthen buyer power. The products are determined by designers.FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS The position of retailers at the end of the value chain make it impossible for them to integrate forwards. Overall.2006 . Fashion. meaning that they are obliged to offer buyers what they want. buyer power is assessed to be moderate. is unpredictable.Apparel.2010 Page 16 . This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .

The wholesale and clothing manufacturing sectors in most countries are fairly fragmented. due to the difficulty of automating processes such as the sewing of garments. most notably China.Apparel.FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS Supplier power Figure 7: Drivers of supplier power in the global apparel. Private-labels provide the manufacturer with additional revenues and the capability to reduce per-unit production costs by utilizing plants at greater capacities.). Apparel manufacturers have the option of selling their products under their own label or under private-labels. An example of this is the Gap Corporation which manufactures its own products to sell in its stores. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 . Switching costs for retailers are not very high: they include the risk that choosing a low-cost supplier involves a more extended supply chain that may not be able to cope with sudden changes in demand in an industry susceptible to changes in fashion. supplier power in the global market is decreased through competition from manufacturers in low-wage regions. (Apparel manufacturing is almost always labor intensive. with retailers able to source from both.2010 Page 17 . the ability of retailers in a given country to source from foreign manufacturers means that supplier fragmentation is made greater. Recent significant increases in power costs. Global . This increases supplier power.2006 . As international trade liberalizes. accessories and luxury goods market. Companies are able to act as both manufacturers and retailers. Although clothing manufacturing remains a significant part of total manufacturing in certain developed economies. 2010 Source: Datamonitor DATAMONITOR Key suppliers in this market are clothing manufacturers and wholesalers. dyes & chemical costs and rapidly rising cotton prices have impacted upon supplier power in an industry that relies on the availability of raw material. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.

2010 Page 18 . Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS Suppliers are further weakened by their lack of diversity.2006 . Overall. there is moderate supplier power in this market. and the existence of a minimum wage in the many countries slightly increases the power of suppliers of labor. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 . Global .Apparel. Retail is also labor-intensive. which makes the apparel retail industry highly important to their business.

Global .Apparel. making the market more attractive to new entrants. even in countries like India and China. especially where a new entrant moves into a more concentrated segment. Entry to the clothing and luxury goods retail market does not require large capital outlay. 2010 Source: Datamonitor DATAMONITOR The global apparel. which may negate much of the effect of low switching costs. where median incomes are quite low. Their economies of scale include the ability to build brands in multiple retail outlets. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS New entrants Figure 8: Factors influencing the likelihood of new entrants in the global apparel. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor. Overall there is a strong likelihood of significant new entrants to this market. setting up a single. The emerging brand strength of the major 'discount' chains is considerable. such as the launch of a price war.2006 . independent apparel retail store is within the means of many individuals. in some countries a few large corporations account for a major share of total industry revenues. Retaliation by existing players. However. accessories and luxury goods market is forecast to sustain moderate growth over the coming years. is a possibility. and greater buying power when negotiating with suppliers. industry entrants face several other barriers. Negligible switching costs for consumers mean that they are free to transfer their custom to a new player. However. accessories and luxury goods market.2010 Page 19 .

Global .2006 . Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor. Home-made and custom-made (couture) clothing are also niche alternatives to the retail of ready-made clothes.Apparel. the socio-political environments that individuals operate within coupled with the need for individual and group identity makes retail clothing essential to consumers. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 . accessories and luxury goods market. 2010 Source: Datamonitor DATAMONITOR Substitutes for apparel. which is facilitated by the growth of online sales.2010 Page 20 . Counterfeit clothing can be a significant threat to revenues in some countries. However.FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS Substitutes Figure 9: Factors influencing the threat of substitutes in the global apparel. accessories and luxury goods retail include buying direct from manufacturers. Overall the threat of substitutes to the market is assessed as weak.

which intensifies rivalry. Wal-Mart).Apparel. Overall.g. there is room for large numbers of smaller players. accessories and luxury goods market. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 . Global .FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS Rivalry Figure 10: Drivers of degree of rivalry in the global apparel.2006 . accessories and luxury goods market is fragmented. 2010 Source: Datamonitor DATAMONITOR The apparel.2010 Page 21 . less so if they can be accomplished by taking on more staff on a flexible basis. many retain a strong emphasis on clothing. rivalry is assessed to be moderate. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor. if they require the outlay of opening additional outlets. Major increases in capacity may be fairly costly to smaller players. While some retailers selling apparel are highly diversified (e. Future market performance encourages market entry which will intensify rivalry within the market. As described above.

