Levi Strauss, increased its sales growth during the pandemic. The company dealt with global supply chain problems but made its revenue growth up to 11% to 13% more in 2022.

In Levi’s Strauss and Co announced their growth charts, their revenue growth has increased up to 11 to 13%. The company shared during the pandemic period which is known to be the hardest hit was for the retail sector. Lockdowns impacted all over the world, retail sector drop sales and footfalls. The global supply chain crisis has created various problems for businesses.

Levi’s Strauss its last quarter earned revenue around $1.59 billion in denim over as expected $ 1.55 billion. Levi Strauss Chief Financial officer & Co and Executive Vice-President, Harmit Singh. The success to vary and expand, the company’s investment over the years has been on technologies.

Chief Executive officer of Levi Strauss, Chip Bergh mentions, they appeared much stronger from the pandemic, huge profitable company than in 2019 (IPO). They made meaningful progress on executive strategy and expanding their portfolio. Company is entering the next phase of growth with stronger momentum, establishing verified execution and a bold strategy for profit to increase top-line growth by 6-8% annually. It is directly to consumer business growth is upto 55%, close to double the women’s business.


Levi Strauss denim has earned the revenue nearly $1.59 billion.

In 2021, Levi’s acquired fitness and active wear brands beyond yoga, this variety helped the company as well. During the supply chain crisis diversification has helped the company in periods of crisis. The company Levi’s has shipped products to over 20 countries. The congestion in the west coast in the US resumed but with its peak, they have the capability to supply the product and get through the US east coast. As tariffs were examined with China, they were able to cross that, import less than 1% today. They have a diversified supply chain and resume to diversify and able to supply easily.

The company plans to strengthen and uplift the Levi’s brand and Beyond Yoga with its effective integrating product, marketing, design and consumer in-store experience with global vision for future execute continuously across all markets. They envision targeted revenue growth of nearly $2 to $2.5 billion for Dockers, Beyond Yoga plans to achieve revenue around $1 billion by 2027.


During pandemic, Levis boost up its sales and supplied its product to US west coast.

The company invests its growth in online platforms, stores and digital capabilities as joined omnichannel shopping experience, it is expected to drive the profit up to 55% net revenue by 2027.

Levi’s Struss company further will gain advantage on the substantial opportunity to boost each brands categories, share across geographies, reach, genders and channels. In 2027, the company predicts to double both the women’s and tops revenue. Levi’s resumes with the decision to invest in data, digital and AI capabilities/potential as drivers of business performance, facilitating speed to market timelines, aim on increasing consumer loyalty and improving profit. The company will resume with upgrades for digital transformation such as its enterprise resource planning system and digitize key processes, automate, linking its own enterprise system for simplified, productive work environment.