Avon’s FY 2016 Marked By ‘Success Stories,’ But Not Enough Of Them
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Following steady improvements over the first three quarters of fiscal 2016, Avon ends the year on a sour note with a disappointing fourth quarter. However, the international direct seller exceeded its cost savings targets and is now embarking on the next phase of its transformation plan with greater focus on growth.
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