and Banana Republic. and accessories for adults. Athleta and Piperlime brands. the UK. USA 1 650 952 4400 1 650 952 4407 www. The company primarily conducts business through two business divisions: stores and direct. California 94105. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.2010 Page 22 . loungewear.gapinc.2006 . Old Navy. Old Navy offers broad selections of apparel. and sports and active apparel. and personal care products for men and women. and personal care products.095 stores throughout the US.LEADING COMPANIES LEADING COMPANIES GAP Table 5: GAP: key facts 2 Folsom Street. consumables. GapBody launched in 1998 and offers women's intimate apparel. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 . Banana Republic. Gap was founded in 1969 and they offer an extensive selection of apparel at moderate price points. Europe and the Middle East. and infants. San Francisco. Additionally. and T-shirts to fashion apparel. Gap also operates Gap Outlet stores. These stores offer casual apparel and accessories for children aged from newborn through to pre-teen. France. women and children under the Gap.Apparel. The stores segment includes the results of the retail stores for each of the company's brands: Gap. Gap also has franchise agreements with unaffiliated franchisees to operate Gap and Banana Republic stores in Asia. including a maternity line. Products range from wardrobe basics such as denim. Old Navy.com January GPS New York DATAMONITOR Head office: Telephone: Fax: Website: Financial year-end: Ticker: Stock exchange: Source: company website Gap (or "the company") is a specialty retailer that sells casual apparel. Gap entered the children's apparel market with the introduction of GapKids in 1986 and babyGap in 1989. The company operates 3. khakis. Gap also offers maternity apparel. sleepwear. Old Navy was launched in 1994 to address the market for value-priced family apparel. accessories. which carry similar categories of products at lower price points. Canada. Ireland and Japan. accessories and personal care products for men. shoes. as well as other items. Global . children.

000 Revenues Net income (loss) Total assets Total liabilities Employees Source: company filings DATAMONITOR Global .com. including golf. Customers can purchase Athleta products.564.2010 Page 23 . skiing and snowboarding. accessories. tennis. and beginning in September 2008.2006 .000 2006 15.0 833. The company also operates Banana Republic Factory Stores.com.048.943. oldnavy. bananarepublic. Banana Republic and Old Navy offer all the products carried in their respective stores as well as extended sizes not found in stores. Its net income was $967 million in fiscal 2009.821.526. fashionable collections of casual and tailored apparel. piperlime.396. handbags.0 7.0 150.0 10. trends. a decrease of 7.838. and jewelry for women and footwear for men and kids.0 150.0 134.0 967.0 8. The direct operating segment includes the results of the online business for each of the company's webbased brands: gap. as well as tips. as well as an assortment of products from leading brands in women's active wear. and advice from leading style authorities. which carry similar categories of products at lower price points.0 3.113.0 778. athleta. shoes. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .000 2007 15.8% compared to fiscal 2008. apparel.0 3.0 778.112.023.544. Online sites of Gap. online or through the catalog.000 2009 14.526 million in the fiscal year ending January 2009.564.com. compared to a net income of $833 million in the preceding year.com.Apparel.177.com. Piperlime offers customers an assortment of the leading brands in footwear. running.0 5.LEADING COMPANIES Gap acquired Banana Republic in 1983 and this brand offers sophisticated.000 2008 15.763. Key Metrics The company recorded revenues of $14.923. Table 6: $ million GAP: key financials ($) 2005 16. and personal care products for men and women at higher price points than Gap.0 3.0 7. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor. and yoga. Athleta offers customers’ performance-driven women's sports and active apparel and footwear for a variety of activities.0 3.370.0 154.0 153.0 8.0 1.

6%) 38.Apparel.5%) (12.725 $7.7% (7.087 $5.216 Profit margin Revenue growth Asset growth Liabilities growth Debt/asset ratio Return on assets Revenue per employee Profit per employee Source: company filings DATAMONITOR Figure 11: GAP: revenues & profitability Source: company filings DATAMONITOR Global .8%) 39.5% 8.2%) (33.5% 10.553 2009 6.0% 12.9% 10.4% 9.9%) 42.9% (0.0%) (8.052 2007 4.2% $103.LEADING COMPANIES Table 7: Ratio GAP: key financial ratios 2005 6.0% $106.1%) (0.2010 Page 24 .9% (0.153 $5.7% $104.526 $5.8% 45.187 2008 5.3%) 5.3% (1.5%) (10.8%) (3. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.2006 .275 2006 4.1%) (3.6% $108.403 $7.2%) (15.7%) 50. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .2% $105.9% (1.5%) (6.

