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About Breather

Breather offers its members an on-demand network of private rooms designed for work and relaxation, each of which can be accessed by smartphone.On June 1st, 2021, Breather was acquired by Industrious.

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5605 Avenue de Gaspé Suite 701

Montreal, Quebec, H2T 2A4,



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Latest Breather News

Textile/apparel: Taking a Breather

May 26, 2022

Textile/apparel: Taking a Breather ×   Valuation upgrade with changes in market conditions and strategies The keywords of the textile/apparel industry during the 2021-1H22 period were pent-up demand, digital channel strategies, and overseas growth momentum. Pent-up demand remains strong for longer than expected as face-to-face activities are increasing along with the reopening from the pandemic. Many Korean companies have seen a steep growth in sales and operating profit. Looking toward 2H22, the prolonged Russia-Ukraine war, lockdowns in China, and other macro uncertainties have raised the need to pick out companies that have greater growth potential vs. peers through improvements in fundamentals. Some apparel companies are expected to improve their margin structure with diversification of retail channels, and some will enjoy earnings growth backed by overseas expansion or launch of new businesses (cosmetics). It is now time for cherry-picking as the burden of high base effect in apparel consumption weighs down heavier on the sector in the second half. Brand companies: Attention on F&F, Handsome, Shinsegae International We recommend keeping an eye on domestic-oriented companies like Handsome and Shinsegae International until the removal of China-related uncertainties. Given that China has recently begun to lift pandemic restrictions, companies likely to benefit from an upturn in Chinese demand, such as F&F and The Nature Holdings, should look attractive once again in 2H22. In particular, F&F stands unrivalled in terms of sales volume growth. OEM companies: Our top pick is Hwaseung Enterprise Hansae and Youngone have received much attention in the market since 2021. Amid global supply disruptions, apparel consumption has been strong both at home and abroad. OEM companies have enjoyed greater growth potential in a seller’s market vs. the past. With growing macro uncertainties pushing up raw material prices, the companies have been able to pass on cost increases to customers with relative ease so far due to brisk demand. But if consumption slows down in the US, cost increases may lead to higher COGS ratios. Despite sluggish growth of the past two years, Hwaseung Enterprise is expected to raise capacity utilization rates  in 2H22 with momentum from new Adidas products. Youngone saw a sharp growth in earnings in 1H22 thanks to the inventory build-up by buyers. Manufacturing for high-end brands or categories should help OEM companies to defend earnings in times of rising COGS ratios. POPULAR

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Breather Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Breather founded?

    Breather was founded in 2013.

  • Where is Breather's headquarters?

    Breather's headquarters is located at 5605 Avenue de Gaspé, Montreal.

  • What is Breather's latest funding round?

    Breather's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Breather raise?

    Breather raised a total of $113.7M.

  • Who are the investors of Breather?

    Investors of Breather include Industrious, 500 Global, SOSV, Menlo Ventures, Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec and 13 more.

  • Who are Breather's competitors?

    Competitors of Breather include Bird Office and 6 more.

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