Jigsaw recovers


Jigsaw recovers

Fashion business Jigsaw has overcome its difficulties to achieve sales of £47.7 million for the year to January 29th 2022, up from £38.7 million for the prior year, enabling it to narrow its pre-tax losses to £1.3 million. Parent Robinson Webster (Holdings) had suffered a number of management ‘issues’ pre-pandemic, resulting in most of its board members leaving following intense disagreements with its principal investor David Ross. Ross had acquired the brand in 2018 via his investment vehicle Mountain Berg.

Now selling via Next and Marks and Spencer online as well as from its own slimmed-down store and website, Jigsaw is rebuilding its reputation as a quality fashionable mid-market destination.

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