This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .2010 Page 25 .Apparel.2006 .LEADING COMPANIES Figure 12: GAP: assets & liabilities Source: company filings DATAMONITOR Global . Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.

988. H&M in-house designers work with pattern designers and buyers to create a broad and varied range of merchandise. Internet and catalogue sales are offered in Sweden. Germany and Austria. of which 36 are franchise stores. The new home textile range.Apparel. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 . involved transferring the central design. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor. every store is to have the best commercial location.2010 Page 26 . ten are Weekday stores and one is a Cheap Monday store. According to H&M's expansion principle. all of which sell clothes and related accessories. teenagers and children. 35 are Monki stores. the Netherlands. H&M is increasingly adopting the concept of regional grouping.hm. which means that products are purchased and distributed to a group (region) of sales countries. Denmark.LEADING COMPANIES H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB Table 8: H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB: key facts Master Samuelsgatan 46A. 23 are operated under the COS banner. logistics and stock-keeping functions to a separate company. This company owns the products until they are delivered to the stores. and at a showroom in Stockholm. H & M Hennes & Mauritz GBC AB. Global .2006 . Finland. is sold via the internet and catalogues. men. The company's business consists mainly of the sale of clothing and cosmetics to consumers. Norway. A regrouping process in 2007 among other things. The products are then allocated to the sales countries in the region according to demand in each market. SWE 46 8 796 55 00 46 8 20 80 94 www. the company was present in 35 markets and the operations in eight of these are on a franchise basis. H&M Home. The company's own design and buying department creates the collections centrally. At the end of the FY2009. SE 106 38. Stockholm. through internet and catalogue sales and on a franchise basis. as of 1 June 2007. The business is operated from leased store premises.com November HMB Stockholm DATAMONITOR Head office: Telephone: Fax: Website: Financial year-end: Ticker: Stock exchange: Source: company website H&M offers fashion and fashion related products for women. buying. The total number of stores at the end of FY2009 was 1.

Table 9: $ million H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB: key financials ($) 2005 9.540.0 16.0 7.2010 Page 27 .0 13. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.0 7.3 47.6 4.282.123.907.8 1.797. Key Metrics The company recorded revenues of $16.431.788.1 1.602. Its net income was $2.886.0 15.464.259.2 2.243.293.7 5.778.0 9.0 54. The goods are then distributed directly to the stores or to central regional replenishment centers. Tests.0 2009 118.2006 .7 1.107.368 2007 12.982.641.1 1.9 34.294.1 2.476 Revenues Net income (loss) Total assets Total liabilities Employees Source: company filings DATAMONITOR Table 10: H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB: key financials (SEK) 2005 71.5 1.107.0 13.0 2008 104.078.931. The merchandise is subsequently transported by sea.7 1.Apparel.884.0 SEK million Revenues Net income (loss) Total assets Total liabilities Source: company filings DATAMONITOR Global .121 million in the preceding year.0 9.384.273 million in fiscal 2009.588.0 2007 92. road or air to various distribution centers.2 53. such as chemical and laundry tests.430 2009 16.029 2008 14.0 10.081.776.006. an increase of 14.0 2006 80.6 40.0 14.363.121.0 51.247.555. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .LEADING COMPANIES H&M operates a production unit in Hong Kong which was made into a central procurement department for the company.750.734.6 4. H&M outsources product manufacturing to around 700 independent suppliers through H&M's 16 local production offices in Asia and Europe.183.5 53.464 million in the fiscal year ending November 2009.0 41.497.337.8 1.8 1.614 2006 11. are carried out on a continuous basis at the production offices and at external laboratories.4 7.6 7. compared to a net income of $2.0 33.697.041. rail.272.0 35.1% compared to fiscal 2008.971.

