Monday, January 17, 2022
Travis Perkins signage

Travis Perkins set to open 50 new branches over next 5 years

Travis Perkins has announced plans to open up to 50 new branches over the next five years as the retailer looks to grow its market share.
Made.com delays

Made.com warns of shipping delays as it cuts revenue forecast

Made.com has warned of supply chain disruptions and shipping delays as it slashed its revenue guidance.
Dreams

Dreams makes changes to senior leadership team

Dreams has announced changes to its senior leadership team in an effort to boost the company's position in the market.
JDanish furniture and home furnishings chain Jysk has recorded a surge in full-year sales despite lockdown restrictions.

Jysk posts record results in UK & Ireland as homewares boom continues

Danish furniture and home furnishings chain Jysk has recorded a surge in full-year sales despite lockdown restrictions.
Dobbies

Dobbies launches campaign to reuse Christmas trees

Dobbies has launched a new campaign to encourage shoppers to think sustainably this Christmas.
Wickes

Wickes ups profit expectations after strong fourth quarter sales

Wickes has increased its full-year earnings expectations after a strong fourth-quarter trading period.
Topps Tiles has bounced back to profit after delivering a record year of revenue as the retailer unveiled plans to be “carbon balanced” by 2030.

Topps Tiles delivers record year of revenue thanks to new products

Topps Tiles has bounced back to profit after delivering a record year of revenue as the retailer unveiled plans to be “carbon balanced” by 2030.
Early Christmas trading has led to a drop in footfall at North East sofa retailer ScS, as it says more shoppers seek to buy presents

ScS sees orders decline as early Christmas shoppers impact footfall

Early Christmas trading has led to a drop in footfall at North East sofa retailer ScS, as it says more shoppers seek to buy presents.
B&Q Asda concession

B&Q partners with Asda for latest ‘shop within shop’ concession

The new compact B&Q store is the latest addition to the Asda concession partnership
Ikea has revealed it will phase out plastic from consumer packaging by 2028 as it moves towards only using renewable or recycled materials

Ikea to eliminate plastic from consumer packaging by 2028

Ikea has revealed it will phase out plastic from consumer packaging by 2028 as it moves towards only using renewable or recycled materials.

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