British luxury footwear manufacturer Jimmy Choo, based on the 2015 results, received a net profit of 19,4 million pounds after a loss in 2014. At the same time, the revenue of the shoe manufacturer increased by 6,1% and amounted to 317,9 million pounds. Revenues came from strong sales in the Asia-Pacific region and Japan, which grew by 21,2%. In the Americas, sales increased by 6,5% to 106,4 million pounds. In the main market for the company, the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East, Africa), a decline of 2% to 129,7 million pounds was recorded, which was due to a weak euro and the loss of Russian tourists.