This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .1% 6.1% 21.707 $40.4% $275.055 2006 13.1% 7.8%) 25. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.4% 7.9% 31.7% 15.Apparel.4% 24.9% 14.9% $270.9% 32.163 $37.0% 22.1% 35.1% 18.076 2008 14.0% 23.8% 48.497 Profit margin Revenue growth Asset growth Liabilities growth Debt/asset ratio Return on assets Revenue per employee Profit per employee Source: company filings DATAMONITOR Figure 13: H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB: revenues & profitability Source: company filings DATAMONITOR Global .9% 22.704 2009 13.0% $307.065 $37.878 $42.8% 14.1% (3.LEADING COMPANIES Table 11: Ratio H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB: key financial ratios 2005 12.0% 17.3% 27.2% $288.2006 .2% $271.9% 30.5% 11.095 $39.2010 Page 28 .099 2007 14.7% 12.7% 21.3% 31.

LEADING COMPANIES Figure 14: H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB: assets & liabilities Source: company filings DATAMONITOR Global . Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.2006 . This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .2010 Page 29 .Apparel.

Oysho. S. Zara also operates Kiddy's Class stores. It caters primarily to young males and females. Pull and Bear format offers casual clothing. They are intended to be meeting points for street fashion. Bershka. production and distribution.A. In the store. with a network of 1. Each of these 100 companies performs a specialized activity. Global . Stradivarius.LEADING COMPANIES Industria de Diseño Textil.A. Table 12: Head office: Telephone: Fax: Website: Financial year-end: Ticker: Stock exchange: Source: company website Industria de Diseño Textil.2010 Page 30 .341 stores located in major cities throughout the world. Italy and Greece. customers can watch videos. A Coruna. Inditex markets its range of products through eight sales formats: Zara. Stradivarius reflects a youthful outlook on fashion. ESP 34 981 18 54 00 34 981 18 53 65 www.Apparel. Pull and Bear has opened 602 shops in the main streets and shopping centers of 41 countries. There are currently 482 Stradivarius stores in 33 countries. The group is structured into more than 100 different companies. S. Bershka stores are large and spacious. Zara is present in 73 countries. Avenida de la Diputacion.2006 . Zara Home and Uterque. all of which operate in the fashion industry. It offers international fashion with cutting-edge designs.inditex.com January ITX Berlin DATAMONITOR Inditex is engaged in activities relating to textiles design. France. 15452 Arteixo. Portugal.: key facts Edificio Inditex. music and art. It operates 488 stores in 41 countries. which specialize in junior fashion. The Bershka sales format has 626 stores in 41 countries. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor. Massimo Dutti offers a range that starts from sophisticated urban fashions to casual wear. listed to CDs or read magazines. Pull and Bear. Kiddy's class stores are located in Spain. Massimo Dutti. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .

A. Greece.A.410.3 5.889.517 2008 12. Portugal and Greece.LEADING COMPANIES Oysho offers fashion trends in women's lingerie and undergarments.461.105. Cyprus. Andorra. Mexico. Oman.0 6.0 2008 9. the UAE.6 3.857. Malta.6 2006 8.0 2009 10.9 4.412.2006 . Turkey.8 3.0 1. Uterque has 31 stores located in Spain.742.112 2009 13.661 million in fiscal 2009.929.500 Revenues Net income (loss) Total assets Total liabilities Employees Source: company filings DATAMONITOR Table 14: € million Industria de Diseño Textil.Apparel.435. Saudi Arabia.4 1. an increase of 10. Poland.: key financials ($) 2005 8.000 2007 12.776.0% compared to fiscal 2008.338. Jordan.892.3 7.0 5.011. Qatar.786 million in the fiscal year ending January 2009.282.7 1. Kuwait.9 Revenues Net income (loss) Total assets Total liabilities Source: company filings DATAMONITOR Global .0 58.074.023. There are currently 382 Oysho stores in 23 countries.580. cutlery.656. Morocco and Egypt. Key Metrics The company recorded revenues of $13.3 3. compared to a net income of $1.819.786. These stores offer fashionable accessories as well as a range of textile and leather garments.5 7. table and bathroom linens. Italy.: key financials (€) 2005 6. S.0 1.9 2.2 1.028. as well as tableware.0 2007 9.8 811.498.000 2006 10.656 million in the preceding year. Lebanon.3 1.196.258. Belgium.827.533.660.3 9.740.5 7.606.301. Netherlands. Zara Home has stores in Spain.1 79.8 2. glassware and decorative items. Table 13: $ million Industria de Diseño Textil.9 92.2 2. Russia. Uterque is the new commercial store format of Inditex.0 5. It offers textiles for bed.666.6 3.046.054. the UK. France.0 4.4 47.212.2010 Page 31 .253. Its net income was $1.7 1.407.202. Zara Home specializes in home furnishings. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor. Bahrain. S.5 10. Portugal.8 4.0 1.010. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .9 1.3 89. Romania.4 1.250.

