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Explore the latest update on one of the world's largest health and beauty retailers, including latest information on performance, strategic developments, key personnel and must see stores.
Find out how UK health and beauty specialists, such as Boots and Superdrug, will perform, online and in-store, to 2027, and the opportunities for suppliers.
In 2018, Sainsbury's looked to take on Boots and Superdrug and become a beauty destination through its beauty transformation programme.
We review Walgreens Boots Alliance’s performance, the impact of COVID-19 on its operations and the progress it is making against its four strategic priorities.
In this report, we review our five areas of change for the post-COVID world for drugstores, health and beauty stores, which we identified after the pandemic’s first wave.
We review A.S Watson’s current performance, plus progress against key strategic objectives.
CK Hutchison reported its retail revenue (A.S. Watsons) fell by 2.0% to HKD169.6 bn (US$21.9 bn), and its earnings (EBITDA) decreased by 11% to HKD14.3 bn (US$1.8 bn) in its full year 2022 results. In local currencies, its total revenue increased by 6%, while EBITDA declined by 2%.
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