Footwear retailer says its trading performance over the last two months has gone beyond expectations.
Accent Group launched the first store in its new value-conscious brand Pivot last week/
Retail mogul steps down as non-executive director, but will continue to advise the footwear giant.
Rental agreements and the availability of hand sanitiser play a big role in retailers’ decision-making.
Net profit rose 9.7 per cent to $35.3 million, while EBITDA grew by 10.5 per cent to $67.7 million.
The online site will offer brands from across the group’s retail chains, plus more.
Online retailer that went into voluntary administration has been bought by footwear giant.
Retail leaders discuss how to get ahead of customer expectations.
Kids fashion grows up over the last year, says The Iconic.
Pivot will target a void in the Australian footwear market.