Briscoe Group Ltd has come out well ahead in a year which group managing director Rod Duke said had been challenging for many retailers.
Briscoe Group Ltd has lifted its adjusted same-store annual sales by just under 5% – sporting goods by 7%, homeware by 3.8%.
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Published: 25 March 2005 Rebel Sport owner Briscoe Group Ltd has signed a conditional agreement to take the franchising business for the Stirling Sports chain of sports goods stores off Mark Taylor’s Stirling Sports Franchises Ltd & Franchise Investments Ltd (in receivership since December). Franchise Investments licensed the intellectual property rights in the Stirling Sports […]
Briscoe Group Ltd’s directors said on Friday the company expected to make a lower full-year net profit after tax than previously indicated. They said November ended disappointingly, December trading started more slowly than anticipated and this was likely to bring a similar cut in 2nd-half profit to the $3.1 million first-half reduction. In that event, […]
Rebel Sports owner Briscoe Group Ltd (managing director Rod Duke) is discussing the takeover of the franchise rights to the opposition 38-store Stirling Sports chain from Mark Taylor, whose listed RetailX business fell apart when receivers were called in to The Building Depot in September. Mr Taylor, of Christchurch, took over his father Colin’s franchising […]