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  • Zamand Moradrasoli,Angelika Lang, Ksenia Russu IED Barcelona 2011
  • History IED Barcelona 2011
  • Mission IED Barcelona 2011
  • Brands IED Barcelona 2011
  • Strategy PPRs business strategy is forward-looking, seizing new opportunities and relying on innovation and change. The Group’s energies remain focused on overall growth and constant reinvention by building new brands, extending thegeographic footprint of its companies, inventing new products andoriginal concepts, and implementing modern ways to communicate with consumers. "The approach we have is to be in the right business at the right time. Its the approach of an investor. I dont want to put all my eggs in one basket. Im really here to build something and to keep on building a group." IED Barcelona 2011
  • Turnover IED Barcelona 2011
  • Share price IED Barcelona 2011
  • Future outlook IED Barcelona 2011
  • Facts PUMA has sprinted to its "best ever" first-quarter 2011 results and even grew sales in Japan, despite the tsunami disaster. The brand, which is owned by the French luxury group PPR, grew its sales by 9.3 per cent to €773m (£686m).PPR made its move into the luxury goods sector of the retail market that year when it set itssights on Gucci Group. It secured a 42 percent interest in the firm, which set off a battlewith competitor LVMH. At the time of PPRs purchase, LVMH was making ahostile play to acquire Gucci. PPR and LVHM battled it out in courts forover two years and finally came to an agreement in Sept 2001. PPRs stable of global luxury brands includes a 99% stake in Italian luxury goods company Gucci Group, and luxury brands Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Boucheron, Bottega Veneta, Stella McCartney, and Yves Saint Laurent, among others IED Barcelona 2011
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  • Job offers IED Barcelona 2011
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