INDITEX'S GLOBAL AND INTEGRATED PLATFORM IS CONTINUES TO GROW
In 2017, sales revenue 9% to €25.336 billion. Online sales in the Group’s 44 online markets grew 41% year-on-year to account for 10% of total sales.The Group has invested over €1.5 billion in innovative technology in recent years in order to drive growth in online sales and further integrate its physical stores and e-commerce platforms.
INDITEX AROUND THE WORLD
Find out more about the group's global footprint of physical stores and online platforms at year-end 2017.
RIGHT TO WEAR fashion is possible thanks to an integrated business model centred around customers with a focus on sustainability and efficiency.
Inditex feels is passionate about fashion. It is driven by meeting the needs of its customers. And it is committed to having a net positive impact thanks to its business philosophy: RIGHT TO WEAR.
CLOSING THE LOOP
Inditex is advancing towards a business model based on the circular economy. It is realising this through the efficient management of the product life cycleensuring nothing goes to waste. As part of its community and environmental commitments, it helps its customers give new life to the garments they no longer use, to lengthen the useful life of clothing.
Bring the clothes you are no longer using in to your nearest Zara store
Place them in one of the designated containers
They will be donated to local NGOs
They will be sorted so that they go to where they are needed the most
They will be reused and sold for charitable causes
They will be recycled to make industrial materials or new fibres and fabrics
Inditex is working with Lenzing on the manufacture of top quality textile raw materials from its textile waste and is championing research into technology for the creation of new textile fibres from recycled garments together with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Spanish universities.
tonnes of garments collected*
jobs created and/or preserved*
*In Spain, in cooperation with Caritas, since the project was launched