Kathmandu’s revenues soar thanks to Rip Curl’s acquisition


Kathmandu Holdings scored record sales for its financial year ended on July 31 2020, boosted by the acquisition of Rip Curl during the period. The group’s revenues soared by 48.7 percent to 801.5 million New Zealand dollars (€451.6m-$526.8m), with Rip Curl accounting for 40 percent of the total turnover, but ...

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