Financial results – Page 9

  • Aqualung Group

    Aqualung expects double-digit growth in 2023, pursues “Horizon 2027” strategy


    The Aqualung Group initiated a global plan 8 months ago, “Horizon 2027,” aimed at expanding its global leadership position in diving equipment, including for military and professional applications, as well as high-performance water sports products. The renewed executive team, led by Bruno Cercley, President and CEO since December 2022, is ...

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    On Holding raises FY23 outlook; UK, Germany drive EMEA in Q1


    On Holding hiked its FY23 revenue forecast by 2.4 percent to at least 1.74 billion (€1.79b) today as it reported 78 percent Q1 revenue growth to CHF 420.2 million (€418.6m) and a 166 percent year-over-year Ebit increase to CHF 51.5 million (€52.9m) for the three months ended March 31. Other ...

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    Technogym posts double-digit sales increase in Q1, driven by B2B


    Technogym, the Italian specialist in equipment and digital technologies for fitness, has reported consolidated revenues of €175 million for the first quarter of 2023, representing a 15.2 percent increase compared to the same period of 2022, or a 15.5 percent increase at constant exchange rates. The sales increase was driven ...

  • Fila

    Fila Holdings’ Q1 sales, profits dominated by Acushnet


    Struggling with a bloated inventory market in the U.S. and sales channel adjustments in its home South Korea market, Fila Holdings relied on Acushnet Co. to generate the majority of its Q1 revenues and operating profit. Operating income declined by 14.7 percent in constant currency to KRW 160,379 million ...

  • Mizuno

    Golf segment helps drive Mizuno to record FY22 sales


    Global golf sales coupled with strong baseball, soccer and work segment results in its home Japanese market were key contributors to Mizuno’s record FY22 results. Double-digit year-on-year revenue improvement in all regions Total revenues rose by 23 percent to ¥212.0 billion (€1.44b) from ¥172.7 million for the 12 months ended ...


    Wolverine explores options for Sperry as Q1 beats forecasts but conditions tighten


    Wolverine Worldwide reported better-than-expected first quarter results and said it was exploring options for its Sperry footwear and apparel brand as it works to reshape its business amid a deterioration in market trends since the start of the year, macroeconomic concerns and a cold spring selling season that has hit ...

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    GoPro sees opportunity from new go-to-market effort


    After three years of a pandemic-induced strategy that focused on a reduced retail presence by about 30 percent, lower marketing expenditures, and an exit from an entry-level SKU due to supply chain constraints, GoPro has adjusted its go-to-market approach. The GoPro group believes its new line of attack – ...

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    Surge in Asian markets bolsters Asics Corp. in Q1


    Significant recoveries in China, Southeast and South Asia and its home market of Japan were big contributors to Asics Corp.’s largest Q1 sales quarter ever as the company generated a 120 percent increase in operating income to ¥22,120 million (€161.5m) for the period ended March 31. Net profit attributable to ...

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    Topgolf Callaway beats Q1 forecasts but trims FY estimates as venue bookings slip


    Topgolf Callaway Brands beat earnings and sales forecasts for its first financial quarter but trimmed profit forecasts as corporate bookings at its Topgolf venues tailed off slightly at the end of the three month period.

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    Amazon posts 9% sales increase in Q1

    2023-05-10T12:06:00Z, Inc. posted net sales of $127.4 billion in the first quarter of 2023, representing a 9 percent increase versus the first quarter 2022.

  • Under Armour

    Under Armour’s new CEO establishes strategy as latest earnings announced


    Coming out of FY23 where sales and profitability increased but gross margin slipped due mostly to currency impact and the promotional environment in its home U.S. market, Under Armour is charging forward under new CEO Stephanie Linnartz with its new “Protect This House 3” objectives. 

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    Alpargatas looks to boost efficiency, seeks new CEO as sales and margins decrease in Q1


    Alpargatas reported a decline in sales volumes, revenues and margins in the first quarter of 2023, as it focuses on boosting operational efficiencies amid a “challenging” demand scenario and persistent inflation. The Brazilian owner of the flip-flop sandal brand Havaianas is also looking for a new CEO following the resignation ...

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    Acushnet Holdings posts solid results in seasonally strong quarter


    Acushnet Holdings, the parent of the Titleist, FootJoy, and KJUS brands, produced a 15.2 percent increase in Q1 net income to $93.3 million versus $81.0 million in the year-ago period ended March 31. Total revenues, benefitting from new product introductions for another golf season and enhanced supply chain and customization ...

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    Moncler Q1 revenues driven by DTC; new CEO for Stone Island


    The DTC channel paced Q1 sales growth for the Moncler Group, rising by 34 percent on a constant-currency basis to €501.5 million for the Moncler brand and 40 percent to €39.1 million for the Stone Island business, which will have a new CEO in Robert Triefus on June 1. ...

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    Adidas begins "bumpy year" with flat revenues, big operating income decline


    After working aggressively and diligently in his first 90 days on the job to simplify and accelerate processes at Adidas, CEO Bjorn Gulden is straightforward when offering a brand assessment for the company in both the short and long term. “Adidas has all the ingredients to be the best ...

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    Peloton makes more strides, prepares app and brand relaunch


    Further positive developments at Peloton Interactive, including a 64 percent reduction in the Q3 net loss and a 5 percent gain in connected fitness subscriptions, are dimmed by a $75 million settlement and patent license agreement with DISH Technologies that will negatively impact Q4 cash flow. The connected fitness ...

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    Brooks Running with 20% sales growth in Q1


    After a record 2022, Brooks Running carried the momentum into the first quarter of 2023, reporting 20 percent year-over-year sales growth globally, including a record 32-percent increase in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. In the first quarter, Brooks saw strong brand demand across all retail channels as ...

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    Garmin with losses in EMEA and gains in Americas, sticks to FY outlook


    Garmin, which generated an 85 percent increase in Q1 free cash flow to nearly $232.4 million and paid a quarterly dividend approaching $140 million, is standing by its FY23 financial guidance that calls for approximate revenues of $5.0 billion and pro forma EPS of $5.15 a share. In Q1, ...

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    Long-term growth outlook for Champion is solid despite current challenges


    Hanesbrands, the Champion parent, is excited about the long-term outlook for the activewear brand despite current brand challenges in the U.S. and China. Besides facing lower sell-in shipments in China in Q1, Champion’s business was negatively impacted in its home U.S. market by a slowdown in consumer spending and high ...

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    Vulcabras posts strong Q1 results


    Despite unstable macroeconomic conditions and a challenging retail environment, the Brazilian Vulcabras group reported record revenues and strong gross margin and Ebit growth in Q1, which ended March 31. Ebit rose by 45 percent to 93.2 million Brazilian reais (€16.7m) as the year-over-year gross margin grew by 430 basis points ...