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Moss Bros will rise to the challenges facing UK retailers in 2017 but the looming Brexit negotiations are a cause for concern because they are “out of our control”, chief executive Brian Brick said today.
Like-for-like sales at menswear retailer Moss Bros rose 5.3% to £131.5m for the 52 weeks to 28 January 2017, as its store modernisation programme nears completion.
Position last year: 42
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‘Brand perception of Moss Bros is changing,’ says CEO Brian Brick VideoSubscription
A new tailoring service and the collapse of Austin Reed have boosted the brand
The suit business has reported increased sales in both its retail and hire divisions.
Moss Bros's stance on mid-season Sale pays offSubscription
Moss Bros grew like-for-like sales by 5% and increased retail gross margin by 430 basis points for the 15 weeks to May 14, after deciding not to run a mid-season Sale.
Reduced discounting pays off for Moss BrosSubscription
Moss Bros has reported a rise in group like-for-like sales of 8.2% to £119m for the year to January 30, while underlying profit before tax grew 23.1% to £5.9m compared with the previous year.
Retail jobs will change significantly over the next decade, said leaders of some of the UK’s biggest retailers this week, as the British Retail Consortium (BRC) warned that as many as 900,000 roles could disappear by 2025.
The Drapers Interview: Moss Bros’s Brian BrickSubscription
As his seven-year turnaround plan finally comes to fruition, Moss Bros chief executive Brian Brick can taste the fruits of his labour.