Paradies Lagardere is Dufry's top competitor. Paradies Lagardere was founded in 1960 in Atlanta, Georgia. Paradies Lagardere competes in the Specialty Stores field. Paradies Lagardere generates $5.8B less revenue than Dufry.
WH Smith is perceived as one of Dufry's biggest rivals. WH Smith's headquarters is in Wiltshire, England, and was founded in 1792. Like Dufry, WH Smith also competes in the Logistics, Wholesalers & Retail Distributors industry. WH Smith generates 27% of Dufry's revenue.
Dufry's revenue is the ranked 1st among it's top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors average 2.2B. Over the last four quarters, Dufry's revenue has decreased by 93.9%. Specifically, in Q3 2020's revenue was $528.2M; in Q2 2020, it was $1.7B; in Q1 2020, it was $1.5B; in Q4 2019, Dufry's revenue was $8.7B.
These are all the companies that Dufry has acquired. Dufry has acquired 4 companies and its latest acquisition was Hudson Group in Aug 2020. Hudson owns and operates a chain of 1000 duty-free stores in airports, hotels, commuter terminals and railway stations.
Since Dufry was founded in 1865, it has participated in 1 round of funding. In total Dufry has raised $0. Dufry's funding round was on May 2017 for a total of $0
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These are all the companies that Dufry has invested in. Dufry has invested 4 companies and its latest investment was Hudson Group in Aug 2020. Hudson owns and operates a chain of 1000 duty-free stores in airports, hotels, commuter terminals and railway stations.