Golden Goose, the prestigious ten-year-old Italian brand of sneakers and lifestyle apparel, reports a 29.5 percent increase in its turnover to €100.5 million in 2016, announcing a target of €140 million for this year. It claims an Ebitda ratio of 30 percent. The brand showed at this week's Pitti Uomo fair in Florence for the first time. Ergon Capital Partners, which has controlled the firm since May 2015 together with the family that owns Marzotto, is said to be considering a public offering on the stock market. Meanwhile, it is planning to open seven new stores in Italy, Germany and the U.S.