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  • 1. Corporate presentation 2005
  • 2. Contents
    • A Unique Group
    • 2004 Key Figures
    • A Strong International Presence
    • Prestigious Brands – Retail & Luxury
    • A Stable Shareholder Base
    • A New Visual Identity
  • 3.
    • A global player in Retail and Luxury Goods
    • A portfolio of exceptional brands
    • Solid potential for organic growth
    • An objective: “ To be one of the most admired companies in the world ”
    A Unique Group
  • 4. A Unique Group Retail Luxury Goods: Gucci Group A portfolio of exceptional brands
  • 5.
    • EUR 17.8 billion in sales *
      • Up 6.6% from 2003 (EUR 16.5 billion)
      • 50.7% generated outside of France
      • Nearly EUR 1 billion generated via Internet (Retail)
    • 82,000 employees in 65 countries at December 31, 2004
    • * all figures in this presentation exclude Rexel (divested in Dec 2004) and take into account 14 months of Luxury Goods sales to harmonize the reporting periods of PPR and Gucci Group
    2004 Key Figures
  • 6. 2004 Key Figures
    • Sales by product category
    • Sales by business
    Home and leisure Other Apparel and lifestyle 45.6% 14.8% 39.6% Retail Luxury Goods 18.1% 81.9%
  • 7. A Strong International Presence Europe 73.1% of which 49.3% in France Africa 8.0% Asia Pacific 7.0% the Americas 11.9% Sales by geographic area
  • 8. Prestigious Brands - Retail
    • 5 well known and respected companies with leading positions in their markets
    • Meeting the needs of customers in the worlds of fashion, beauty, home furnishings and appliances, culture and technology
    • Successful international expansion:
      • 41.8% of sales outside of France
    • 2004 sales by company
    Conforama 28.5% CFAO Fnac Printemps Other Redcats 30.2% 6.6% 12.8% 21.3% 0,6%
  • 9. Number 3 worldwide in home shopping
    • 2004 sales: EUR 4.4 billion
      • 52.9% outside of France
      • 60.9% in apparel
      • 13.6% in home furnishings
    • 20,710 employees
    • 17 brands sold in 18 countries
      • 53 e-commerce websites
      • 30 catalogues
      • 102 stores
    • 22 million customers
  • 10. The reference among French department stores
    • 2004 sales: EUR 958 million
      • 46.5% in apparel
      • 38.0% in other lifestyle products
    • 5,551 employees
    • 27 department stores (18 directly operated)
      • 41.2% of sales at the flagship Printemps Haussmann
    • A sporting goods unit combining stores (1 Citadium, 22 Made in Sport), catalogues and e-commerce sites
    • 6.7 million customers
  • 11. The leading retailer of cultural and leisure products
    • 2004 sales: EUR 4.1 billion
      • 22.4% outside of France
      • 34.1% in computer products
      • 22.9% in music
      • 18.4% in books
    • 18,790 employees in 8 countries
    • 112 stores, including 45 outside of France
    • 15 million customers per year in France
    • A brand catering to children: Fnac Eveil & Jeux
    • A leading e-commerce site: fnac.com
  • 12. Number 2 worldwide in household goods
    • 2004 sales: EUR 3.1 billion
      • 33.1% outside of France
      • 46.0% in home furnishings
      • 22.1% in consumer electronics
      • 15.9% in home appliances
    • 14,407 employees in 8 countries
    • 240 stores, of which 193 directly operated
    • 53 stores outside of France
    • 9 million customers per year in France
    • New store concept introduced in 2003
  • 13.
    • 2004 sales: EUR 1.9 billion
      • 50% in automobiles
      • 31% in pharmaceuticals
      • 5% in technology
    • 10,309 employees
    • 29 African countries, 6 overseas territories
    • 34,200 vehicles sold in 2004
    • Deliveries to 15,000 pharmacies each day
    A leader in Africa and French Overseas Territories
  • 14. Prestigious Brands - Luxury
    • Sales by brand
    • 2004 sales: EUR 3.2 billion *
    • Number 3 worldwide in Luxury Goods
    • A portfolio of iconic brands
    • 11,655 employees
    • 398 directly operated stores
      • * Sales for 14 months (from Nov 1, 2003 to Dec 31, 2004)
    Other YSL Beauté Gucci Bottega Veneta Yves Saint Laurent 22.9% 6.1% 3.5% 8.3% 59.2%
  • 15.
    • One of the industry’s most profitable brands
    • Sales: EUR 1.9 billion
    • 4,707 employees
    • 198 directly operated stores
    • 2 Creative Directors:
      • Frida Giannini - accessories &
      • women’s wear
      • John Ray - men’s wear
    • Luxury leather goods
    • Sales: EUR 113 million
    • 559 employees
    • 65 directly operated stores
    • Creative Director: Tomas Maier
  • 16.
    • Women’s and men’s ready-to-wear,
    • leather goods and shoes
    • Sales: EUR 196 million
    • 928 employees
    • 60 stores
    • Creative Director: Stefano Pilati
    • Fragrances and cosmetics division
    • Sales: EUR 734 million
    • 3,902 employees
    • 2 manufacturing facilities
    • Manufactures and distributes Yves Saint Laurent, Roger & Gallet, Alexander
    • McQueen and Stella McCartney
    • products, as well as
    • products under
    • license for
    • Oscar de la Renta,
    • Van Cleef & Arpels,
    • Ermenegildo Zegna
    • and Fendi
  • 17. Other Luxury Brands Sergio Rossi Boucheron Stella McCartney Alexander McQueen Balenciaga Bédat & C°
  • 18. A Stable Shareholder Base
    • Shareholder structure at Dec. 31, 2004
    • PPR in the CAC 40 index of French blue chip companies
    • Listed on Euronext Paris
    Artémis Institutional investors Individual shareholders Other 41.9% 11.2% 42.2% 4.7%
  • 19.
    • Marks the completion of the strategic shift initiated in 2002 to focus on two core businesses
    • Translates the Group’s new profile, with elements from the Retail and Luxury worlds
    • Reflects the Group’s unity and coherence of its business mix
    • A simpler, more international name
    A New Visual Identity
  • 20. for more information www.pprgroup.com Updated: April 2005