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Cognac sales in Asia boosts Remy Cointreau’s year-end results 4.2%

French Spirits group Remy Cointreau on Wednesday reported its full-year results for the 2016/2017 financial year, which ended on March 31. Total revenue grew 4.2% to €1.09bn ($1.2bn).

The company which publishes its profit figures on June 8 attributes its year-end robust growth to group brands, led by the House of Remy Martin, the company’s revenue driver, accounting for over half of its revenue, recording 9.2% in sales growth to €707.5m.  The liqueurs and spirits segment rose 0.9% to €276.3m in the period.

Remy Cointreau 9-months performance boosted by 9% growth in Q3

French spirits group Remy Cointreau on Thursday reported €836.7m in revenue for the first nine months of its 2016/2017 financial year, a 4.7% growth from 2015 when it had €799.2m in sales.

Sales in the third quarter alone (Oct – Dec) rose 9% to €323.3m ($343.89m) buoyed by robust demand for its cognac in the United States, its biggest market and improving sales in China.

Remy Cointreau’s profit jumps in half-year on U.S. and China strength

French spirits group Remy Cointreau posted a 15% rise in profit in the first-half of the year (Apr – Sept) to €76m ($80.3m), from €68.6m last year. The lift was driven by “robust” demand for its highest end products.

Remy Martin, the group’s flagship brand delivered a 5.1% sales growth in organic terms on “outstanding performances” in the Americas and renewed growth in Greater China.

Remy Cointreau Q2 revenue rise on robust demand in the US, China

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Remy Cointreau said on Tuesday that sales growth gained momentum in the second quarter, buoyed by strong demand for its premium cognac in the United States, its largest market, and improving cognac sales in China.

Spirit companies launch new Alcohol information Partnership (AIP)

The world’s biggest spirit companies this week gathered in London to help launch The Alcohol Information Partnership (AIP), whose aim is to ensure the debate around alcohol and its misuse remains balanced.

Remy Cointreau Q1 revenue slip -2.1% on weaker sales in China

French spirits maker Remy Cointreau reported a -2.1% revenue decline in the first quarter (April – June) of 2016/2017 fiscal year.

The maker of Remy Martin, Cointreau Liquor, Mount Gay, among others said that €218.6m ($241m) revenue recorded in the first quarter as against €223.3m in the same period in 2015 was partly due to weaker sales of its premium cognacs in Asia and advance shipments in the previous quarter ahead of price hikes.

Remy Contreau’s CEO bullish on Africa’s potential

Remy Cointreau’s CEO, Valerie Chapoulaud-Floquet, said on Thursday Africa’s contribution to the spirit maker’s revenue continues to grow and will soon be equal to 15% of Europe’s sales, up from less than 10% in the previous fiscal year.

Commenting on the firm’s full-year financial results, which saw the French spirits maker post an impressive 10.6% rise in profits, Ms. Chapoulaud-Floquet, said that Africa is like Asia 25 years ago, forecasting that the continent’s sales contribution to the firm will accelerate in the coming years.

Remy Cointreau full-year profits rise 10.6% on strong demand for premium cognac

French spirits maker, Remy Cointreau, said on Thursday that net profits for the full-year ending March 2016 rose 10.6% to €102.4m ($125.9m), from €92.6m the previous year. The rise was led by strong demand for premium cognac and other dark spirits in the U.S. and Asia Pacific region. Remy Cointreau has been accelerating its drive to sell high-end spirits priced above $50 per bottle.

French Drinks Company, Rémy Cointreau Partners With Betty Irabor to Support Creative Projects in Nigeria

Rémy Cointreau, the premium French spirits company known for its iconic spirits brand, Rémy Martin, in partnership with the founder and Publisher of Genevieve Magazine, Betty Irabor, has announced the launch of the Cointreau Creative Crew in Nigeria.

The Cointreau Creative Crew is a philanthropic programme whose aim is to help women develop their freedom and expression by encouraging them to strive to make their dreams a reality. It is to be achieved through the global Cointreau Creative Crew campaign, which encourages individuals to ‘dream, dare, create’. It was launched last year in the UK and will give an entrepreneur a chance to receive a grant of €20,000 to pursue their creative project. Although the campaign is primarily targeted at women, it is also open to men.