The history of Canada Goose started when Sam Tick founded Canada Goose Holdings in 1957. However, he created it under the name Metro Sportswear Ltd. The Polish-Jewish immigrant started the sportswear brand after spending years working as a cutter in other factories. After that, the brand made woolen vests, raincoats, snowmobile suits, and other functional outerwear.
In 1972, Tick’s son-in-law. In other words, David Reiss, joined the company and eventually became CEO. Metro Sportswear expanded to 50 employees in the early 1980s. After that, in 1985, David Reiss acquired a majority equity stake in the company. In the following years, the company produced clothing under its own brand “Snow Goose”. After that, In the early 1990s, Metro started selling its clothes in Europe. But the name Snow Goose was already in use in Europe. Therefore, Metro sold its European products under the name Canada Goose.
In the future Canada Goose is looking to expand to every part of the world. Thesedays it is a well established brand in both Europe and North America. Eventhough they’re already active in Africa, South America and Asia they’ve yet to be a well established brand. This might because the hefty price of they pieces of clothing. Still they think that continents are worth expanding to and they’ve announced that they’re looking to grow expansionary here in the future.
This was a brief history lesson of the the populair fashion brand. If you’ve any questions make sure to post them below and I’ll do my best to answer them.