By leveraging exceptionnal quality resources optimized by Kering, the Group is crafting tomorrow’s Luxury and creating value that it shares with its stakeholders.

By leveraging exceptional quality resources…

  • EXPANSIVE SENSE OF ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITY

    The Group’s actions and business practices founded on an expansive sense of ethical responsibility combined with strong values
  • 38,068 EMPLOYEES

    with exceptional know-how and creativity
  • RESPONSIBLE USE OF NATURAL RESOURCES

    and raw materials, guided by our 2025 roadmap
  • INNOVATIONS TO PRODUCTS AND PROCESSES

    Key levers for differentiation, and exceptional customer experience
  • A network of SEVERAL THOUSAND SUPPLIERS

    mainly located in Italy
  • 1,381 DIRECTLY OPERATED STORES

    and a growing number of ateliers
  • €956M IN GROSS OPERATING INVESTMENTS

    to support the growth of the Houses
  • A stable SHAREHOLDER STRUCTURE

    combined with international capital and a committed governance to support the Group’s long-term development

optimized by Kering, the Group is crafting tomorrow’s Luxury…

  • 1

    1 一 A VISION

  • 2

    2 一 A MULTI-BRAND MODEL

  • 3

    3 一 A VALUE CHAIN

  • 4

    4 一 A STRATEGY

  • 5

    5 一 TO SUPPORT OUR AMBITION

  • Embracing creativity for a modern, bold vision of Luxury
  • built on a long-term approach and creative autonomy for the Houses
  • bringing key advantages
    — Upstream positioning and integration in the value chain
    — Cross-business expertise, e.g. Kering Eyewear
    — Shared support functions
    — Kering Standards, the common foundation for implementing the 2025 Sustainability strategy
  • that aims to harness the full potential of Luxury to grow faster than our markets
    — Promoting organic growth
    — Enhancing synergies and developing growth platforms
  • To be the world’s most influential Luxury group in terms of creativity, sustainability and long-term economic performance

and creating value...

  • Revenue 2019

  • Revenue by exceptional Houses in 2019

  • Revenue in the different product categories in 2019

and creating value...

CUSTOMERS
— Several prizes and awards acknowledging the Houses’ creativity
— Direct distribution channels guaranteeing service quality and respect for the image of the Houses, representing 78% of revenue
— An increasingly digital experience with growth of more than 20% in online sales
  • Revenue 2019

  • Revenue by exceptional Houses in 2019

  • Revenue in the different product categories in 2019

... that the Group shares with its stakeholders.

€1.98 billion paid in salaries and employer contributions

82.5% of employees trained

Kering’s entire staff covered by progressive employment practices, including 14 weeks of paid Baby Leave
Extension of the Plug and Play – Fashion for Good partnership to China with the organization of the first K Generation Award

Materials Innovation Lab (MIL) and Sustainable Innovation Lab (SIL) focused on Watches and Jewelry
Resource optimization resulting in annual savings of nearly €1 million as part of the Clean By Design program and an average 19% reduction in greenhouse gases emissions (2015-2018) at participating suppliers

3,441 audits conducted with suppliers on social, environmental and sourcing issues (+42% since 2015)
More than €2.4 million paid by our Houses to cultural sector projects

More than 1 million people reached via social media in the 3 countries hosting the “16 Days 16 Films” campaign (Kering Foundation)
Nearly 500 experts trained at Kering’s Houses since 2015 via around twenty programs to support excellence in craftsmanship

First MOOC on sustainability launched in 2018, extended to China in 2019
2.4 million metric tons of CO2 offset via projects in favor of local communities and biodiversity thanks to the support from REDD+ carbon offset programs

More than €2.7 million donated by the Houses to combat poverty, and for healthcare, education and training
A balanced and rewarding dividend distribution policy, dividend in cash: €8 a share in 20191
14% reduction in EP&L impact between 2015 and 2018

Roll-out of Kering Standards across all activities, new animal welfare standard published in 2019

Carbon neutrality in Scopes 1, 2 and 3 achieved in 2018 for Kering’s operations and supply chains

Kering, founding member of the Fashion Pact

88% of key materials traced back to their country of origin

EMPLOYEES

€1.98 billion paid in salaries and employer contributions

82.5% of employees trained

Kering’s entire staff covered by progressive employment practices, including 14 weeks of paid Baby Leave

ACTORS OF INNOVATION

Extension of the Plug and Play – Fashion for Good partnership to China with the organization of the first K Generation Award

Materials Innovation Lab (MIL) and Sustainable Innovation Lab (SIL) focused on Watches and Jewelry

SUPPLIERS AND SUBONTRACTORS

Resource optimization resulting in annual savings of nearly €1 million as part of the Clean By Design program and an average 19% reduction in greenhouse gases emissions (2015-2018) at participating suppliers

3,441 audits conducted with suppliers on social, environmental and sourcing issues (+42% since 2015)

NGOS AND CIVIL SOCIETY

More than €2.4 million paid by our Houses to cultural sector projects

More than 1 million people reached via social media in the 3 countries hosting the “16 Days 16 Films” campaign (Kering Foundation)

CREATIVE TALENTS AND EXCELLENCE IN CRAFTSMANSHIP

Nearly 500 experts trained at Kering’s Houses since 2015 via around twenty programs to support excellence in craftsmanship

First MOOC on sustainability launched in 2018, extended to China in 2019

LOCAL COMMUNITIES

2.4 million metric tons of CO2 offset via projects in favor of local communities and biodiversity thanks to the support from REDD+ carbon offset programs

More than €2.7 million donated by the Houses to combat poverty, and for healthcare, education and training

SHAREHOLDERS AND FINANCIAL COMMUNITY

A balanced and rewarding dividend distribution policy, dividend in cash: €8 a share in 20191

ENVIRONMENT

14% reduction in EP&L impact between 2015 and 2018

Roll-out of Kering Standards across all activities, new animal welfare standard published in 2019

Carbon neutrality in Scopes 1, 2 and 3 achieved in 2018 for Kering’s operations and supply chains

Kering, founding member of the Fashion Pact

88% of key materials traced back to their country of origin

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