Among the fashion, beauty and jewelry companies that made the top 75 list are L’Oréal, Unilever, Chico’s, The Estée Lauder Cos., Gap, Inc., Kendra Scott and VF Corp.
Unilever announced in June it was simplifying its legal structure to create “a company with greater strategic flexibility, better positioned for future success.”
Underlying growth was fueled by new shopping habits brought on by COVID-19.
In the not-too-distant future, companies in The Fashion Pact could be dictating legislation to governments around the world.
The group’s Dutch shareholders voted in favor of a single London home base for the group.
The Unilever-owned brand has a new redesign to mark its retail distribution that will begin in October at Walmart.
Loop is taking its effort to curb single-use packaging national with expansion to 48 states.
The “brandtech” firm has acquired U.S. influencer marketing company Collectively, which it will merge with TheAmplify.
Unilever’s ceo Alan Jope described the first half as “testing,” with record levels of growth, and decline — all happening at the same time.
The consumer giant said it would allocate resources to regions “week by week” as they recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, and plans to ramp up marketing campaigns in the second half.
Major brands are pulling their advertising from the social media platform as part of the “Stop Hate For Profit” campaign.
The social media giant is facing a growing ad boycott and a new call to fire a top policy executive, Joel Kaplan.