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The UK arm of an international sportswear company is searching for a new buyer after entering administration. The global head office of SKINS, a company that designs and manufactures compression sportswear.
The retail industry benefited from a big New Year bounce after a tough end to 2018, with hopes that February – the month of love – will keep high street hearts beating.
Wilkins Kennedy has been based at their current address on the south side of London Bridge for the past 40 years. Later this month, the team will move to premises across the River Thames moving into brand new offices at Regis House on King William Street.
With the 5 April rushing towards us and heralding the start of a new income tax year, some changes to bear in mind going forward.
Most high streets suffered their worse Christmas trading for a decade – partly due to Black Friday’s evolution - as retailers and consumers alike are crying out for some political certainty to boost confidence.