Inter Parfums’s Q1 Sales Up 26% In ‘Robust Environment’ For Fragrance
The New York-based manufacturer of prestige perfumes and cosmetics is “extremely optimistic” about fiscal 2022 and the years ahead, recording net sales growth of 26% in the first quarter, led by major brand innovations, and projecting an 11% increase for the full year.
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