Beds and upholstery group Airsprung Group has eliminated waste going to landfill.
Of the three categories of stores Carpetright is considering closing over the next three years, 92 are earmarked to close from 23 September onwards. 11 of the branches are already non-trading.
Domotex will adopt the theme of Create’N’Connect for the 2019 show, while more than half of the exhibition’s space has been sold.
Victoria is to reward its senior management if its share price increases by a fifth in a year.
Just 195 of Carpetright’s 426 UK stores are considered core to the business, while it needs a further £15m of funding before raising £60m from shareholders in early June: just over three weeks since raising £12.5m from shareholder Meditor.
Vogue Beds has recruited a new sales agent for Yorkshire and the north-east of England.
Furniture brand Timothy Oulton is to open a flagship store in London.
Carpetright wants to close 92 of its 426 UK stores and cut the rent on a further 113 in order to ‘restore the viability of the group’s business model’.
Adjustable bed and upholstery manufacturer Furmanac cut costs by £2.5m in the past financial year.
Home sales slipped at John Lewis last week, although some product categories saw double-digit increases.
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