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VF Corp

VF Corp announces full year results

May 20, 2022 / United States
The US-based apparel and footwear group has reported revenue growth of 28% over fiscal 2022, reaching 11.8 billion US dollars, as compared to fiscal 2021

Timberland launches first full circular shoe

May 5, 2022 / United States
In addition to unveiling the first footwear model, Timberloop Trekker City Hiker, designed for full circularity, the brand is expanding its product take-back programme into some European markets

Kevin Bailey appointed Global Brand President of Vans

Mar 23, 2022 / United States
VF Corporation has announced the return of the veteran executive to the brand, after holding several leadership roles at VF. He will replace Doug Palladini, who has occupied this position since 2006

VF confirms full year outlook

Feb 2, 2022 / United States
The US-based apparel and footwear group has posted revenue growth of 22% in the third quarter of fiscal 2022, driven by the performances in the EMEA and North American regions

Timberland launches take-back programme

Jan 17, 2022 / United States
The Timberloop scheme enables customers to return any used footwear and apparel to give them a new life. It is part of the VF-Corp-owned-brand goal of reaching full circularity by 2030

Fashion bets on data-analysis science

Jan 4, 2022 / World
The Retail Data-Forwardness Index shows that 22 leading global fashion companies employed 40.3% more data related professionals in 2021 than in 2020

VF achieves 100% LWG-audited leather

Nov 23, 2021 / United States
The US apparel and footwear group, owner of brands such as Timberland and Vans, has published its fourth Made for Change sustainability and responsibility report

VF and WaterAid partner to vaccinate Cambodians

Oct 21, 2021 / Cambodia
As citizens in Cambodia are battling the pandemic, food shortages and loss of income, the US-based group, owner of brand Vans and Timberland, is helping with the vaccination process

VF announces year end results marked by growth in the last quarter

Jun 29, 2021 / United States
In the last fiscal year, the company suffered the impacts of the pandemic like many other retailers. However, VF's most recent quarter saw growth in key areas, with revenue growing by 23% in the last three months of the fiscal year

VF is selling the occupational portion of its work segment

Apr 30, 2021 / United States
A global player of branded lifestyle apparel, footwear and accessories, VF Corporation, announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to sell the occupational portion of its work segment to a subsidiary of Redwood Capital Investments, LLC, an holding company

Tapestry appoints Scott A. Roe CFO and Head of Strategy

Apr 30, 2021 / United States
The New York-based house of modern luxury accessories and lifestyle brands, announced Scott A. Roe will be the new CFO, effective from the 1st of June 2021 onwards. Mr. Roe will have responsibility for all finance functions as well as leading the Company’s Strategy and Consumer Insights teams

Susie Mulder appointed Global Brand President for Timberland

Mar 5, 2021 / United States
VF Corporation, the owner of the Timberland, announced the appointment of Susie Mulder as Global Brand President of the brand. She begins in her new role on the 5th of April and will report to VF’s Chairman, President and CEO, Steve Rendle

VF named one of the world’s most ethical companies

Feb 24, 2021 / United States
The recognition by Ethisphere honours those companies that outstand in leading, making values-based decisions and overall commitment to integrity. This was the fifth consecutive year VF Corporation got the nomination

VF to buy Supreme

Nov 10, 2020 / United States
The branded lifestyle apparel, footwear and accessories group VF announced a definitive merger agreement has been achieved to acquire Supreme, a privately-owned global streetwear brand from current investors, The Carlyle Group and Goode Partners

VF shows signs of recovery with higher than expected results

Oct 22, 2020 / United States
The owner of brands such as Vans, The North Face and Timberland, registered declining revenue in the second quarter (-18%). Notwistanding, VF's results have surpassed their internal expectations, which is being taken as a positive sign of recovery
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