Tag : Joules
Joules revenue drops Subscription
Joules has reported a 1.4% drop in group revenue to £111.6m, for the 26 weeks ending 24 November 2019. The news comes after the lifestyle retailer announced “disappointing” sales over Christmas, due to poor online stock availability.
Consumers “pulled forward” Christmas gift purchases to take advantage of Black Friday discounting, analysts have told Drapers, as multiple retailers report a slump in festive sales.
Joules sales decline after stock errorSubscription
Sales at British lifestyle brand Joules fell by 4.5% year on year over the seven-week Christmas period to 5 January 2020, as a result of disappointing online sales and a stock availability issue through the end-of-season Sale event.
Joules primed for 'tough' trading, says chiefSubscription
Joules CEO Nick Jones says the retailer is set up for a “successful Christmas” and ready to battle through further tough trading head winds, as it has “stepped up” its investments in the business.
Joules beats 'tough trading' with revenue riseSubscription
British lifestyle brand Joules has reported a 1.3% year-on-year rise in revenues to £111.6m in the 26 weeks to 24 November, despite the “continued challenging trading environment”.
Joules asks suppliers for discountSubscription
Joules has asked its suppliers for discounts on spring 20 orders to help it to absorb a new tariff levied on goods moving from the UK to the US, Drapers can reveal.
Drapers marks its 132nd anniversary this week, and we’re not the only ones celebrating.
Lifestyle brand Joules is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2019. Founder Tom Joule and CEO Colin Porter explain to Drapers why customer closeness is vital and share where the brand is heading next.
BRC launches retail management apprenticeship Subscription
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has today launched a retail leadership and management apprenticeship in collaboration with lifestyle retailer Joules and supermarket group The Company Shop.
Customer focus key to Joules’s success Subscription
Joules’s expansion in key international markets and razor-sharp focus on its customer over the past 12 months were responsible for driving growth, despite challenging market conditions, CEO Colin Porter has said.