Britain's Marks & Spencer said on Thursday it would launch a wave of guest clothing brands on its website this spring, including Hobbs, White Stuff, Joules and Sloggi, in bid to accelerate online growth.
Sosandar had a good half-year (the period to the end of September), it said on Wednesday. Revenue surged 52% and its EBITDA loss saw “a substantial improvement”, although it didn’t give a specific figure for that loss.
John Lewis has announced the addition of 30+ new brands to its fashion, accessory and beauty offer for the autumn season. Some are already in-store with more due this month and the debuts set to continue into October.
E-tailer Sosandar had a strong first quarter, despite the lockdown, and even edged closer to profitability in June. The company adjusted its strategy and its product mix and won new customers as a result.
Fast-growing womenswear e-tailer Sosandar said on Friday that Stephen Dilks is joining it as Finance Director as James Bowling, Head of Finance, “has decided to step down to pursue other opportunities”.
As the Covid-19 crisis continues, brands that aren’t well established will have a tough time surviving, even if they’re owned by big names. So it was no surprise to learn that River Island-backed Harpenne has been axed.