H&M

Today H&M operates in 37 countries and has 76,000 employees all working to the same philosophy: to bring you fashion and quality at the best price. 

H&M was established in Västerås, Sweden in 1947 by Erling Persson. We now sell clothes and cosmetics in around 2,000 stores around the world.

Here are some brief facts about H&M:

  • H&M offers fashion and quality at the best price.
  • H&M’s first store was opened in Sweden in 1947.
  • H&M offers fashion for women, men, teenagers and children.
  • The collections are created centrally by around 100 in-house designers together with buyers and pattern makers.
  • H&M also sells own-brand cosmetics, accessories and footwear.
  • The stores are refreshed daily with new fashion items.
  • Online shopping is currently available in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands, Germany, Austria and the UK.
  • H&M does not own any factories, but instead buys its goods from around 700 independent suppliers, primarily in Asia and Europe.
  • H&M has about 16 production offices around the world, mainly in Asia and Europe.
  • H&M employs about 76,000 people.
  • The turnover in 2009 was SEK 118,697 million.
H&M

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www.hm.com

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In light of COVID-19, Swedish and British governments have issued guidelines for individuals and businesses that are experiencing times of uncertainty. The guidelines include information on what the governments are doing to support businesses. Read more: https://t.co/FpIWqcP7hv
SCC patron @hm is changing its supply chain to give protective gear to hospitals lacking for health workers and equipment needed for treating coronavirus cases. Read more here:https://t.co/zr96Zbg80F
In this feature by the financial news platform Realtid, Jan Olsson, SCC Chairman and CEO Nordics at Deutsche Bank, shares his views on the current state of the Swedish M&A market, and why stakeholders can remain calm amidst this time of uncertainties. https://t.co/PFtBxUtSjl

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