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Do you want to invest in Tupperware's share price but need precise information on this company in order to carry out your analysis of this stock? We propose to you to discover here the essential data and information to know with the detail of the activities of this group and its principal sources of income, its principal adversaries with a presentation of its great current competitors, its principal partnerships as well as explanations on the data which you will have to take into account in order to carry out a good fundamental analysis of this share and which have an influence on the growth of this company.

Elements to consider before selling or buying Tupperware shares

Analysis N°1

In particular, it will be necessary to keep an eye on the diversification of the group's product portfolio, which must constantly renew its offers in order to effectively face up to the competition and thus maintain its leading position.

Analysis N°2

We must also monitor the various partnerships, particularly in distribution and innovation, that Tupperware will be able to put in place in the coming years and that can support its growth.

Analysis N°3

It goes without saying that you should also follow Tupperware's various competitors with great interest, as well as the evolution of the market share of each of them. You'll need to study their major events as well as the results of these companies.

Analysis N°4

Tupperware regularly communicates strategic growth plans to its shareholders and investors in which specific information on the operations implemented to increase profitability can be obtained.

Analysis N°5

The increase of the group's presence in the field of online sales as well as in certain geographically interesting sectors and markets will also be an element to follow in this analysis.

Analysis N°6

Finally, the annual and quarterly financial results of this group should be followed with great interest, comparing them with the objectives directly set by the latter in its development plan and with analysts' expectations.

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General presentation of Tupperware

Of course, you also need to have a good understanding of the Tupperware Group and its business and revenue sources before you can begin to make a meaningful stock analysis. That's why we've provided you with a few facts about the company, its business and its industry:

Tupperware Brands Corporation is an American company specializing in consumer products. The group markets products in various geographical areas, including Asia Pacific, Europe, North America and South America.

It is also interesting to know the business segments by product type of this company, which primarily markets design-based preparation, storage and service solutions for the kitchen and home through the Tupperware brand.

In the European geographic area, which includes Europe, Africa and the Middle East, we have the Avroy Shlain brand in South Africa and the Nutrimetrics brand in France, which markets beauty and personal care products.

In Asia Pacific, the Group also markets beauty and personal care products with the NatureCare, Nutrimetics and Fuller brands.

In North America, the Group also markets products in the personal care sector with Fuller Mexico and products under the Fuller Cosmetics brand in this unit and in Central America.

Finally, in South America, the group also markets beauty products under the Fuller, Mutrimetics and Nuvo brands.

Currently, Tupperware employs approximately 10,698 people worldwide.

Analysis before buying or selling Tupperware shares
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The major competitors of Tupperware

While Tupperware is still the industry leader in the world today, it faces serious and strong competition from some of the larger players in the industry. This is why you should include these opponents in your analysis. We will introduce them to you here quickly:

Rubbermaid

First of all, the Rubbermaid Group is one of Tupperware's main competitors. It is an American manufacturer and distributor of housewares. This group is also a subsidiary of Newell Brands which is known for its production of food storage containers but also for its garbage cans, garden sheds, step stools, chairs and stools, cabinets, shelves, laundry baskets, changing tables and other types of household items.

Newell Brands

This company is another direct competitor of Tupperware and is an American company specializing in the consumer goods sector. The group was founded in 1903. The company has a large and diversified portfolio of brands, as it is a typical conglomerate that practices takeovers and restructuring. Today, the company is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, and is listed on the S&P 500 stock index.

Lock & Lock

This other company is a Korean household products company based in Seoul, South Korea. Since its inception in 1978, the company has exported its products to over 119 countries around the world. The Lock & Lock group offers a wide range of product categories for food containers, kitchen utensils, cups and water bottles. The company also has 11 international sales units in China, Germany, the USA and Vietnam. It operates more than 87 stores directly abroad and around the world and two production plants in Manshan, China and Vung Tau, Vietnam.

Curver

This other company is also a competitor of Tupperware as it is an international company and the market leader in Europe. The company specialises in the production and sale of plastic household products for the home and leisure sector.


The major partners of Tupperware

Of course, the Tupperware group does not only have enemies on its market because it regularly sets up strategic partnerships with other companies. This is notably the case for the two examples we are going to reveal to you now:

Lydia

In 2021, for example, the Tupperware group joined forces with Lydia and the two companies unveiled an exclusive partnership that allows the 35,000 Tupperware hosts to take advantage of Lydia's mobile payment solutions to simplify payment management. In the past, the home shopping industry was one of the few sectors where it was still necessary to pay by check or cash because of the complexity of credit card payments. By calling on Lydia Tupperware will improve its payment solutions with mobile payment, to also facilitate the work of the salesmen and the management for the dealerships.

Eastman

In the same year, the company also partnered with Eastman and announced the expansion of its ECO+ range with revolutionary products made from sustainable materials, including two new products, Lunch-It Containers and Sandwich Keepers, and the addition of this new partner. Eastman's Tritan Renew will enable Tupperware to expand its ECO+ range to include a selection of products with a clear, glass-like design. As a result, Tupperware will intensify its innovation efforts with the launch of products that are functional, environmentally friendly and in tune with the times for consumers.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the origin of the Tupperware company?

The company was founded in 1946 by Earl Tupper, an American chemical engineer who first invented the hermetically sealed polyethylene bowl and then sold it in the emerging food preservation market when the refrigerator had only just arrived in American homes. Today, the group offers multi-purpose products for preserving, heating, cooking and serving food.

Who are the largest shareholders in the Tupperware Group?

Currently, Tupperware Group's capital is partly owned by some large private institutional shareholders including The Vanguard Group with 8.43% of the shares, Brandes Investment Partners with 7.59%, AQR Capital Management with 7.52% of the shares, Vinik Asset Management with 5.16% of the shares, LGT Capital Partners with 4.10%, Capotal Research & Management with 3.68%, Fuller & Thaler Asset Management with 3.21%, SSgA Funds Management with 3.21%, BlackRock Fund Advisors with 3.05% and Investec Asset Management with 2.94%.

How do I analyze Tupperware stock charts?

To make a good chart analysis of the Tupperware stock, you should use technical analysis and its most used indicators such as MACD, Bollinger Bands, RSI indicator, stochastic indicators, moving averages, pivot points or technical support and resistance levels by adapting the chart and its customization to your needs.

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