General presentation of Macy's
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The Macy's group is an American company operating in the retail sector. More specifically, it is one of the main American groups in this sector of activity today. To better understand the group's activities, they can be divided into several divisions according to the percentage of turnover they generate as so:
- First of all, the sale of women's accessories, lingerie items, shoes and even cosmetic products represent the largest share of the group's income with 38% of its turnover.
- Next comes the sale of men's and children's clothing, which represents 22.9% of the group's turnover.
- The sale of women's clothing generates 22.7% of Macy's turnover.
- Finally, the remaining balance of Macy's turnover, i.e. 16.4%, comes from the sale of household items.
Currently, the products offered by Macys' are sold through a network of over 867 stores under the Macy's, Bloomingdale's or Bluemercury logos. These stores are mainly located in the United States, but sales are also made through catalogues and on the Internet. The Macy's group currently employs 123,000 people.
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