Tag : Moss Bros
Board changes at Moss Bros Subscription
Men’s tailoring specialist Moss Bros has appointed Avis Darzins as a non-executive director, joining on 1 September.
The retail industry has called for the chancellor to urgently review business rates to maintain the UK’s competitive position in the international market, as vacancy rates hit a four-year high and a no-deal Brexit looms on the horizon.
Activist investor buys stake in Moss BrosSubscription
Gatemore Capital Management has bought a 10% stake in men’s formalwear retailer Moss Bros.
A substantial 18.7% growth in ecommerce sales helped Moss Bros’ most recent overall sales for the 15 weeks to 11 May remain buoyant. Drapers spoke to head of ecommerce Matthew Henton to find out how he is going to sustain the growth driving Moss Bros’ balance sheet.
Making the leap to a unified customer experienceSubscription
At an expert panel discussion at Drapers Digital Festival, Matt Henton, head of ecommerce at Moss Bros, Randa Crebbin, global head of ecommerce at La Perla, and Rob Massa, general manager (EMEA) at BounceX, discussed what it takes to deliver a seamless, channel-agnostic customer experience.
Sales edge up at Moss BrosSubscription
Total sales at Moss Bros edged up 1.5% year on year for the 15 weeks to 11 May, driven by online and full-price sales.
CEO Colin Porter to retire from JoulesSubscription
British lifestyle brand Joules has announced that its chief executive Colin Porter will retire before the end of 2020, after eight years in the business.
Menswear chain Moss Bros has reported a full-year loss following what it described as an “extremely challenging year on many fronts”.
Debbie Hewitt: the consummate retail leader Subscription
Debbie Hewitt’s varied career and wide range of experience give her unique insight into what it takes to lead fashion retailers through troubled times.
2019: a make-or-break year for fashion retailSubscription
Administrations, poor Christmas trading and gloomy predictions marked the start of 2019. Is this year shaping up to be even worse than the disastrous 2018?