International expansion is key to New Look's future
By just-style.com | 6 June 2007
UK fashion chain New Look is currently in the midst of negotiations for a new private equity owner. The company's emergence as a highly rated, sellable asset is largely due to the success of its rapid expansion strategy, primarily in the UK and Ireland but also abroad where growth is viewed a key element in the group's future - as New Look's international director Michael Lemner tells Stuart Todd.
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