- Angela Gonzalez-Rodriguez
New York – Men’s clothing retailer END. has sustained growth over the
summer months, registering a 26 percent increase in turnover. The company
has also announced it’s expanding its staff with the hiring of over 150 new
The British retailer, which owns physical stores in Newcastle, London
and Glasgow, does most of its business online.
Publicly available accounts for the Ashworth and Parker, which trades as
END., for the year ending March 31 show that revenue increased from 134.7
million pounds in 2019 to 170.5 million pounds in the same period of 2020.
Operating profit went up from 27 million pounds to 31.4 million pounds.
In public documents, END. director Christiaan Ashworth explains the brand’s
success stating that “END.’s success is underpinned by its long-term
approach and the energy our teams put into developing positive,
collaborative and lasting relationships. Our partnerships with the 500
brands we work with remains one of our highest priorities and we work
tirelessly to represent each individual brand in an authentic, high-quality
and aspirational way.”
Ashworth further highlights that their “loyal and discerning customer
base (currently around 3.6m) continues to grow across the world, as does
our following on social media. We are proud of the high engagement we have
with our social community of more than 2.8m followers, who inspire us and
drive us to continually raise the bar.”