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Findel plc

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Industry  Mail Order, Retail
Website  www.findel.co.uk
Revenue  410.6 million GBP (2016)
Area served  UK, Northern Ireland
Headquarters  United Kingdom
Founded  1962
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Type  Private company limited by shares
Products  Clothing Electronics Furniture Homeware Jewellery Christmas Gifts
Stock price  FDL (LON) 205.75 GBX +2.75 (+1.35%)10 Mar, 5:09 PM GMT - Disclaimer
Subsidiaries  Studio.co.uk, Findel Education Limited, AtoZ Direct

Findel plc case study


Findel plc is a British home shopping company, based in Hyde, Greater Manchester. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange. Its chairman is Ian Burke from 16 December 2016.

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Express Gifts

Express Gifts Ltd, the largest company within the Findel plc group, sells clothing, greeting cards, gifts, home and garden items through its Studio and Ace catalogues and 24Studio / 24ace websites.

Express Gifts is a multi-channel retailer that offers home shopping services through a combination of direct catalogue marketing and online shopping. Express Gifts is a credit proposition offering customers credit accounts.

Express Gifts operates through a number of brands, studio.co.uk, ace.co.uk, HalfCost, Health & Home Shopping and Webb Ivory Fundraising.

Findel Education

Findel Education is a supplier of educational resources in Europe, with a Head Office in the Hyde area of Greater Manchester. Customers include state and independent schools from nursery to secondary level, hospitals, charities, and other educational bodies. Product range covers all curriculum subjects as well as all the furniture, audio-visual, stationery and janitorial needs of schools and nurseries. The company trades in the UK and internationally through a series of high-profile catalogue brands including Findel Education, Findel International, Hope Education, Hope Early Years, GLS, Davies Sports, LDA, Philip Harris, UNILAB, NES Arnold, Galt and Step by Step. Findel Education undertakes PFI work in the UK.

History

Findel started as a greeting card company and went public in the early 1960s under the name "Fine Art Developments." It spun off its greeting card business in 1997 as a separate company called "Creative Publishing", which was subsequently acquired by Hallmark Cards in 1998. The company changed its name to "Findel plc" in 2000.

In August 2010, Findel sold Confetti.co.uk and I Want One of Those to The Hut Group

In April 2013, Findel sold its healthcare division, NRS, to LDC, and in March 2015 Findel sold its Kleeneze business to CVSL Inc.

In February 2016, Findel sold its online sports retailing business, Kitbag, to the leading US provider of licensed sports apparel and merchandise, Fanatics Inc.

References

Findel plc Wikipedia


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