Charity Sponsorship Appeal Philip Marsh 2014 The Challenges
Dear All, I am delighted to say I have completed my first Challenge the 12K
Rock Solid Race. The team of 13 supported me from start to finish and we completed the 12k course with over 35 obstacles in 2 hours 30 minutes. this was physically and mentally challenging but all your support gave me the extra bit I needed to com-plete it.
I have been absolutely overwhelmed and humbled by all your
generosity and am delighted to say I have raised over £25K which is more than I ever dreamt of.
Henry’s progress is slow but I am pleased to say we have been
granted funding for Henry to move to Tadworth Court http://www.thechildrenstrust.org.uk
Henry will be here for 6 months and will undergo intensive Neuro
Rehabilitation in or-der for him to come home in October, one year on!! Moving onto my next challenge on the 21st June I will be taking part
in a world record attempt parachute jump with 292 people aiming to jump out of a plane within 24 hours. I’d be really grateful if you could sponsor me at: http://www.skydiveukltd.com/guinness-world-record-skydive/
Once again thank you everyone for your generosity it really means a lot to me. https://www.justgiving.com/teams/PhilipMarsh
Philip, Managing Director, Chatham
The key financial highlights of ECCO’s 2013 performance were:
• Net revenue was EUR 1.131m, an increase of EUR 47.9m, equivalent to 4.4%.
• Profit before tax was EUR 165.4m, an increase of 8% over 2012. This produced a profit ratio of 14.6%, against 14.1% in 2012.
• The year’s result is EUR 106.4m, an increase of 15.8% compared to 2012.
ECCO’s CEO, Dieter Kasprzak, has announced
that the company delivered its best ever results in 2013.
“It’s a very pleasing performance,” he said.
“We have been successful in reorganising our production footprint, whilst growing our business and profits.”
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• Investments were reduced from the exceptionally high level of EUR 79.6m in 2012, to EUR 45.7m, but there have been more consumer and market-oriented investments than in 2012.
• The return on equity increased from 22.6% to 24.2%.
ECCO launched a significant number of new products and many became bestsellers.
The special Anniversary shoe, ECCO MIND, sold
out very quickly and proved again that iconic designs last.
ECCO continued to invest in upgrading its
distribution in Europe, Asia, and North America. In 2013, 255 new shops and shop-in-shops were
opened, bringing the total number of ECCO shops and shop-in-shops to 2,989.
The sales of ECCO produced leathers to
manufacturers of other premium and luxury brands experienced another year of rapid growth, rising by 58% to EUR 82m.
Sales of leather goods and shoe accessories
continued their positive trend, growing by 12.6% to EUR 38m.
“We expect 2014 to show increased revenue and profitability”, concludes Dieter.
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