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Joules set for £140m IPO

Lifestyle retailer Joules is reportedly gearing up for an IPO that would value the firm at £140m.

Founder of the business Tom Joule is working with investment bank Rothschild to list his company early next year, according to The Sunday Times.

Joule began selling pink wellies at equestrian events before opening his first store in Market Harborough 15 years ago. Since then, the company has opened more than 100 shops in the UK and Ireland. It is also stocked in Harrods and John Lewis.

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  • I have just about scraped together the £110 that your article states is the price of the IPO.
    Where do I pay?

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