L'Oréal is Revlon's biggest rival. L'Oréal was founded in Paris, Île-de-France} in 1909. Like Revlon, L'Oréal also competes in the Personal Products sector. Compared to Revlon, L'Oréal generates $30.2B more revenue.
P&G is Revlon's #2 rival. P&G's headquarters is in Cincinnati, Ohio, and was founded in 1837. Like Revlon, P&G also competes in the Personal Products space. P&G generates 3,032% of Revlon's revenue.
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Revlon's revenue is the ranked lowest among it's top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors average 24.6B. Over the last four quarters, Revlon's revenue has decreased by 20.6%. Specifically, in Q1 2020's revenue was $453M; in Q4 2019, it was $699.4M; in Q3 2019, it was $596.8M; in Q2 2019, Revlon's revenue was $570.2M.
These are all the companies that Revlon has acquired. Revlon has acquired 6 companies and its latest acquisition was Cutex in Jun 2016. Cutex is a manufacturer of nail care products that includes liquid nail polish removers, corrector pens and cotton ball holders for women.
Since Revlon was founded in 1932, it has participated in 1 round of funding. In total Revlon has raised $0. Revlon's funding round was on Nov 1995 for a total of $0
No recent investments found related to Revlon
Revlon currently has 9,642,608 fans on Facebook. As of December 2013 Revlon had 887,971 fans. That's a 985 percent increase in 7 years
Revlon currently has 408,442 followers on Twitter. As of December 2013 Revlon had 104,856 followers. That's a 289 percent increase in 4 years