Superdry's full-year figures were bad, as expected, but the company said its "reset year" is starting to yield results as its shifts from a buyer-led approach, boosts web sales, increases marketing and reinvents itself.
Superdry co-founder Julian Dunkerton needed 50% shareholder support to get back onto the struggling retailer's board and he has won his battle, getting 51.15% of the votes. The exec team has quit and he's now CEO.
Superdry co-founder Julian Dunkerton’s claim that he’s winning City support for his comeback bid seemed to have some justification on Monday as it was revealed that two large shareholders are backing his move.
Julian Dunkerton, the founder and former boss of Superdry, urged shareholders on Thursday to elect him and industry veteran Peter Williams to the company's board at its upcoming shareholder meeting in April.