All Inditex articles – Page 10

  • Mike Shearwood

    Mike Shearwood

    August 6, 2010

    Mike Shearwood was able to breathe a little easier last week when Aurora Fashions posted its first profit.

  • News

    Inditex plans to move into Australia


    Inditex has announced plans to move into Australia next year as the retailer pushes ahead with its aggressive international expansion. The decision to enter the new market was announced at the company’s annual general meeting at its headquarters in Arteixo, in Galicia. Of the 343 new stores that Inditex ...

  • Analysis

    Dilip Patel


    UK & Ireland chief executive, Inditex

  • Inditex net income surged 63% in its first quarter

    Inditex profits surge in first quarter


    Zara owner Inditex’s net income surged 63% to €301m (£249m) in its first quarter to April 30, as it revealed its launch date for selling online.

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    Retailers ready for global assault


    It has seemed for some time that international growth had been off the agenda for retailers concentrating on keeping their domestic house in order during a tough trading environment. But a several fashion retailers are again pursuing opportunities overseas.

  • Inditex and H&M break into new markets

    Inditex and H&M break into new markets


    Two of Europe’s largest fashion retailers Inditex and H&M have taken their first steps into new growth markets this week; with Inditex opening its first store in India and H&M announcing its first opening  in Turkey.

  • New Look

    New Look vows to become top multichannel fashion retailer


    New Look has thrown down the gauntlet to Asos and Next and said it wants to topple its rivals to become the number one multichannel fashion retailer within three years.

  • Zara

    Inditex confident of prospects as it slows pace of store openings


    Fashion group Inditex is confident of continued success and profitable expansion across all of its markets despite a slowdown in space growth.

  • Inditex full-year profits grow 5%

    Inditex full year profits grow 5%


    Inditex net profits grew 5% in its full year to January 31 with total sales across the Spanish fashion group up 7% to €11bn (£9.95bn).

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    Getting into club Bershka


    Can the club ambience of Bershka’s revamped Oxford Street store help put it more firmly on the UK’s young fashion map?

  • Tim Danaher

    No guarantee of success for foreign retailers

    February 26, 2010

    Cortefiel’s decision to come to the UK is positive news for the high street. While there is a need for a clearout of brands that have had their day, our shopping streets and malls need to be continually refreshed with new names that will draw the shoppers.

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    Bershka unveils makeover of Oxford Street store


    Inditex-owned fashion chain Bershka revealed the makeover of its Oxford Street flagship on Wednesday.

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    Asian markets beckon for crunch-hit fashion players

    December 18, 2009

    Slowed consumer spending in their recession-hit home markets has led the world’s largest fashion retailers to pursue Asia for growth. Retailers such as Inditex, H M and Gap are now finding more fertile grounds for expansion in the region, where the effects of the economic downturn have been much less ...

  • Zara parent Inditex reported profits ahead of expectations

    Inditex profits ahead of expectations


    Profits at Inditex fell 1% in the nine months to October 31 to €831m after a raft of new openings, largely beating forecasts.

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    Inside Inditex

    November 20, 2009

    The Spanish parent company of Zara, Bershka and Massimo Dutti is notoriously secretive. Lisa Berwin takes an exclusive look behind the scenes at the Galician head office of Inditex.

  • Zara

    Inditex store expansion assault pushes UK operation into loss


    The UK subsidiary of Spanish fashion giant Inditex has plunged into loss after investing heavily in developing the business.

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    Better late than never for fast fashion online


    In the space of a week, both the giants of fast fashion retailing — Zara and H&M — have overcome their resistance to selling online.

  • Zara

    Zara goes online as Inditex profits decline


    Fashion giant Inditex has suffered a profit drop of 8% to €375m (£330.6m) in the first half of the year as it revealed plans to launch its Zara brand online.

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    Inditex net income drops but sales remain strong


    Fashion giant Inditex has reported an 8% drop in net income in its first half, but grew sales strongly.

  • Massimo Dutti

    Massimo Dutti: Continental chic meets country home


    Massimo Dutti’s UK presence has so far been muted but the Inditex brand’s new Oxford Street store puts it in the limelight, says John Ryan