德勤:Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2020

  • 时间:2020 年
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  • 页数:51

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德勤:Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2020
Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2020 The new age of fashion and luxury Contents Foreword 3 Quick statistics 4 The new age of fashion and luxury 5 Top 10 highlights 17 Top 100 24 Geographic analysis 31 Product sector analysis 37 New entrants 42 Fastest 20 43 Study methodology and data sources 45 Endnotes 47 Contacts 50 Foreword Welcome to the seventh edition of Global Powers of Luxury Goods. At the time of writing, the COVID-19 pandemic has inflicted many losses: human, social and economic. What we are now experiencing is an unprecedented moment of crisis in modern history. However, it is during uncertain times that companies often come up with new ideas, converting the crisis into an opportunity, and adopting a long-term vision of future challenges. This prolonged disruptive situation is creating profound changes in consumer behavior and how companies are responding to these changes—prompting a debate about the future of the fashion and luxury industry. There is a general feeling of rethinking luxury and driving it in new directions, considering which business models will be feasible and more relevant in the new normal. Tradition and responsiveness, two elements that have always characterized luxury companies, will both be required to face great challenges in the post-COVID environment. We see the pandemic acting as a divider between the old way of doing business and the new scenario that is taking shape, characterized by changing consumer behavior. Hence, in this report, we talk about a new age for fashion and luxury and will explore the main trends that will drive the industry in the coming months. The report also presents the 100 largest luxury goods companies globally, based on the consolidated sales of luxury goods in FY2019, which we define as financial years ending within the 12 months to 31 December 2019. Over the past year, the luxury goods market has increased its overall value, but registered a lower growth rate. Among the causes impacting growth in FY2019, the effect of protectionist policies and trade restrictions might be the most important, with big luxury goods markets such as China and the United States both registering lower year-on-year growth. The world’s Top 100 luxury goods companies generated revenues of US$281 billion in FY2019, up from US$266 billion in the previous year (an increase of US$15 billion), and achieved annual growth of 8.5% on a currency-adjusted composite basis, lower than the previous year’s 9.6%. From the FY2019 data we can see a general shift toward concentration in the industry. For the first time in seven editions, the Top 10 luxury c...
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