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Coach Contributes Nearly 70% Of Tapestry's Revenues
Note:Tapestry's reported Fiscal Year is July to June. Also Coach's share to total revenue steeply declined in 2018 due to acquisition of Kate Spade
Coach Revenues as % of total revenues =[ A/B ]
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Coach consistently contributes a majority of the company’s revenues, with an average revenue share of more than 80% in the last 4 years.The segment grew by 1.2% year-over-year in fiscal 2019 (ending June), contributing nearly $50 million to total incremental revenues.We expect the segment to remain the key growth driver for the company, and record $4.3 billion in revenues in FY’20.The growth is expected to be driven by strong international growth and increased usage across e-commerce platformsMoreover, the brand's brick-and-mortar business is also expected to thrive, particularly in China, thanks to strong product offerings.
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Coach Has Delivered Positive Comparable Sales Growth Over The Last Couple Of YearsCoach has seen steady growth in the last few years, with the brand achieving positive comparable sale growth of 1.5% and 2% in FY’18 and FY’19 respectivelyOn the other hand, Tapestry’s second-largest brand and
latest acquisition, Kate Spade has actually weighed on the company’s performance with the brand delivering negative comparable sales growth of over 7% in the last couple of years.
Kate Spade Comps
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