Quality is remembered long after the price is forgotten<br />
History<br />Gucci is an Italian fashion and leather goods label.<br />It is owned by the French Company Pinault-Printemps...
History<br />In 1989, Maurizio join the Gucci Group as Executive Vice President and Creative Director Worldwide.<br />In t...
History<br />InOctober 1995, Gucci went public and had its first initial public offering on the AMEX and NYSE for $22 per ...
Different Products<br />Men and Women Apparels<br />Sunglasses<br />Watches<br />Handbags & Totes<br />Perfume & Cologne<b...
The Gucci Icons<br />Flora<br />GG<br />Horsebit<br />Bamboo<br />Diamante<br />Web<br />The Jackie<br />
Gucci Masters<br />Gucci has long been associated with and inspired by the sporting glamour of the equestrian world. Vario...
Different Brands<br />The Gucci Group owns 7 different brands which are focused on women:<br />Alexander McQueen<br />Bale...
Automobile culture<br /> American Motors Corporation: Aldo Gucci expanded into new markets including an agreement with Ame...
Automobile culture<br />Ford Motor Company: During the 1970s and 1980s guccicolaborated with Ford Motors and started a ful...
Company Growth<br />Gucci achieved astounding global success and is named the most desirable luxury brand in the world. <b...
Facts and Figures<br />Guinness World Records cites the Gucci "Genius Jeans" as the most expensive  jeans in the world. A ...
The Social Responsibility<br />Gucci has had a partnership with UNICEF since 2005. Gucci stores worldwide donate a percent...
The Social Responsibility<br />For the campaign in 2009, Michael Roberts  promoted a children's book, "Snowman in Africa" ...
Clothing the world with Total Textile solutions<br />
History<br />1925 - Setup of The Raymond Woollen mill in the area around Thane creek by LalaJuggilalSinghania<br />1944: L...
History<br />1925 - Setup of The Raymond Woollen mill in the area around Thane creek by LalaJuggilalSinghania<br />1944: L...
GautamHariSinghania<br />He is the Chairman & Managing Director of the Raymond Group.<br />
History<br />1925 - Setup of The Raymond Woollen mill in the area around Thane creek by LalaJuggilalSinghania<br />1944: L...
Different Products<br />Fabrics<br />Apparels<br />Brands<br />Woollen Outerwear<br />Furnishing<br />Retail<br />Engineer...
Group Companies<br />Raymond Ltd.<br />Raymond Apparel Ltd.<br />ColorPlus Fashions Pvt. Ltd.<br />Silver Spark Apparel Lt...
Some Recent Initiatives<br />
Future Plans<br />The retail thrust will assist the group to penetrate into newer markets in smaller towns and cities.<br />
CSR<br />The Company has an innate desire and zeal to contribute towards the welfare and social upliftment of the communit...
CSR<br />Raymond Embryo Research Centre for cattle is a centre set up at Gopalnagar, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh and its ceasel...
CSR<br />J. K. Trust Gram VikasYojana (JKTGVY) launched in 1997 helps transfer of the technical expertise gained over thre...
CSR<br />Raymond Rehabilitation Centre has been set-up for the welfare of under-privileged children at Jekegram, Thane. Th...
Facts and Figures<br />Images Fashion Awards 2009 - Most Admired Textile Brand of the Year<br />Park Avenue: Images Fashio...
Big brands don’t need a tagline!<br />
Past and Present<br />Giorgio Armani - Founded on July 24th, 1975 by Sergio Galeottiand Giorgio Armani<br />4599 employees...
History<br />Giorgio Armani, 74, is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Armani Group and sole share holder of...
Products<br />Apparel<br />Accessories<br />Underwear<br />Swimwear<br />Bodywear<br />Hoisery<br />Eyewear<br />Watches<b...
Brands<br />Giorgio Armani<br />Armani Collezioni<br />Emporio Armani<br />Armani Jeans<br />Armani Exchange<br />Armani J...
Armani Hotels and Resorts<br />In May 2005 Giorgio Armani S.p.A. signed an agreement with Emaar Properties to create a ser...
Facts and Figures<br />Till now, its owned by its founder and it’s a sole proprietorship business.<br />Armani hotels has ...
CSR<br />In 2006, Giorgio Armani went to the World Economic Forum in Davos to personally announce his support for (PRODUCT...
