Finnish retailer Stockmann had good news and bad on Friday, saying that it swung back into profit on an adjusted operating basis in Q3, even though overall revenue in the three months to September 30 fell.
A selection of Lindex lingerie and nightwear has launched on the popular fashion platform, joining Asos’ roster of international brands. The move is part of a new strategy to boost Lindex’s online presence.
Stockmann reported better-than-expected second-quarter results on Thursday, thanks to increased sales at its fashion chain Lindex, but warned that its department stores would remain in the red in the full year.
KappAhl's CEO has quit by mutual agreement with the company saying it's all about opposing strategic visions. And while it said the move isn't based on poor results, it's undeniable that the company has underperformed.
Lindex owner and department stores operator Stockmann had a little bit of good news in its Q1 results report, even though it still made a hefty loss and the turnaround programme will see it speeding up store closures.
Stockmann’s Performance is getting better but the firm isn’t in the clear yet as the Lindex chain owner is still facing big challenges. One of the biggest is that Lindex operation which is finding sales growth elusive.
Lindex has teamed up with eight young artists in a new initiative merging art, fashion and female empowerment. Each piece is inspired by artworks celebrating women, and aims to encourage shoppers to express themselves.