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B&M profile

A guide to the retailer and its operations today. Updated quarterly to including latest information on performance, strategic developments, marketing initiatives, key personnel and must see stores.

B&M: data

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B&M Snapshot

An essential summary of trading priorities, latest developments, and other key commercial insights for B&M.

UK Country Presentation

This in-depth guide explores the key trends in grocery retail and the growth strategies of major retailers as they respond to the Covid-19 crisis and prepare for EU Exit. It also includes our current market and channel forecasts, as well as quarterly LFL and full year profit data for The Big Four retailers. Retailers profiled in this report: Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda, Morrisons, Co-op, Waitrose, Aldi, Lidl, M&S, Iceland.

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B&M's results for the 52 weeks to 27 March 2021 show strong performance in both the UK and France. Growth was driven by new store openings and sales in non-grocery categories.

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With COVID-19 impacting the way people shop, each channel has had to adapt to satisfy changing shopper needs. The discount channel has had a mixed experience dealing with these changes throughout the pandemic. Sales have been negatively impacted due to shoppers using fewer channels and avoiding smaller stores. For the variety discounters, such as Poundland, they have also had challenges including...
Variety discounter B&M's Q3 results (13-week period from 27 September to 26 December 2020) show positive growth across the majority of the business, particularly its UK banner.  Revenue growth across all banners, expect Babou Group revenue +22.5% to £1,398.5m (2019: £1,138m) B&M UK +26.6% to £1,211.8m (2019: £957.4m) Heron Foods +7.6% to £102.9m (2019: £95.6m) Babou (France) -1.4% ...
Lidl, B&M and Amazon have become the latest retailers to repay business rates relief received from the UK government and devolved administrations during the pandemic. The announcements follow the decision by Tesco to repay the relief last week and subsequent moves from Sainsbury’s, Asda, Morrisons and Aldi . In total the relief set to be repaid by grocery retailers has now reached £1.9bn. L...
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