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Lifestyle retailer Joules has set its sights on the US and other foreign markets after its revenues from international sales for the year to 27 May rose by 40.4% on a constant-currency basis to £24.6m.
British lifestyle retailer Joules has announced a 28.5% jump in underlying profit before tax, to £13m, for the 52 weeks ended 27 May 2018, with CEO Colin Porter hailing a “strong year of growth” for the brand.
The chief executive of Joules, Colin Porter, said the lifestyle brand is concentrating on expanding its reach in key markets including the US and Germany, as well as looking towards the Far East in the future.