Dunelm reimburses £ 14.5million for online sales Business

Dunelm CEO Nick Wilkinson said: “In recent months, household items have become even more relevant as people spend more time in their homes across the country.

“While we remain cautious in the face of lingering uncertainty in the broader market, the resilience and flexibility of our business model leaves us well positioned as we enter our peak period, and we remain confident in our ability to increasing our market share and helping even more customers create a home they love. “

He added that in the past three months, Dunelm has moved two stores to Sunderland and Clydebank, both locations being heated with 100% renewable electricity and low-energy light bulbs.

The decision to reimburse the leave follows similar decisions by other companies, which returned more than £ 215million they did not need or took in error.

According to HMRC figures last month, 80,433 employers returned the money given to them to help cover workers’ wages.

Shares fell 3.4% to £ 15.04 in the morning session, valuing the company at £ 3bn. The stock started the year at £ 11.35.

More about this article: Read More
This notice was published: 2020-10-15 09:44:34