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Edinburgh Woollen Mill
Edinburgh Woollen Mill is to expand its chain of more than 1,000 Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Peacocks fashion stores with 100 new sites over the next two years, with the creation of 800 jobs.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill is planning to open a further 18 Ponden Home stores over the next year.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill is planning to expand its chain of more than 1,000 fashion stores with at least 100 new sites over the next two years.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill is reported to have acquired the intellectual property of Internacionale, the discount fashion chain in administration.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill has announced plans to open 100 stores across the country, with the creation of 1,145 jobs over the next 18 months.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill is to relocate the head office of its Jane Norman fashion business and up to 40 jobs from London to the Peacocks site in Cardiff.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill is to invest £50m in the expansion of its recently-acquired chain of 344 Peacocks fashion stores over the next 18 months.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill has bought 388 Peacocks fashion stores and concessions out of administration, but a further 224 stores will close with the loss of 3,100 jobs.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill is planning to open 150 new knitwear stores this year, as well as 75 Jane Norman fashion outlets and 30 Ponden Home outlets.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill is planning to expand its chain of 63 Jane Norman fashion stores with between 50 and 75 new sites over the next two years.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill has bought 33 Jane Norman fashion stores in a pre-pack administration, securing the future of almost 400 jobs, but a further 33 stores will close.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill is expanding its chain of 321 clothing stores with 60 new outlets over this financial year and next year.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill has bought 77 Rosebys curtains stores out of administration, securing the future of 495 jobs.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill has acquired Hector Russell, the highland dress company with four stores.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill is to continue expanding its chain of 290 stores, having opened seven new sites over the last six months.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill is planning to open up to 50 new shops in the UK over the next three years, and may consider international expansion into the US, Japan and Korea.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill, the chain of 285 knitwear stores with 3,400 staff, is to undergo a £67m management buy-out backed by Bank of Scotland.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill is planning to set up a nationwide distribution centre for its retailing business in Carlisle, with the creation of 50 new jobs and the relocation of 120 jobs from existing sites at Longtown and Langholm.