After opening a first Belgian store in Antwerp last year, Danish fashion label Samsøe & Samsøe now heads to Brussels for a second Belgian store.
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Danish home decoration store chain Jysk has announced some ambitious targets during the celebrations of its fortieth anniversary. The chain wants to more than double its number of stores to 5,000 and start a worldwide expansion.
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The Carlsberg group is doing well everywhere, except in the United Kingdom: the Danish brewery has now started a remarkable advertising campaign to win back the British consumer.
After a turnover decrease in 2017, Danish toy manufacturer Lego saw its turnover and its profit improve once more in 2018, thanks to a double-digit growth in China.
Hvisk, a brand that sells purses and accessories, has its eye on the Benelux. The colourful Danish brand wants to expand further into Europe and is working on that in Belgium, with the Netherlands to follow.
Department stores shouldn’t be afraid of the digital world, they should embrace it. At the same time, it is all about maintaining the right focus: luxury, emotion, entertainment and service are more important than price.
Danish furniture chain JYSK continues its growth with a turnover of 3.6 billion euros in its financial year 2017-2018. The new record is mostly due to a large number of store openings and the chain's entry into the United Arab Emirates.
Scandinavian home improvement chain JYSK has achieved a record turnover of 2.16 billion euro: CEO Jan Bøgh is particularly happy with the strong growth in the number of customers.
Danish Jysk will open another eleven stores in Belgium in 2018, bringing its total to seventeen. The Danish counterpart to Ikea aims to have about 100 stores in Belgium at some point.
Ecco can look back on 2017 as its best financial year ever. The Danish shoe brand, known for its “follow the foot” philosophy, exceeded its own expectations thanks to an 8 % growth.
Lego’s 2017 turnover slumped for the first time in thirteen years. The Danish toy manufacturer suffered both in North America and Europe, but the new CEO sees a silver lining.
Danish Lars Larsen Group, which owns furniture chain Jysk, has reached record results in its fiscal year 2016/2017: the group generated a 4 billion euro (30 billion Danish krona) turnover and its EBITDA was 3.4 billion Danish krona (450 million euro).
Danish JYSK published a record 3.36 billion euro turnover in its 2016-2017 fiscal year. Backed by more than 2,500 stores worldwide, it achieved yet another record.
Danish fashion brand Samsøe & Samsøe will open its first Belgian store in Antwerp in February 2018. Customers will be able to buy clothing, shoes and accessories, which were previously only available online and in Dutch boutiques.
Danish toy manufacturer Lego will cut 1,400 jobs following its first turnover drop in more than a decade. The jobs will be cut before the end of the year.
In the first half of the year, Danish beer brewer Carlsberg saw its turnover grow 2 % to 31.8 billion krona (4.3 billion euro). The improves sales for its more expensive beers, like Belgian Grimbergen, contributed to this turnover increase.