: revenues & profitability Source: company filings DATAMONITOR Global .4% 43.6% 43.858 2006 12.2010 Page 32 . S.0% 21.3% 15.8% 42.5% $140.A.0% 9.9% 21.2% 0.9% 39.1% 10.4% 26.A.7% 4.LEADING COMPANIES Table 15: Ratio Industria de Diseño Textil.587 2009 12.3% 23.2006 .196 $23.648 $18.068 2007 13.: key financial ratios 2005 12.8% $149.0% $157.6% 50.5% $187.6% 19. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .0% 10.993 $22.2% 21.952 Profit margin Revenue growth Asset growth Liabilities growth Debt/asset ratio Return on assets Revenue per employee Profit per employee Source: company filings DATAMONITOR Figure 15: Industria de Diseño Textil.041 $17.182 $20. S. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.3% 16.6% 23.3% 23.0% 20.5% 25.3% 21.Apparel.0% $189.4% 0.958 2008 13.0% 29.

Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.2010 Page 33 .2006 .A.Apparel.: assets & liabilities Source: company filings DATAMONITOR Global . S. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .LEADING COMPANIES Figure 16: Industria de Diseño Textil.

747 supercenters (average size of 185. check cashing and bill payment.com January WMT New York DATAMONITOR Head office: Telephone: Website: Financial year-end: Ticker: Stock exchange: Source: company website Wal-Mart Stores (Wal-Mart or "the company") is the largest retail company in the world. Inc.000 square feet) in 16 US states. In addition. the international segment. wire transfers.000 square feet.walmartstores.000 square feet) in 48 US states and 158 neighborhood markets (average sixe of 42. electronics. Global . health and wellness. These stores also offer financial services such as money order sales. Table 16: Wal-Mart Stores. in 47 states.2006 . supercenters and neighborhood markets. each with an average store size of 108. the segment also markets its products through its e-commerce website walmart. and home furnishing and housewear. In addition. The company also generates revenues from a fourth. The segment has retail operation in all the 50 states in the US. Wal-Mart operates three business segments: Wal-Mart US. Wal-Mart offers its products through various e-commerce websites including walmart. Wal-Mart offers a wide assortment of merchandise at every day low prices (EDLP). The stores operated by Wal-Mart US offer branded and private label merchandise in various product categories including grocery.com.Apparel. non-operating segment named "others" which includes a variety of income categories such as Sam's Club membership fee revenues. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.: key facts 702 Southwest 8th Street Bentonville Arkansas 72716 USA 1 479 273 4000 www. The company also operates 2. Inc. and Sam's Club.com.2010 Page 34 . The company operates retail stores in various formats worldwide. Wal-Mart US operates three different retail formats in the US discount stores. apparel. Wal-Mart operates 803 discount stores. tenant income and financial services income. entertainment. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .LEADING COMPANIES Wal-Mart Stores.com and samsclub.

