The Hut Group continued to outperform in the fourth quarter with the company saying on Tuesday that it saw revenue growth of 51% year-on-year, much better than the range of 40% to 45% that it had predicted earlier.
Boots has been a drain on its parent company Walgreens Boots Alliance for a while and although WBA said on Thursday that the group’s Q1 trading was better than expected, the UK operation continued to struggle.
McArthurGlen Designer Outlet York has announced the addition of two new brands, Raging Bull and Beauty Outlet. The news shows the resilience of the UK outlet channel at the same time as full-price locations struggle.
As non-essential shops in England open on Wednesday after the latest lockdown, Cath Kidston is making it an even more momentous occasion as the company is returning to London with the reopening of its global flagship.
The Vaughan, Ontario-based personal care group announced third-quarter net income of $3.6 million on Friday, a 21% increase compared to the $2.9 million reported by the company in the prior-year period.
It’s all in the name. B&M European Value Retail continued to be one of the success stories of 2020, with figures released Thursday that many in retail can only dream of in a pandemic-ravaged year of trading.
The shop-in-shop concept, focused on offering established and emerging prestige brands online and in select target locations nationwide, will debut online and in more than 100 Target locations starting in 2021.