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Canada Goose

Canada Goose

Parent Company: Canada Goose Holdings Inc. / Bain Capital

Brand Value: $2,199 million

Headquarter City: Toronto

Industry: Apparel

Year Formed: 1957

If you’ve ever seen one of iconic, red, Snow Mantra parkas worn in Antarctica or by climbers on Mt. Everest, you’ve seen a Canada Goose product. With all of its products manufactured in Canada, it is an iconic brand in its home country and practically a uniform for fashionable city youth in spite of its luxury prices. Canada Goose today makes a wide range of outdoor clothing, primarily aimed at a luxury audience. It is currently on a torrid pace of growth as its products have gone international, with revenue up 40.5 percent in 2019. Canada Goose also has a growing retail presence, currently with 14 stores in upscale locations in major cities. It has also been called the unofficial jacket of film crews everywhere it’s cold, and as a result, the brand sponsors a number of film festivals, including Tiff, Sundance, and Busan.