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The last set of UK department store retailer Debenhams results under outgoing CEO Michael Sharp provide little to shout about.
If a BHS breakup ensues after the UK retailer’s collapse into administration, Marks & Spencer and Debenhams would be the main beneficiaries.
British retail chain BHS has collapsed, jeopardising 11,000 jobs across the UK and leading to the likely closure of most of its 238-strong store network.
Debenhams CEO Michael Sharp has released the last results of the UK department store chain under his watch – and they’re pretty good.
Philippines retailer Periwinkle childrens clothing enters Indonesia in the first step of an ASEAN roll-out.
US children’s apparel retailer The Children’s Place is planning to expand to India. The Children’s Place is reportedly in advanced discussions with Arvind Brands, said sources close to the development. The New Jersey-based retailer offers apparel, accessories and footwear for children from newborn to 10 years of age. Arvind Brands is also in talks with US retailer Gap and nearing a joint venture deal with Japanese brand Uniqlo. Recently, it added international brands Nautica, Debenhams …
Arvind Lifestyle Brands acquires Debenhams, Nautica and Next businesses in India from Planet Retail.
UK department store opens its second largest international site.
Indian company Arvind is likely to acquire operating rights and stores of British brands from Planet Retail.
Monsoon to open stores in India following a franchise agreement with Planet Retail.
After two closures, UK retailer poised for strong Indian growth.
Indian retailer put expansion plans on hold citing sluggish sales and weakening economy.