During FY2010. supercenters. During FY2010. approximately 63% of Sam's Club non-fuel purchases were shipped from these distribution centers. A few of these distribution centers also service Wal-Mart's Sam's Club for certain items.2006 . Sam's Club operates Wal-Mart's warehouse membership clubs in the US. supermarkets. Bakers & Chefs and Sam's Club brands. Wal-Mart utilizes a total of 132 distribution facilities located in Argentina. To support the international segment's retail operations. Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor. optical departments and gasoline stations. hypermarkets and other formats which comprise Sam's Club. Global . Wal-Mart operates 596 Sam's Club (average store size of 133. some soft goods. Wal-Mart's majority-owned subsidiaries operate in five countries in Central America. 37 are leased and operated and the remaining facilities are operated by third parties. Wal-Mart operates 120 distribution facilities across the US. approximately 83% of the international segment's purchases were shipped from these distribution facilities. Wal-Mart distributes both import and domestic products to the international retail stores through these distribution facilities. the company's joint venture operations in India and China. Honduras.214 million in the fiscal year ending January 2010. Mexico. Puerto Rico and the UK and two export consolidation facilities in the US.LEADING COMPANIES To support the retail operations of the Wal-Mart US segment. of which the company owns eight and the remaining are third party owned facilities. the remaining are owned and operated by third parties.7% compared to fiscal 2009. Key Metrics The company recorded revenues of $408. these distribution centers shipped approximately 79% of the merchandize sold by Wal-Mart US. The company owns and operates 34 of these facilities. Puerto Rico and the UK. and selected private-label items under the Member's Mark.400 million in the preceding year. an increase of 1. Its net income was $14.000 square feet) in 48 US states. and include discount stores. combination discount and grocery stores.Apparel. During FY2010. Chile. Canada. of which the company owns 105. Nicaragua.335 million in fiscal 2010. department stores and restaurants. China. and other controlled subsidiaries in China. Brazil. El Salvador. A significant number of Sam's Club warehouses offer photo processing services. Brazil. Guatemala. Costa Rica. Sam's Club serves both individuals and businesses. The operating formats vary from country to country. www. it also operates the website. Sam's Club uses a combination of private fleet and common carriers to transport non-perishable merchandise from distribution centers to Sam's Club. cash-n-carry stores. Sam's Club offers bulk displays of brand name merchandise including hard goods. Chile and Mexico. The international segment comprises wholly owned subsidiaries operating in Argentina.samsclub. pharmaceuticals. The company operates 26 distribution facilities across the US to support Sam's Club retail operation.com. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .2010 Page 35 . The remaining merchandise was shipped directly by the suppliers to the company's stores. Canada. the balance merchandize was shipped directly by the suppliers to the warehouses. institutional-size grocery items. Japan. Japan. compared to a net income of $13.

396 2010 3. Inc.2006 .906.7% 59.6% 8.100.241 $6.939 2008 3.4% 60.624.000 Revenues Net income (loss) Total assets Total liabilities Employees Source: company filings DATAMONITOR Table 18: Ratio Wal-Mart Stores.1% 8.505 $6.6% $194.000 2008 374.5% 8. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 . Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.3% 11.957.945.144.0 11.284.9% $181.214.5% 8.0 2.7% 11.0 163.0 89.0 151.0 170.388 $6.0 99.992.: key financial ratios 2006 3.731.8% 21.1% 10.231.575 $5.0 1.062 2009 3.239 2007 3.0 135.095.3% 7.400.7% 60.307.0 98. Inc.2% $191.5% 1.514.636 $6.7% 4.9% $171.8% 8.1% $178.3% 7.0 98.000 2007 344.0 14.LEADING COMPANIES Table 17: $ million Wal-Mart Stores.900.2010 Page 36 .000 2010 408.5% 8.0 163.0 82.6% 9.453.5% 1.8%) 60.: key financials ($) 2006 308.204.0 2.800.000 2009 401.193.0 12.1%) (0.8% 15.0 13.Apparel.0 11.826 Profit margin Revenue growth Asset growth Liabilities growth Debt/asset ratio Return on assets Revenue per employee Profit per employee Source: company filings DATAMONITOR Global .100.4% 8.0 1.706.8% 58.2% (0.0 2.429.335.620.

Inc.LEADING COMPANIES Figure 17: Wal-Mart Stores. Inc.2010 Page 37 . Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.Apparel.2006 .: revenues & profitability Source: company filings DATAMONITOR Figure 18: Wal-Mart Stores.: assets & liabilities Source: company filings DATAMONITOR Global . This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 .

Accessories & Luxury Goods © Datamonitor.4 1.277.3%.3% DATAMONITOR Figure 19: Global apparel.7% 3.483.MARKET FORECASTS MARKET FORECASTS Market value forecast In 2015.9 1.2010 Page 38 .Apparel.084.7 € billion 1.7 1.8 % Growth 2.3% 3.585.7 1.532.642. 2010–15 Source: Datamonitor DATAMONITOR Global .8% since 2010.2006 . accessories and luxury goods market value forecast: $ billion. This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied 0199 . The compound annual growth rate of the market in the period 2010–15 is predicted to be 3.4 1.1% 3. the global apparel. 2010–15 $ billion 1.4% 3.154.237. accessories and luxury goods market is forecast to have a value of $1.439.696.3% 3.117. an increase of 17.7 billion.696.6% 3. Table 19: Year 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 CAGR: 2010–15 Source: Datamonitor Global apparel.9 1.1 1. accessories and luxury goods market value forecast: $ billion.2 1.193.7 1.3 1.

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