Exclusive extracts from this 25-page-long report:
- Who is the player?
Inditex is one of the largest fashion groups in the world. The first Zara store was opened in 1975, and the first online store, zarahome.com, went live in 2007. The group owns and operates eight brands: Zara and Zara Home, Berksha, Stradivarius, Pull&Bear, Massimo Dutti, Oysho, and Uterqüe. [...].
- What are the player's strategies?
While the digital channel has given a significant lift to Inditex's top line, physical stores continue to play a key role in the group's expansion plans. Inditex has been intensively engaged in revamping its physical store concept in order to keep it relevant in the digital age. […]
- What are the player's strengths and weaknesses?
Highly vertically integrated supply chain that allows the group to adjust production rapidly […]
Comprehensive digital capabilities across operations (inventory management, online, in-store, etc.) […]
Heavy reliance on the Zara brand (69% of revenues in 2018) […]
High growth Asia and ROW segment contributed only 19.8% of 2018 revenues and saw the slowest growth […]
- What is the player's financial position?
The financial indicators presented in the report include: Consolidated net revenues, Consolidated operating income and margin, Consolidated net profit and margin, R&D spending and ratio, Sales by segment, Sales performance by segment, Sales by region, Sales performance by region, Profitability ratios, Liquidity ratios, Solvency ratios and Free cash flow and capital expenditure.