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  • One of India&apos;s largest branded fabric and fashion retailerEight decades old group, in operation since 1925Second largest branded apparel business in IndiaAmongst the earliest direct retail chains in IndiaRaymond Ltd, the flagship company of the group, is listed on BSE and NSE
  • Comparison Between Apparels ( Gucci, Armani &amp; Raymonds )

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    3. 3. Quality is remembered long after the price is forgotten<br />
    4. 4. History<br />Gucci is an Italian fashion and leather goods label.<br />It is owned by the French Company Pinault-Printemps-Redoute (PPR).<br />It was founded by Guccio Gucci in Florence in 1921, started with a small leather accessories shop for both the genders.<br />In the late 1980s, Gucci became one of the world's most influential fashion houses and a highly profitable business operation.<br />
    5. 5. History<br />In 1989, Maurizio join the Gucci Group as Executive Vice President and Creative Director Worldwide.<br />In the early 1990s, Gucci underwent what is now recognized as the poorest time in the company's history. The company’s new accessories failed to pick up the slack, and for the next three years the company experienced heavy losses and teetered on the edge of bankruptcy. The management again changed and Tom Ford took over the position of Maurizio join and made a whole new image of Gucci.<br />
    6. 6. History<br />InOctober 1995, Gucci went public and had its first initial public offering on the AMEX and NYSE for $22 per share.<br />In 2009, Patrizio di Marco replaces Mark Lee as CEO of Gucci<br />
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    8. 8. Different Products<br />Men and Women Apparels<br />Sunglasses<br />Watches<br />Handbags & Totes<br />Perfume & Cologne<br />Shoes<br />Necklaces & Pendants<br />Skin Care Products<br />Travel Accessories<br />Miscellaneous<br />
    9. 9. The Gucci Icons<br />Flora<br />GG<br />Horsebit<br />Bamboo<br />Diamante<br />Web<br />The Jackie<br />
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    11. 11. Gucci Masters<br />Gucci has long been associated with and inspired by the sporting glamour of the equestrian world. Various symbols - from the horsebit to the striped girth strap - have been appropriated from horse riding and have subsequently become iconic signatures on Gucci designs.<br />Fast-forward to today, and Gucci has returned to its equestrian roots in style. The Gucci Masters is Gucci’s first equestrian sponsorship in over 20 years in association with the European Equestrian Masters – the prestigious annual Paris International Show Jumping Event that takes place during the Paris Horse Show.<br />
    12. 12. Different Brands<br />The Gucci Group owns 7 different brands which are focused on women:<br />Alexander McQueen<br />Balenciaga<br />BottegaVeneta<br />Boucheron<br />Sergio Rossi<br />Stella McCartney<br />Yves Saint Laurent<br />
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    14. 14. Automobile culture<br /> American Motors Corporation: Aldo Gucci expanded into new markets including an agreement with American Motors Corporation (AMC). The 1972 and 1973 AMC Hornet compact "Sportabout" station wagon became one of the first American cars to offer a special luxury trim package created by a famous fashion designer.<br />General Motors: In 1979 and 1980, a Miami-based aftermarket company offered the Cadillac Seville by Gucci edition.<br />
    15. 15. Automobile culture<br />Ford Motor Company: During the 1970s and 1980s guccicolaborated with Ford Motors and started a full new range of cars which is a full-size, luxury sedan sold by Ford's upscale Lincoln brand.<br />
    16. 16. Company Growth<br />Gucci achieved astounding global success and is named the most desirable luxury brand in the world. <br />Gucci’s president and chief executive officer Patrizio di Marco revealed that Gucci is set to launch a children’s line in June 2010. <br />
    17. 17. Facts and Figures<br />Guinness World Records cites the Gucci "Genius Jeans" as the most expensive jeans in the world. A pair of Gucci jeans that had been distressed, ripped and covered with African beads, when they debuted in October 1998 in Milan, were priced at US$3,134.<br />Business Week in 2008, Listed Gucci in the Top 100 Brands<br />
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    19. 19. The Social Responsibility<br />Gucci has had a partnership with UNICEF since 2005. Gucci stores worldwide donate a percentage of the sales for special collections made specifically for UNICEF to go toward the United Nations Children's Fund. <br />The annual Gucci Campaign to Benefit UNICEF supports education, healthcare, protection and clean water programs for orphans and children affected by HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa. <br />
    20. 20. The Social Responsibility<br />For the campaign in 2009, Michael Roberts promoted a children's book, "Snowman in Africa" with proceeds going to UNICEF. <br />Gucci is the largest corporate donor to UNICEF's "Schools for Africa" that was established in 2004 by UNICEF, the Nelson Mandela Foundation, and the Hamburg Society. Its goal is to increase access to basic schooling for all, with a special emphasis on children orphaned by HIV/AIDS and children living in extreme poverty.<br />
    21. 21. Clothing the world with Total Textile solutions<br />
    22. 22. History<br />1925 - Setup of The Raymond Woollen mill in the area around Thane creek by LalaJuggilalSinghania<br />1944: LalaKailashpatSinghania took over The Raymond Woollen Mill. The mill was primarily making cheap and coarse woollen blankets, and modest quantities of low priced woollen fabrics.<br />1958 - The first exclusive Raymond Retail showroom, King's Corner, was opened in 1958 at Ballard Estate in Bombay.<br />
