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Retailers are concerned they will be pressured to close their online operations, which they fear could be the “final straw” for the supply chain and the whole economy.
The menswear retailer anounced today that it will stop trading online as a safety precaution for its staff. It shut its stores on Friday 20 March.
Coronavirus: Moss Bros issues profit warning Subscription
Moss Bros has warned that the effects of Covid-19 coronavirus will result in a “significant” reduction in revenue and profitability for the year ending 30 January 2021.
Comment: Businesses must put people first Subscription
Simon Berwin, owner of Simon Berwin Advisory, and former managing director of menswear supplier Berwin & Berwin, discusses the importance of supporting each other during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Moss Bros sale 'very positive' Subscription
Crew Clothing’s acquisition of Moss Bros is a “positive thing at a dark time”, industry insiders have told Drapers.
Moss Bros sales fallSubscription
Total sales at Moss Bros for the 24 weeks to 11 January fell 3% year on year, while like-for-like sales were down 3.2%.
Moss Bros quashes credit insurance rumoursSubscription
Moss Bros has strongly refuted claims that it is having issues with its credit insurance, pointing out that it has £18m of cash on its balance sheet.
Up close: the Moss Bros eco-suitSubscription
Featuring recycled polyester, natural buttons, and non-toxic suit bags, men’s tailoring retailer Moss Bros has launched its first “eco” suit.
Moss Bros revenues edge up Subscription
Rising store sales and online growth helped revenues at men’s tailoring retailer Moss Bros to edge up 1.4% to £65.4m for the 26 weeks to 27 July 2019. However, losses grew and margins took a hit.
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.