Gabor Pushes Franchising And Emerging Markets

The big German shoe manufacturer jumped over the 300-million mark in 2008. Gabor’s global sales increased from €299 to 305 million, including the licensed Camel Active shoe collection, its own retail operations and royalties from licenses. Camel Active, however, slipped slightly from €57.1 to 56.4 million. About 55 percent of ...

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