Hello everybody and Spanish fashion lovers!. Here in the picture a Zara outfit. I like it, do you?
I am getting ready for my woman making of on Swedish TV4 next week and there are a lot of things to think of, like choosing the cloths for my Latino makeover. Tomorrow I have a meeting with Zara and the person in charge of shops in Scandinavia and I´ll have to choose what to take with me to the program. For sure it´s going to be a pleasure for me doing that as I love fashion and choosing cloths. In Sweden you can only find Zara and Massimo Dutti and I miss Bershka from Inditex as well.
Well, now I share with you news about Zara from Fashion from Spain. The Spanish multinational, Inditex, has exceeded its forecasts for the first six months of the year, with net profits of EUR 628 million, up 68% on the previous year.The total sales of the fashion giant – which owns major global brands including Zara, Bershka, Stradivarius, Massimo Dutti and Uterqüe – have risen 14% compared to the same period for 2009, exceeding EUR 5.500 million(EUR 5.525 million). The same is true of shop sales, which rose 5%.Chains too have seen a considerable rise in sales, with Zara Home at the helm with revenue up 37%, followed by Uterqüe which was up 28%, Zara 15%, Oysho 14% and Bershka, Stradivarius, Massimo Dutti andPull & Bear all up 10%.In the same period, the group opened 173 new shops, taking its global total to 4,780 stores in 77 countries, employing 93,976 people, which is 6,900 more than the previous year.As a result of its new global positioning, Asia is the region with the largest number of openings, where the brand’s entrance into India has been a particular success with new POS in Delhi and Bombay.
Yes, this Spanish fashion company from my hometown, La Coruña, has made things right for sure and now I am going to make a woman making of on TV.
Enjoy my Latin makeover on TV next week and Feelgood