Superdry continues to progress despite challenging sales in its physical stores. But a focus on e-tail, wholesale, womenswear and other key product extensions means it's staying confident for the year ahead.
Superdry powered ahead again in its latest year but Q4 proved challenging on the store front as snow kept shoppers at home. Yet the company remains in robust good health with more strong growth forecast this year.
Superdry's co-founder is stepping down from the company and will focus on charity in the future, also making a big donation to boost biodiversity. His product and brand role will be shared among the creative team.
The British retailer has announced that its current CFO Nick Wharton plans to leave the business after two years in the role. He will be succeeded by Ed Barker, who served as Sainsbury's CFO before joining Superdry.