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Published: 2023-06-22 ǀ Updated: 2023-07-04

Company History

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Inditex is the world's largest fast fashion group. Originating from the textile company Zara, the company began its global expansion in 1988. The company is involved in everything from designing to selling products.

Criticism of the working conditions and production methods of fast fashion continues. However, this does not detract from the success of the company. On the contrary: Inditex stores can be found on Fifth Avenue in New York, Piazza Duomo in Milan, Regent Street and Oxford Street in London, the Zeil in Frankfurt, Nanjing West Road in Shanghai, Shibuya in Tokyo, Nişantaşı in Istanbul, Myeong-dong in Seoul and Kärntner Strasse in Vienna.

Founded 1985

Amancio Ortega

Rosalía Mera

Headquarters Arteixo, Galicia, Spain
Key people

Óscar García Maceiras (CEO)

Marta Ortega (Chairwoman)

Products Clothing, shoes, fashion accessories, home textiles
Subsidiaries Zara, Pull&Bear, Bershka, Massimo Dutti, Stradivarius, Oysho, Zara Home, Uterqüe, Lefties
Website inditex.com


Brand Number of branches Year established Market
Zara 1939 1975 Clothing for women, men, children
Pull & Bear 964 1991 Casual wear for young people
Massimo Dutti 682 1991 (adopted) Clothing and accessories for people of the world
Lefties 135 1993
Bershka 971 1998 Urbaan style for young people
Stradivarius 915 1999 (adopted) Casual and feminie clothes for young women
Oysho 556 2001 Underwear, lounge wear, fitness and swimwear
Zara Home 482 2003 Home textiles and decoration
Uterque 82 (closed) 2008 High quality fashion accessories at attractive prices


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