Jimmy Choo’s turnover up by 9.2% in the first months. Highly likely “another record year”

For the first half of the year, Jimmy Choo has announced a profit growth of 27.9% (14.4 million pounds, about 19 million euros at current rare) and a turnover of + 9.2%, for a value of 173.1 million pounds (240 million euros at current rate). Good sales were registered worldwide especially in China, where also the new men’s collections performed well. Good results were also registered in Milan despite the temporary closure of its flagship store for refurbishment. Revenues amounted to + 173.1 million pounds (240 million euros) that corresponded to an increase of + 9.2%, with sales up by + 3.8%. The CEO of Jimmy Choo, Pierre Denis, referred to 2016 as  another “record year” that will keep the London-based company in line with the estimated budget.


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