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Inditex is a multibrand fashion conglomerate, founded in 1985. Zara is its flagship brand (including Zara Home), generating over 69% of the company’s revenue and around 72% of profits. Other brands include Pull & Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho, Uterque. The company operates through over 7,000 stores globally, over 2,000 of them belonging to the Zara brand. Sixty-five percent of revenue is generated in the European home market, while the Americas and Asia contribute 15% and 20%, respectively. The company keeps design in-house while mostly outsourcing manufacturing (own manufacturing comprises only a low-single-digit percentage of output). Around 60% of manufacturing is done in proximity to the company’s headquarters in Spain, and then shipped globally.
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