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ID number:910987
Published: 26.09.2009.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: 6 units
References: Not used
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  The most important facts and figures   

1837 – Was established a saddle shop of Thierry Hermes.
1914 – Company obtained rights to use zipper.
1920 – Hermes made a zippering golf jacket for the Prince of Wales.
1922- was introduced the first leather handbag.
1937 – Was established a scarf factory in Lyon.
1946 – Hermes started to produce silk ties.
1949 – Was produced the first perfume (Eau d’Hemes).
1956 - A Photo of Grace Kelly carrying the Hermes bag was published in “Life”.
1970 – Hermes opened it’s shops in Europe, US and Japan.
1993 – Hermes went public on the stock exchange.
The most important facts and figures
The type of the Hermes company is public.
Headquarters are in the 24 rue Fauborg Saint-Honore, Paris, France.
29% of the company owns Hermes family and 71% are public shares.
Hermes company has 7,455 employees
Revenue of 2006 was reported at 1,514,900 thousand EUR.
Revenue of 2007 was reported at 1,635 billion EUR.
Net incomes in 2007 were 288 million EUR.…

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