SGI Europe Executive Edition: Vol 35 - 13+14

SGI Europe Vol 35 n°13+14-1

Nike posts digital decline for first time in nine years | Lululemon posts strong Q4 results, some Q1 softness in US | Majority of Foot Locker’s annual non-US sales generated by five countries | DFB’s Strategic Shift: Adidas to Nike, Redefining Football Apparel’s Future | Anta Sports’ FY23 operating profit rises 45 percent | Fila Holdings continues to reshape business model | Busy summer of sports, soft comps should bolster JD Sports Nike addresses backlash over England kit for Euro 2024 | Shein considers supply chain as a service | Grupo SBF improves key metrics in FY23 | Lamoda Sport and DeSport gear up development strategies | Competition on marketplaces is becoming increasingly difficult: Russian retailers

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