Inter Parfums Hungry For New Brand Licenses With Q1 Sales Up 37%
Inter Parfums is targeting deals with "evergreen-type" brands doing around $50m in annual sales that could benefit from its expertise and extensive distribution network. The firm’s first-quarter sales totaled $198.5m, an increase of 11% compared with 2019 levels and 37% versus the prior-year period.
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