De Rigo closes the year 2020 projecting itself towards new goals.

Having closed 2019 with a turnover of 446 million Euro, De Rigo has risen to the challenge of managing the difficulties of 2020, reacting quickly to sudden changes in the market and dynamically to an ever evolving scenario.

Such qualities have allowed De Rigo to close 2020 with a lower than expected downturn (between 25% and 20%) and to start focusing promptly on new projects for 2021.

During the year, the company has shifted its business focus through a number of brave decisions. In addition to acquiring new licenses – the Philipp Plein brand on an international level, and Tumi for North and Central America and Asia – De Rigo has also established special partnerships with leading brands, such as Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini by Lozza, which have enabled it to reaffirm its global leadership.

People and the territory.

Throughout 2020, the company organised numerous initiatives supporting its staff and the local community.

Most worthy of note is the decision, implemented through the De Rigo H.E.ART Foundation, to extend itsstudy grants to all the children of De Rigo group employees, for a total of 216 secondary school and university students.

No longer support reserved exclusively for the most deserving students, therefore, but widespread aid for every family.

In 2020, the company also extended its personalised and flexible supplementary health care planfeaturing dedicated services chosen directly by De Rigo Vision employees.

In addition to its flexible benefits plan, enabling staff to access dedicated services and benefits throughout the year through the Company Welfare Portal, in view of the Christmas holidays De Rigo has also set up the De Rigo Club, a further portal offering employees and their families an additional range of discounts and promotions.

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