Nike Yearly Revenue

Nike Revenue 1992-2018

Nike Statistics

The following table shows the revenue of Nike Inc. from 1992 – 2018. Sums are in million dollars.

Nike Revenue 1992-2018 (Million dollars)

YearRevenue ($Mn)
2018 $ 36,397 Mn
2017$ 34,350 Mn
2016$ 32,376 Mn
2015$ 30,601 Mn
2014$ 27,799 Mn
2013$ 25,313 Mn
2012$ 23,331 Mn
2011$ 20,117 Mn
2010$19,014 Mn
2009$19,176 Mn
2008$18,627 Mn
2007$16,325.9 Mn
2006$14,954.9 Mn
2005$13,739.7 Mn
2004$12,253.1 Mn
2003$10,697 Mn
2002$9,893.0 Mn
2001$9,488.8 Mn
2000$8,995.1 Mn
1999$8,776.9 Mn
1998$9,553.1 Mn
1997$9,186.5 Mn
1996$6,470.6 Mn
1995$4,760.8 Mn
1994$3,789.7 Mn
1993$3,931.0 Mn
1992$3,405.2 Mn

In 2018, Nike’s revenue rose to 36.4 Billion dollars from 34.4 Billion dollars the past year. Nike’s revenue had grown steadily over years from 2000 to 2017. Except for a small decline in 2010, the brand has grown consistently and its revenue too. After a decline in 2010 from the previous year, the revenue of Nike rose again in 2011 and the trend has continued since then.

             About Nike:

Nike is an international brand of athletic footwear, sports apparel, accessories and equipment. Its product offerings are focused on six key categories – Running, NIKE Basketball, the Jordan Brand, Football (Soccer), Training and Sportswear. Apart from the Nike and Jordan brands, its wholly-owned subsidiaries include Cole Haan (luxury shoes, handbags, accessories and coats); Converse (athletic and lifestyle footwear, apparel and accessories); Hurley (action sports and youth lifestyle footwear, apparel and accessories); Nike Golf, and Umbro (a leading U.K. based football/soccer brand).  The number of Nike retail stores has reached 1182 out of which 392 are located inside US and 790 overseas. Each brand by Nike targets a distinct segment of consumers.


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