Nike’s Manufacturing Strategy & Process

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Nike’s Manufacturing Strategy

Nike doesn’t own any factories for manufacturing its apparel and footwear. The company’s apparel and footwear cover approximately 96% of Nike’s branded revenues. Instead, Nike outsources its manufacturing to third parties. It’s a huge cost advantage. The company has license agreements that allow unaffiliated parties to manufacture and sell using…

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