    23. 23. History<br />1925 - Setup of The Raymond Woollen mill in the area around Thane creek by LalaJuggilalSinghania<br />1944: LalaKailashpatSinghania took over The Raymond Woollen Mill. The mill was primarily making cheap and coarse woollen blankets, and modest quantities of low priced woollen fabrics.<br />1958 - The first exclusive Raymond Retail showroom, King's Corner, was opened in 1958 at Ballard Estate in Bombay.<br />
    24. 24. GautamHariSinghania<br />He is the Chairman & Managing Director of the Raymond Group.<br />
    25. 25. History<br />1925 - Setup of The Raymond Woollen mill in the area around Thane creek by LalaJuggilalSinghania<br />1944: LalaKailashpatSinghania took over The Raymond Woollen Mill. The mill was primarily making cheap and coarse woollen blankets, and modest quantities of low priced woollen fabrics.<br />1958 - The first exclusive Raymond Retail showroom, King's Corner, was opened in 1958 at Ballard Estate in Bombay.<br />
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    27. 27. Different Products<br />Fabrics<br />Apparels<br />Brands<br />Woollen Outerwear<br />Furnishing<br />Retail<br />Engineering<br />Personal Care<br />Prophylactics<br />International Business<br />Corporate Wear<br />
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    29. 29. Group Companies<br />Raymond Ltd.<br />Raymond Apparel Ltd.<br />ColorPlus Fashions Pvt. Ltd.<br />Silver Spark Apparel Ltd.<br />Regency Texteis Portuguesa Lda<br />Everblue Apparel Ltd.<br />Celebrations Apparel Ltd.<br />J.K. Files & Tools<br />Ring Plus Aqua Ltd.<br />J.K. Helene Curtis Ltd.<br />J.K. Investo Trade (India) Ltd.<br />
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    32. 32. Some Recent Initiatives<br />
    33. 33. Future Plans<br />The retail thrust will assist the group to penetrate into newer markets in smaller towns and cities.<br />
    34. 34. CSR<br />The Company has an innate desire and zeal to contribute towards the welfare and social upliftment of the community. The Company continues to support the following CSR initiative:<br />Smt. SulochanadeviSinghania School at Thane, Maharashtra and the KailashpatSinghania High School in Chhindwara, M.P., having overall strength of around 6000 students, provide quality education not only to the Raymond employees’ children, but also to the children of the local populace;<br />
    35. 35. CSR<br />Raymond Embryo Research Centre for cattle is a centre set up at Gopalnagar, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh and its ceaseless efforts and endeavours have made several significant achievements in Embryo transfer. Raymond was the first organisation in India to introduce Embryo Transfer in Sheep;<br />
    36. 36. CSR<br />J. K. Trust Gram VikasYojana (JKTGVY) launched in 1997 helps transfer of the technical expertise gained over three decades to the grass-root level. The mission of this initiative is to significantly improve the quality of life in India’s rural areas through a “Cattle Breed Improvement Programme”. This initiative operates in a network of over 700 Integrated Livestock Development Centre in Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Andhra Pradesh; and<br />
    37. 37. CSR<br />Raymond Rehabilitation Centre has been set-up for the welfare of under-privileged children at Jekegram, Thane. This initiative enables less fortunate children to be self-sufficient in life. The centre provides free vocational training workshops to young boys over the age of 16. The three-month vocational courses comprise of basic training in electrical, air-conditioning & refrigeration, plumbing, etc.<br />
    38. 38. Facts and Figures<br />Images Fashion Awards 2009 - Most Admired Textile Brand of the Year<br />Park Avenue: Images Fashion Awards 2009 - Most Admired Menswear Brand of the Year<br />
    39. 39. Big brands don’t need a tagline!<br />
    40. 40. Past and Present<br />Giorgio Armani - Founded on July 24th, 1975 by Sergio Galeottiand Giorgio Armani<br />4599 employees world-wide.<br />
    41. 41. History<br />Giorgio Armani, 74, is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Armani Group and sole share holder of Giorgio Armani S.p.A., one of the world's leading fashion and lifestyle design houses, with 5,000 direct employees, 13 factories, and a direct network of 500 exclusive retail stores in 46 countries worldwide. <br />
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    43. 43. Products<br />Apparel<br />Accessories<br />Underwear<br />Swimwear<br />Bodywear<br />Hoisery<br />Eyewear<br />Watches<br />Fragrances<br />Cosmetics<br />Jewellery<br />Home interiors<br />
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    45. 45. Brands<br />Giorgio Armani<br />Armani Collezioni<br />Emporio Armani<br />Armani Jeans<br />Armani Exchange<br />Armani Junior<br />Armani/Casa<br />Other ventures<br />Armani Privé<br />Armani Cosmetics<br />Armani Hotels and Resorts<br />
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    47. 47. Armani Hotels and Resorts<br />In May 2005 Giorgio Armani S.p.A. signed an agreement with Emaar Properties to create a series of Armani Hotels & Resorts. Under the terms of this agreement Giorgio Armani undertook responsibility for originating and implementing design concepts that would define the style and mood of a new international chain of hotels, resorts and luxury residences scheduled to open in the world's leading cities and tourist destinations. The first of these Armani hotels opened in Dubai in May 2010, and will be followed by another in Milan in 2010.<br />
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    49. 49. Facts and Figures<br />Till now, its owned by its founder and it’s a sole proprietorship business.<br />Armani hotels has launched its first hotel in Burj Dubai and the hotel is named as BurjKhalifa.<br />
    50. 50. CSR<br />In 2006, Giorgio Armani went to the World Economic Forum in Davos to personally announce his support for (PRODUCT) RED, the pioneering global initiative founded by Bono and Bobby Shriver to fight AIDS in Africa.<br />
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