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Coach Inc.

Senior Seminar Presentation

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Coach, Inc. operates
492 stores in the
United States,
180 stores in Japan,
130 stores in China,
and 31 stores in
Canada Industry Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, and Tiffany & Co Key Competitors Establishments 2002 - 2,317
2007 -1,446 (-37.6% change) Industry that Coach competes
in has a total of $17.4 billion
in revenue Revenue
Industry Average: $4.4 Billion
Coach: $4.93 Billion Coach more than doubles industry average in revenue growth & net income Industry Challenges Trends
Substitute Products Counterfeit Merchandise "250 to 500 billion dollars a year"
www.coach.com $160 Counterfeit Lawsuit & rights to more than 573 website domains Mission Statement Coach seeks to be the leading brand of quality lifestyle accessories offering classic modern American styling SWOT Organizational Structure Lew Frankfort: 34 years
Chairman of the Board
$12,276,005 Victor Luis
7 Years
$1,100,000 Board of Directors Oversee: Audit Committee - Corporate Governance Committee - Human Resources Committee Stephanie Tilenius, 1 year
2010 until 2012, she was VP of global commerce an payments at Google, Inc
Susan J. Kropf, 7 years
From 2001 through 2007, she served as President and COO of Avon Products
Gary. W Loveman,1 years
Board of Trustees at the Joslin Diabetes
Center in Boston, and the Trust Board at the
Children’s Hospital Boston
Irene Ruth Miller,12 years *CGC
CFO of Barnes and Noble, Inc. from 1986
to 1990
Michael E. Murphy,13 years
Director of Sara Lee from 1979 through
Jide J. Zeitlin, 7 years * AC
From 1996 to 2005, he was a partner at
The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.
Ivan Menezes, 8 years *HRC A company’s quick ratio
is calculated by:
Cash and cash
equivalents + accounts
liabilities Expansion into Asian Markets: Future Growth Financial
Analysis In 2012 sales in China increased more than 40% Coach sees China as one of its largest
opportunities and is adding 30 new locations Lew Farnkfort stated the company is
transitioning (from a luxury brand) into a ‘lifestyle’ brand company’ EthicsPoint. EthicsPoint. Web.Gordon, Joanne. "Serial Tinkerer." Forbes.com. Forbes, 03 Sept. 2001. Web. 07 Mar. 2013.Hoover’s. (2009, June 12). Coach, Inc. Retrieved from LexisNexis Academic database.ICIS. "Chemicals & The Economy." Growth in US Jobs and Disposable Income No Longer following Historical Trends (). ICIS, 7 Feb. 2012. Web. 10 Apr. 2013.Kinicki, Angelo, and Brian K. Williams. Management: A Practical Introduction. Boston, Mass. McGraw-Hill, 2006. Print.Mcfarland, Jane. "Coach Wins Counterfeit Case: Handbag and Accessories Maker Coach Inc. Has Won a $160 Million Dollar Case Against Counterfeiting." The Times [United Kingdom] 2 Nov. 2012, Web Publication. Web.Mergent. (2013). Coach, Inc. Mergent Company Information. Retrieved Multiple Dates, from MergentOnline database.Oxford University Press. New Oxford American Dictionary. 3rd ed. 2010. Print.Plas, Dieter. "Coach Vs. Michael Kors." Seeking Alpha. Seeing Alpha, 25 Feb. 2013. Web. 25 Feb. 2013.Resnick, Andrea. "Coach Announces Further Strengthening of Creative Team – Seeking Alpha." Coach Announces Further Strengthening of Creative Team - Seeking Alpha. Seeking Alpha, 27 Feb. 2013. Web. 27 Feb. 2013.Resnick, Andrea. "Coach, Inc. Announces Management Succession Plan - Seeking Alpha." Seeking Alpha. Seeking Alpha, 14 Feb. 2013. Web. 24 Feb. 2013.Salibus Research. "Coach Inc. Is An Undervalued, High Quality Blue Chip Company." Seeking Alpha. Seeking Alpha, 5 Mar. 2013. Web. 8 Mar. 2013.Sowray, Bibby. "$515 Million Designer Counterfeiting Ring Unearthed." The Telegraph [United Kingdom] 20 Nov. 2012, Web Publication ed. Web.Yahoo! "COH: Summary for Coach, Inc. Common Stock- Yahoo! Finance." Yahoo! Finance. Yahoo!, n.d. Web. 19 Feb. 2013.Wei, Ong. "Coach: Fundamentally Strong And With A Host Of Qualities." Seeking Alpha. Seeking Alpha, 3 Dec. 2012. Web. 28 Mar. 2013.XY Trader. "Your Earnings Season Preview: Coach." Seeking Alpha. Seeking Alpha, 26 Mar. 2013. Web. 30 Mar. 2013. Works Cited Works Cited Cont. Industry average
for net income is
$743.5 million net sales + 1.15%
2011-2012 Since 2010, costs of sales have only
increased by 1.3 percent (2 years) Inventories for 2012
account for approximately
half of Coach’s total
current assets The company reported
985,000 for long-term
debt, though when
computed as the debt
to equity ratio it
is expressed as zero. Coach’s most direct
competitor, Michael
Kors, had a quick ratio
of 0.73 in 2011. Other than Tiffany &
Co., Coach’s inventory
turnover outperforms
its competitors by
more than double the share price since its initial public offering in 2000, relative to the company’s top executives Financial Recession share price since its initial public offering in 2000, relative to the company’s top executives
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