The latest financial results and analysis from the key players in the eyewear industry.
KRYS GROUP up 5 % in 2022, announces 2028 plan and targets
Having achieved its Vision 2025 plan targets – €1 billion in network sales and a 2.5-point market share gain – two years ahead schedule, the KRYS GROUP presented a new 5-year strategic plan at its general assembly last weekend. The retailer also communicated its financial results for the fiscal year ...
KITS Eyecare up 11% last year, 29% in Q4
Canadian-based online retailer KITS Eyecare has reported $91.6 million in revenue for 2022, representing an 11.2 percent increase from the previous year. As shown in our table below, the company also reported substantial improvements in both gross and operating margins. Its bottom line however remained in the red for the ...
Safilo targets 4% annual growth pace for 2023-2027
The Safilo Group has confirmed an 11.1 percent year-on-year revenue for 2022 to €1,077 million as already announced in January when the company released its preliminary results, in spite of a strong deceleration in the last quarter of the year. We are focusing in this article on new information provided ...
MyDay, myopia management keep driving CVI
CooperCompanies has reported a 4 percent year-on-year increase in revenue to $581 million for its CooperVision unit in the first quarter of its fiscal year. In organic terms, sales went up by 10 percent versus Q1 2022 with homogenous growth across all region.
National Vision in the red in Q4 as uninsured customer base is hit by inflation
National Vision, the U.S. third largest optical retailer, has reported decreasing sales and sharp profitability drops for both the last quarter of 2022 and the full year, which sent the company’s stock price tumbling.
Warby Parker sees more store openings, looks to improve profitability after mixed Q4
Warby Parker expects to open another 40 stores in 2023, while it also looks to improve profitability and grow its top line by another 8-10 percent despite continued economic uncertainty and a “depressed consumer environment”.
Up 21% in 2022, TOG forecasts 5-8% growth this year
The Thai Optical Group posted a 21 percent year-on-year increase in revenue to 2,980 million Thai baht (€80 m) for 2022. The lens maker said that its sales rebound was mostly due to the easing of pandemic-related restrictions in most markets.
EssilorLuxottica posts record revenue for 2022 despite Q4 slowdown
In spite of a relative slowdown in the last quarter of the year, EssilorLuxottica announced yesterday a record €24.5 billion in annual revenue for 2022, up by 23.6 percent year-on-year in reported terms. Comparable annual revenue – which is calculated as if GrandVision had been integrated from Jan.1, 2021 – ...
Fielmann eyes new investments, cost-cutting as 2022 sales inch up and profits fall
Fielmann said it is looking to accelerate strategic investments and step up cost-cutting measures, after it reported that it had gained market share in all major markets in 2022 and seen a modest increase in sales but suffered on the profitability front.
Synsam keeps growing but adjusts to tougher market
Reporting its results for the fourth quarter of 2022 and the full year, leading Nordic retailer Synsam Group said that its double-digit revenue hike resulted in market share gains in a challenging market environment. The company’s growth pace is however slowing down and profitability declined sharply year-on-year on strong network ...