The at-home concierge service has hired former Galvan CEO Paul O’Regan as its new CCO. The move is part of plans to accelerate the company’s growth after securing more than 30 retail partners in London and New York.
The U.S. holiday shopping period may heighten Wall Street's perception of a growing divide between retailers adapting to online sales and those unable to shake their reliance on dwindling shopping mall traffic.
With Debenhams having received a cash injection from its backers to help it through the festive season, the company is betting heavily on its ability to use the season to help drive its turnaround forwards.
After nearly defaulting in 2016, the second-hand apparel and accessories website has become a key player in Europe, with France its stalwart, and is now focused on extending its product range to become profitable.
The British sneaker and sportswear retailer will set foot in the French capital next year, on Rue de Rivoli, and will also open a store in Times Square, New York -- one year after first entering the U.S. market.
The trade show, which takes place from 8 to 10 February, will debut a new format, combining fashion and footwear. 34.5% of the almost 800 exhibitors will be new brands as the event continues to focus on sustainability.