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Endeavour Group’s net profit drops despite top-line growth

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per cent to $351 million, impacted by higher finance costs and in line with previous guidance. The post Endeavour Group’s net profit drops despite top-line growth appeared first on Inside Retail Australia. However, net profit after tax slid 3.6 Improvements in the segment began in February, with sales up 1.5

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Russia’s war eats into Levi Strauss’ top line

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Levi Strauss & Co reported a weaker top line for the first quarter of FY24, which was attributed to the impact of its Russia business as well as a shift in wholesale shipments. On the bottom line, the company swung to net loss of $11 million from net income of $115 million in the prior year.

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New merchandise offering boosts The Reject Shop’s top line

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The post New merchandise offering boosts The Reject Shop’s top line appeared first on Inside Retail Australia. “The company is well placed to navigate these challenges with its strong balance sheet, which comprises over $80 million of cash and no drawn debt,” added Fisher.

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Can brand values really benefit your bottom line?

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So can a considered and concerted effort to embed and live your values actually deliver value to you, your people, your customers and your bottom line? Yes, even on the bottom line. The post Can brand values really benefit your bottom line? appeared first on Inside Retail Australia.

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How to Maximize ROI of Your Composable Commerce Transformation

Join Orium , Bold , and MACH Alliance Ambassador Sree Sreedhararaj (SVP, CTO Sephora), for an expert panel exploring answers to common composable commerce questions like “How does it improve bottom line?,” “ How can it create revenue through an incremental implementation? ,” and “Is it right for my brand?”

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Supply-chain snarls eat into Kogan’s bottom line

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Pureplay electronics retailer Kogan has struggled to maintain momentum in its first half, although its New Zealand subsidiary Mighty Ape reduced the impact on its bottom line. The post Supply-chain snarls eat into Kogan’s bottom line appeared first on Inside Retail. million, down 70.1 per cent to $7.1 million. “As

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Tween beauty: Are brands crossing the line?

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Drunk Elephant is a brand that’s been front-and-centre and also the first in the firing line. The post Tween beauty: Are brands crossing the line? Drunk Elephant takes to social media The controversy surrounding tween beauty has thrown a few beauty brands into hot water. I figured Sephora could wait.

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