Jarden

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Jarden Corporation
Traded as NYSEJAH
Industry Consumer goods
Founded 2001
Founders Martin E. Franklin
Headquarters Rye, New York, United States
Area served Worldwide
Key people Martin E. Franklin (Executive Chairman), Ian G.H. Ashken (Vice Chairman and President) and James E. Lillie (CEO)
Products Outdoor Solutions, Branded Consumables and Consumer Solutions
Revenue Increase US$7.4 billion (FY 2013)[1]
Total assets Increase US$10.1 billion (FY 2013)[1]
Total equity Increase US$2.5 billion (FY 2013)[1]
Employees 30,000+
Website www.jarden.com

Jarden Corporation, is a leading provider of a diverse range of consumer products with over 120 brands sold globally. Jarden operates in three primary business segments - Outdoor Solutions, Branded Consumables and Consumer Solutions. In 2014, Jarden was ranked #356 on Fortune 500. In 2013, Jarden Corporation delivered $7.4B in Net Sales and had total assets of $10.1 billion.

Brands[edit]

Jarden Branded Consumables

Outdoor Solutions[edit]

Outdoor Solutions are innovative, recreational and high-performance products designed to maximize consumers’ enjoyment of the outdoors. Jarden is one of the largest hard-goods sporting equipment company in the world, with leadership positions in US, Europe and Japan. In 2013, Outdoor Solutions delivered Net Sales of $2.7 billion with a Segment Earnings Margin of 11.0%.[2]

Branded Consumables[edit]

Branded Consumables are primarily niche, affordable, consumable household staples used in and around the home. Products tend to offer high, gross margin with strong and stable cash flow generations. In 2013, Branded Consumables delivered Net Sales of $2.3 billion with a Segment Earnings Margin of 18.1%.[2]

Consumer Solutions[edit]

Consumer Solutions are products designed to simplify the daily lives of consumers in and around the home; making every day experiences more satisfying. Consumer Solutions appliances are the most broadly distributed brand portfolio in core categories throughout the Americas. In 2013, Consumer Solutions delivered Net Sales of $2.0 billion with a Segment Earnings Margin of 15.1%.[2]

Adio[edit]

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Adio Footwear
Type Subsidiary of Jarden Corporation
Founded 1998
Founders Chris Miller
Headquarters New York City, New York, USA
Products skateboard shoes, Clothes, Hats, accessories
Website www.adiofootwear.com

Adio Footwear was a skateboarding footwear and clothing company, founded by skater Chris Miller in 1999. It was later acquired by K2, based in Carlsbad, California, United States (US); K2 was then acquired by the Jarden Corporation in 2007.[citation needed] Its name is pronounced "audio" or "ad-e-o".

In its early years the company sponsored the Adio Footwear professional skateboarding and snowboarding team.

Industry veteran, Jim Stroesser, was named president of Adio in December 2009.[3] Stroesser moved the brand's global headquarters from Vista, California, US. to Solana Beach, California, US, in January, 2010.

As of 2012, Adio is owned by K2, a division of the Jarden Corporation, while AL&S and Samsung own the global license for Adio. The brand continues to manufacture and distribute skateboarding footwear and apparel.

Team members as of 2004 included Shaun White, Jeremy Wray, Tony Hawk, Ed Selego, Nick Dompierre, Danny Montoya, Bam Margera, Brian Sumner, Kenny Anderson, Alex Chalmers and Steve Nesser.[4]

Recognition/Innovation[edit]

Jarden has increased its brand equity investment (which includes marketing and R&D expenses) from approximately 4.5% of revenue in 2008 to nearly 6% in 2013. Each year, approximately 30% of sales come from products launched within the last three years of sales. In 2012, Jarden accepted over 150 industry awards, recognizing the value of their work for the end users of their products. In 2013, this number increased to over 160 awards.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Jarden Corp Annual Report". 
  2. ^ a b c "Jarden Corporation Annual Reports". July 8, 2014. 
  3. ^ "Jim Stroesser – CEO & President, Adio Footwear". SDSI. SDSI. 2011. Retrieved 14 September 2012. 
  4. ^ Transworld (17 August 2004). "SHAUN WHITE JOINS ADIO FOOTWEAR PRO TEAM". Transworld Snowboarding. Bonnier Corporation. Retrieved 14 September 2012. 
  5. ^ "Jarden Corporation Recognition". July 8, 2014. 

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