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“You cannot solve the sustainability agenda overnight,” explains Frank Henke, global director of social and environmental affairs at German sporting goods giant Adidas Group. Indeed, as he tells just-style, the company has faced a moving target since it launched its first sustainability programmes some 15 to 20 years ago – and that target is today moving faster than ever.
Adidas Group CEO Herbert Hainer is confident that major investments in the World Cup this summer are paying off. In an interview with just-style news editor Joe Ayling, he also discusses sourcing, currencies and his vision for the Reebok brand.
Sporting goods giant Adidas recorded a much-reduced fourth-quarter net profit, impacted by currency headwinds, a slump in Russia and a weak golf market.
The most-read stories on just-style this week include a look at why low labour cost countries are exposed to the highest risks, a new tentative agreement on a new five-year contract for US West Coast dockworkers, and more than 30% of cotton sourced by Adidas Group in 2014 was Better Cotton.
German sportswear giant Adidas has said its search for a replacement for CEO Herbert Hainer will be a long-term process, after the chief executive confirmed details of the process in a letter to employees this week.
German sportswear giant Adidas has expanded its relationship with the Demandware Commerce platform to a global scale.
Sporting goods giant Adidas Group has said it plans to return up to EUR1.5bn (US$1.89bn) to its shareholders over the next three years.
German sporting goods giant Adidas Group has been named as the world's third most sustainable company this year, according to a ranking released by Toronto-based media company Corporate Knights to coincide with the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Speculation emerged last week that a group of investors is planning to bid for Adidas Group's Reebok unit, and that a likely sale would enable the German sportswear giant to realign its strategy as a fitness and lifestyle brand.
adidas Group in Apparel and Footwear (France)
In France, adidas is focusing on three main sports to drive sales - football, running and basketball. These three sports contribute the most to the company’s turnover and are the most dynamic areas of...
adidas Group in Apparel and Footwear (Germany)
adidas is striving to remain the leading player in the sports goods industry in Germany, with brands built on a passion for sport and sporting lifestyles as well as long-standing tradition. In order t...
adidas Group in Apparel (World)
Germany-based sportswear giant adidas Group continues to trail perennial rival Nike Inc but has started to outperform its great competitor. adidas Group has increased its focus on developing company-o...
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