Tjx Conpanies Incorporated .ppt

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International Business, ppt of Tjx Company Incorporated ...for MBA Students Prepared by JITHURAM .C.M Student of LEAD College of Management , Palakkad

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    1. 1. WELCOME JITHU RAM INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MBA , S3 LEAD College of Management
    2. 2. Company Name & Logo
    3. 3. Type Industry Country Founded in Founder Employees Traded in NYSE as Revenue : : : : : : : : Public Retail United States of America 1956 T.J. Maxx 1,54,000 TJX US$21.9 billion (2012)
    4. 4. HISTORY • Founded in 1956 as Zayre discount department store by T.J. Maxx . • In 1988, Zayre sold their own nameplate to Ames, a rival discount department store chain. • Then the company renamed itself to TJX Companies, Incorporated
    5. 5. Products • • • • • • Clothing footwear furniture jewelry beauty products house wares
    6. 6. Countries Present • • • • • • United States of America (USA) Canada England (UK) Ireland Germany Poland In total TJX operates 2,743 stores in the United States, Canada, England and Ireland.
    7. 7. MILE STONES • In 1962 begins trading on the New York Stock Exchange. • In 1969 Zayre acquires Hit or Miss, an off-price women's specialty apparel chain. • In 1988, Zayre sold their own nameplate to Ames, a rival discount department store chain.
    8. 8. • In 1990 TJX acquires Winners Apparel of Canada, a family apparel stores. • In 1995 TJX acquires Marshalls, the U.S.'s second largest off-price retailer. • In 2003 TJX acquires Bob's Stores • In 2012 TJX acquires Sierra Trading Post, an off-price internet retailer.
    9. 9. CSR Vendor Social Compliance Attention to Governance Leveraging Differences United With Our Communities Environmental Initiatives
    10. 10. COMPETITORS Wal-Mart Target Corp. Ross Stores Inc. Kohl’s Corp. Retail Ventures Stein Mart (ROST) (KSS) (RVI) (SMRT)
    11. 11. THANK YOU…

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