We are a $12 Billion Apparel, Footwear and Accessories powerhouse
VF’s success starts with our family of powerful brands whose very names reflect the pride and foundation of our company. Our brands represent the aspirational interests and lifestyles of people of all ages on every continent. These are brands that enrich consumers’ lives, help them express their individuality and push them to the boundaries of what’s possible.
We support these brands with powerful business platforms that help us maintain our competitive edge. Every day, around the world, we leverage these platforms across the company to share best practices, enable our success and strengthen our brands.
This close relationship between powerful brands and powerful platforms plays out within a company culture that combines collaboration, creativity, operational excellence and financial discipline to ensure that everything we do contributes to superior total shareholder return and passionate consumer loyalty.
It’s a culture that defines who we are and how we work. It’s a culture of learning from the past and shaping the future. It’s a culture we call One VF.
We will grow by building leading lifestyle brands that excite consumers around the world
Our One VF culture is perpetually driven — focused on constant innovation. Using deep research and insights, we combine the art and science of apparel to create products that excite consumers and inspire brand loyalty.
We responsibly manage the industry’s most efficient and complex supply chain, which spans multiple geographies, product categories and distribution channels.
Our goal is to continuously exceed the expectations of our consumers, shareholders and business partners. We help our retail partners win with consistently solid execution and outstanding service. And we continually find ways to improve our performance and generate bottom line results.
Our associates are the engine of our success. They share a deep commitment to diversity — in people and ideas. We conduct business with the highest levels of honesty, integrity and respect for others, and we foster a positive work environment based on creativity, collaboration and congeniality.
These are the things that make us a leader. These are the things that make us VF.
In June 2013, we presented what we call our 17x17 Plan, aimed at achieving $17 billion in revenue by 2017. The plan defines targets for the years 2013 through 2017 and outlines the actions we are taking and will take to create an even more successful company.View Growth Strategy
Our history is a story of innovation and leadership. We evolved from a small producer of gloves and mittens into a multinational manufacturing giant with sales of more than $12 billion, all within 115 years.View Company History
IFC’s PaCT and VF Corporation Partner to Reduce Water, Energy and Chemical Use in Textile Factories in Bangladesh
October 11, 2016 • 3:55 PM EDT
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and VF Corporation, a global leader in branded lifestyle apparel, footwear and accessories, are working together to enhance the long-term competitiveness and sustainability of the textile wet processing sec…View Press Release
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Whether you prefer a laid-back casual workplace or a more urban, sophisticated atmosphere, we offer a wide range of “brand environments” to work in - each reflecting the lifestyles of brands like Lee®, The North Face®, Reef®, Timberland® and Wrangler®.
82% of VF associates said they are proud to work at VF.
91% of VF associates said they often put more effort into their job than is required so they can help VF succeed.
VF Associate Global Survey, 2015
We work hard to ensure that every individual enjoys a clean and safe work environment, free from discrimination and harassment. We believe that workers at contract supplier facilities have the right to freely choose employment. We support the right to fair compensation, the right to associate freely and bargain collectively. We embody these and other rights outlined in the Global Compliance Principles, or GCP, that we established in 1997.View Ethics