Saturday, March 6, 2021
Puma Bjørn Gulden trading update

Puma sales rise but warns of “negative impact” from lockdown

Puma has witnessed a sales rise of 9.1 per cent during the fourth quarter of 2020 thanks to "positive development".
Angling Direct boosted by strong online sales

Angling Direct bolstered by strong online sales

Angling Direct has revealed that it expects to reveal a 27 per cent surge in increase in revenue to £67.6 million for the (...)
Frasers Group expects £100m hit from lockdown, warns of store closures if reopening delayed

Frasers Group expects £100m hit from lockdown

Frasers Group has said it could take a hit in excess of £100 million due to the Covid-19 lockdown on non-essential retailers (...)
Mate Bike on its luxury yet affordable electric bikes

Indie Corner: Mate.Bike

Harris Qureshi from Mate Bike UK on the growing popularity of electric bikes across Europe and how the independent (...)
Halfords launches petition to allow e-scooters on roads amid rising demand

Halfords launches petition to allow e-scooters on roads amid rising demand

Halfords has launched a a petition to call for a change in the law to allow e-scooters to be ridden on public roads amid rising (...)
Adidas Reebok Kasper Rorsted

Adidas confirms plans to sell Reebok

Adidas has confirmed plans to sell Reebok after acquiring the brand 15 years ago, as it embarks on a new five-year strategy.
Asics trading update Carsten Unbehaun

Asics online sales rise 134% despite “challenging market conditions”

Asics has recorded "challenging market conditions" after the closure of its stores amid the Covid-19 lockdown.
JD Sports to build 1000-job warehouse in EU due to Brexit

JD Sports mulls 1000-job warehouse in EU amid £10m Brexit costs

The boss of JD Sports has said the impact of Brexit has been “considerably worse” than feared and now plans to (...)
Asics climate change supply chain

Asics recognised for supply chain transparency

Asics has been named as a global leader for engaging with its suppliers on climate change, as retailers scurry to be more transparent in their supply chains.
This week, Nike debuted its latest design, the GO FlyEase Hands-Free sports shoe which was built with accessibility in mind as the wearer of the shoe can get in and out of it without using their hands as the trainer has no laces or velcro.

Retail Gazette Loves: Nike’s hands-free FlyEase shoe

Nike's GO FlyEase Hands-Free sports shoe was built with accessibility in mind as the wearer of the shoe can get in and out of it without hands

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