A perfume company that is making money off a sale of a product it doesn’t sell is becoming a bigger story.
The story of what the company called “the perfume fairy” is getting bigger and more global.
The company, Tiffany, has said it has sold $1.8 billion worth of its perfume products in India alone.
The perfume industry has become one of the fastest-growing segments in India and has been growing at about 5% annually since 2007, according to a report by Mint, a digital news service based in Mumbai.
The beauty company, which has been making a name for itself with fragrances like L’Oréal’s Creme de Rose and Chanel’s Parfums du Lait, said it was a big deal when it announced the milestone in January.
But Tiffany said that it’s been “working on a bigger strategy” for several years and has now reached the $1 billion milestone.
In a blog post, Tiffany said it had sold around $1,000,000 worth of the perfume products, which it called “world class” and included “fearless and affordable” formulations.
“This success story was achieved with the help of our partners and a team of dedicated team members that have been continuously improving the product and bringing it to market,” Tiffany said.
The perfume fairy has made more than $1 million in the last few months, according the company.
Tiffany said its sales grew from $900,000 in 2013 to $1B in 2015.
The growth rate is the same for its other categories.
Tiffany is the third-biggest perfume company in the world.
It makes over a million perfumes a year, with products ranging from perfume and fragrance-based cosmetics to cosmetics and perfumes.
It also has a line of makeup and hair care products.
Tifany’s brands include L’Oreal’s Cremes de Rose, Chanel Parfumes du Lai, L’Occitane Rouge, L’.
Occitanes de Rose Parfumée and L’Amour Parfumeur, as well as L’Eau de Parfumerie.
The fragrance fairy is not the only one making money on perfume sales.
The companies that make money off fragrance sales are often not the ones who make the best perfume.
“We think of our brand as a global brand, but we’re in a very small niche and we have to go the extra mile to find ways to reach customers around the world,” said Prasad Gupta, founder and CEO of Tiffany, in a statement.
“That means we have been working on our own strategies to deliver value for our brands.”
For example, Tiffany’s L’oréal Parfumed in India was the first fragrance in India to sell over $1M in the country in 2014.
Tiffany’s first fragrance for L’ Oréal in the US was also the top-selling fragrance in that country.
Tiffany has also made more money off of perfumes made by its own brands in China and India.
Tiffin’s global expansion is a sign that the brand is growing at a faster rate than it has in years, Gupta said.
“I’m not sure if this is a reflection of any particular product, but I am confident that the success story of our brands across the world is in part driven by our global expansion,” Gupta said in the statement.
The Tiffany perfume fairy was started by the Tiffany family in 1991 and now has brands in 20 countries, including the UK, France, Germany, Australia, Italy, the US, Singapore, Thailand, Japan and Hong Kong.
The company has about 1,400 employees and $1 trillion in revenue.
Tillerson said that Tiffany has sold nearly $1bn worth of products and has about $4.5 billion in cash and marketable securities.