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The rise of Bernard Arnault and his luxury empire

Overview of Bernard Arnault and his business empire Growth and success of Bernard Arnault and his luxury empire LVMH   The Chairman and CEO of Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH), Bernard Arnault, often referred as the “Pope of fashion”, has built a multi-billion dollar luxury brand empire over the last three decades. Currently, his luxury brand portfolio consists...

Battle for the textile and apparel industry in Southeast Asia

The reasons for China’s decreasing presence in the industry Initiatives by the governments in Southeast Asia to boost the textile trade Vietnam and Bangladesh’s quest to conquer apparel industry and surpass India   Textile manufacturing is characterised as a high labour-intensive industry and the enterprise has been steering the economic growth in Southeast Asia....

Luxottica, from an acquirer to be acquired?

How will the merger affect Luxottica and Essilor? Will European Commission approve the amalgamation despite monopoly concerns? What will be the benefits for masses?   The vertical integration made Luxottica the world leader in the eyewear industry, this was mainly achieved by mergers and acquisitions and was explained in detail through Televisory’s previous blog...

Luxottica: How vertical integration has made it the world leader in eyewear

Luxottica with revenues of €8.8 billion clearly emerged as the market leader in Televisory’s earlier analysis through a blog on the eyewear industry. In addition, it emphasised on the operational and financial position of the selected key players. In this blog, Televisory analysed Luxottica’s vertically integrated business model, that enabled it to acquire more than 50% of the market share....

Cotton Yarn spinning, cost and revenue drivers vis-à-vis India and China

China is the world leader in yarn spinning with more than 250 million spindles and 35.38 million tonnes of production, and both cotton and polyester yarn being significant constituents. India is the 2 nd largest producer of yarn, with 50 million spindles and 0.75 million rotors. It produces 6.6 million tonnes of spun yarn, of which 61% is cotton yarn. The Indian government has been largely...

Eyewear manufacturing industry, a study of present operational scenario and future potential

The global eyewear market, which is primarily driven by demographics, lifestyle and the ageing population, stood at USD 102.7 billion in 2015 and is expected to reach USD 141 billion by 2020. Spectacles hold a major share in the eyewear market with over 55% of the total volumes. However, the market for contact lenses and sunglasses is expected to grow substantially at a CAGR of 12% and 9%...

Footwear marathon, an analysis of operations and returns

The global footwear market is expected to reach US$ 350 billion in revenues by 2020. Presently, the market size is pegged and estimated at US$ 260 billion, with c. 35% or approx. US$ 92 billion of the market share, attributed to Athletic Footwear (A.F). The remaining 65% of the market share is claimed by Non-Athletic Footwear (N.A.F). However, the athletic footwear industry is expected to grow...

Cotton growing nations and key operational analysis

The key cotton producing nations are China, India, United States and Pakistan. They roughly produce 37% of global cotton, with China and India contributing 67% and 25% respectively of the aforementioned 37% global cotton output. However,  undoubtedly North America was one of the largest producers, which produced 3,222 Mn Kgs of cotton, it has slowly and steadily given way to countries...

Outsourcing in garment manufacturing.

  A road to profit shareholders. Outsourcing can be stated as a real life implementation of the "Comparative Advantage Theory", since outsourcing, earlier has never been considered as significant, as it is in today's globalised business world. The process of sourcing goods at cheaper rates from developing countries, primarily attribute to a low cost of labour. This...

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Content with tag textile^ apparels and accessories .

Battle for the textile and apparel industry in Southeast Asia

The reasons for China’s decreasing presence in the industry Initiatives by the governments in Southeast Asia to boost the textile trade Vietnam and Bangladesh’s quest to conquer...

Luxottica: How vertical integration has made it the world leader in eyewear

Luxottica with revenues of €8.8 billion clearly emerged as the market leader in Televisory’s earlier analysis through a blog on the eyewear industry. In addition, it emphasised on the operational...

Eyewear manufacturing industry, a study of present operational scenario and future potential

The global eyewear market, which is primarily driven by demographics, lifestyle and the ageing population, stood at USD 102.7 billion in 2015 and is expected to reach USD 141 billion by 2020....

The rise of Bernard Arnault and his luxury empire

Overview of Bernard Arnault and his business empire Growth and success of Bernard Arnault and his luxury empire LVMH   The Chairman and CEO of Moet Hennessy Louis...

Cotton Yarn spinning, cost and revenue drivers vis-à-vis India and China

China is the world leader in yarn spinning with more than 250 million spindles and 35.38 million tonnes of production, and both cotton and polyester yarn being significant constituents. India is...

Footwear marathon, an analysis of operations and returns

The global footwear market is expected to reach US$ 350 billion in revenues by 2020. Presently, the market size is pegged and estimated at US$ 260 billion, with c. 35% or approx. US$ 92 billion of...

Cotton growing nations and key operational analysis

The key cotton producing nations are China, India, United States and Pakistan. They roughly produce 37% of global cotton, with China and India contributing 67% and 25% respectively of the...

Luxottica, from an acquirer to be acquired?

How will the merger affect Luxottica and Essilor? Will European Commission approve the amalgamation despite monopoly concerns? What will be the benefits for masses?   ...

Outsourcing in garment manufacturing.

  A road to profit shareholders. Outsourcing can be stated as a real life implementation of the "Comparative Advantage Theory", since outsourcing, earlier has never...