Atwood ensures that the future of industry is based on sustainability, expected both by consumers and investors.
The Spanish giant has signed an agreement up with the Salvadoran company of department stores, partner also of Inditex in Central America, to start operating in Costa Rica, El Salvador and Guatemala.
The perfumes company will expand and modernise the facilities of Expressions Parfumées, the French company it owns since the end of last year.
The company has hired by Carolina de la Calzada, Eva Gallego and Lina Lopera, who will lead three strategic areas of the business.
Before the end of the year, the group will concrete its landing in Costa Rica with the first store opening in the country, located in San José.
The Commons’ cross-party Environmental Audit Committee called upon executives from the sector regarding low-cost fashion’s environmental impact and the wages of garment workers.
“We will not see double digit growths in the sector anymore”, sentenced Joëlle de Montgolfier, Bain&Company analyst in the regions of Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
The department stores corporation settles fashion development in three keystones: own brand sales, third party sales and its independent chain Sfera.
It is the least important category in the sales of the group’s own brands. Out of the ten firms that are less profitable, nine are of women’s fashion
The general manager of Spanish luxury hub Puerto Banús sustains that there is still room for a bigger development of luxury market in the country.
The Spanish port, one of the districts with a higher purchasing ticket in the country, has created the first sales department to attract more brands.