×
47
Fashion Jobs
SHISEIDO
Drunk Elephant Account Manager - Arnotts Dublin (37.5 Hours)
Permanent · Dublin
TAPESTRY
Sales Associate i - ce ir Arnotts (Women) (37.5 Hours)
Permanent · Dublin
LEVI'S
Summer Stylist Temp
Fixed-term · Kildare
RITUALS
Store Manager - Dundrum (40 Hours)
Permanent · Dublin
RITUALS
Sales Advisor - Dundrum (8 Hours)
Permanent · Dublin
CLAUDIE PIERLOT IRLANDE
Sales Assistant - 16h - Permanent - Dublin m/f
Permanent · DUBLIN 2
CLAUDIE PIERLOT IRLANDE
Sales Assistant - 15h - Permanent- bt Dundrum m/f
Permanent · DUBLIN
CLAUDIE PIERLOT IRLANDE
Sales Assistant - 10h - Fixed-Term - bt Dundrum m/f
Fixed-term · DUBLIN
LULULEMON
Educator | Brown Thomas Grafton st Part-Time
Permanent · Dublin 2
BA&SH
New Opening - Staff Members - Dundrum Dublin
Permanent · DUBLIN
LULULEMON
Key Leader | Brown Thomas Grafton st
Permanent · Dublin
AMERICAN VINTAGE
Assistant Store Manager (M/W) New Opening
Permanent · KILDARE
RITUALS
Sales Advisor - Galway (24 Hours)
Permanent · Galway
BA&SH
Sales Assistant - Kildare Village - New Opening
Permanent · KILDARE
BA&SH
Store Manager - Kildare Village - New Opening
Permanent · KILDARE
AMERICAN VINTAGE
Store Manager (M/W) New Opening
Permanent · KILDARE
SHISEIDO
Nars Makeup Artist - Brown Thomas Dublin (15 Hours)
Permanent · Dublin
TK MAXX
10014-Associate
Permanent · Drogheda
LULULEMON
Store Manager | Brown Thomas Cork
Permanent · Cork
LULULEMON
Educator Part-Time | Dundrum
Permanent · Dublin
LULULEMON
Educator Full - Time | Dundrum
Permanent · Dublin
RITUALS
Supervisor - Dundrum (32 Hours)
Permanent · Dublin
Published
Sep 8, 2021
Share
Download
Download the article
Print
Click here to print
Text size
aA+ aA-

Inspecs outperforms in "challenging" half-year

Published
Sep 8, 2021

How good were Inspecs results for the half-year to 30 June? Sales jumped to $125.7 million from just $16.7 million, core earnings (underlying EBITDA) rose to $17.7 million from $0.7 million and its reported pre-tax loss was cut to $2.6m from $8.3m.


Inspecs


All this was achieved in the face of 2020’s “most challenging environment” in the year-ago period. 

It also has a strong order book. That means the UK-based eyewear frames and lenses designer, manufacturer and distributor (which reports its results in US dollars) also said it was also able to stand by its full-year expectations.

Its licences include Superdry, Ted Baker, Radley London and O’Neill and its results were enough to please even the most cautious of CEOs, with Robin Totterman saying Wednesday: “I believe that we have developed over the last 12-months the ability to quickly change both our working and trading patterns to be able to continue to achieve solid results”.

Totterman added: “Our factories have managed to carry on producing in what has been an extraordinarily difficult time and all our factory workers in Vietnam have been vaccinated to enable them to carry on production.

"Our plant in China has continued to operate despite Covid-19 difficulties throughout the period. Our teams across the globe continue to drive new innovation, explore opportunities and expand into new markets through integration, organic growth and acquisitions”.

No wonder he’s “looking forward to providing a further update with our Q3 trading update at the end of October”.

Copyright © 2022 FashionNetwork.com All rights reserved.