Geox cuts net loss by half in 2021

Geox cuts net loss by half in 2021

Translated by

Nicola Mira

In 2021, Italian footwear manufacturer Geox

A model by Geox – DR

In 2021, Geox’s online sales, generated both directly and via third-party e-tailers, grew by 30% and now account for one third of the group’s revenue.

Sales in the wholesale channel were worth €306.2 million, up 18% compared to 2020, and now account for a 50.3% share of the total, as opposed to 48.3% a year earlier.

The revenue of Geox’s monobrand stores, 768 of them as of December 31 2021, was €302.6 million, up by a more modest 9.4%.

Europe, excluding Italy, remains the group’s main market, generating sales for €278.2 million, up by 11.2%.

The Italian domestic market was instead worth €153.8 million for Geox, equivalent to a 23.1% increase. North America generated a revenue of €26.8 million, up by 8.3%.

In the rest of the world, Geox generated a revenue of €150 million, an 11.2% rise. In more detail, sales in the Asia-Pacific region fell by 8.5%, owing to an overhaul of the group’s business in Japan, which was handed over to a distributor. Sales grew by 11% in China and by 17.7% in Eastern Europe, driven by Russia, a market that grew by 23% in 2021.

Geox has recently unveiled its 2022-2024 strategic plan, and is targeting a revenue of €800 million by 2024.

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