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Smiggle is an Australian-based retail store chain that sells stationery and related accessories. It was founded in Melbourne by Stephen Meurs and Peter Pausewang in 2003 and acquired by the Just Group in July 2007. As of February 2016, the chain has stores located across Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Malaysia and the Republic of Ireland. Smiggle is renowned for its use of vibrant bold colours and quirky graphics on most of its branded products.
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Smiggle is an Australian-based retail store chain that sells stationery and related accessories. It was founded in Melbourne by Stephen Meurs and Peter Pausewang in 2003 and acquired by the Just Group in July 2007. As of February 2016, the chain has stores located across Australia (135), New Zealand (23), Singapore (17), United Kingdom (100), Hong Kong (14), Malaysia (4) and the Republic of Ireland (3).
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Stationery Matters – News – Premier could slash Smiggle UK store footprint
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Retail Week has reported that Premier Investments, the Australian owner of stationery retailer Smiggle, is piling on the pressure for landlords to reduce rents drastically. If this cannot be achieved, the company would “walk away from 117 of its 134 UK stores” in what Premier Investments described as a “very distressed and uncertain macroeconomic environment.”
In a bid to ratchet up the pressure on landlords, Premier has taken out a A$25.9m hit on its current balance sheet in order to bring the fit-out costs for most of its UK stores in line with the 5-year lease breaks it negotiated when it first entered the UK market in February 2014. What this means is the retailer could walk away from most of its stores without incurring any future closure costs.
The Sydney Morning Herald reported that Premier Investments told investors at its full-year results on Friday that it had no qualms about walking away from leases, even in high-profile locations. Economic and political uncertainty has forced the company to reassess its retail leases in the UK, with Premier ending a number of lease agreements early in order to negotiate cheaper rents, at a one-off cost of A$25. 9m.
Chief executive Mark McInnes said that while it was difficult to predict when conditions might improve, he was confident the UK economy would recover in due course, saying: “Great Britain has been through many, many trials and tribulations in the last hundred years, including a couple of wars. I’m sure when all this mess is over it will bounce back.”
Despite the impact of Brexit on Smiggle’s UK presence, the brand achieved record global sales for the year of A$306.5m, driven by an outstanding year in its Asian market. In its full-year results Investor Report, the company said that FY19 UK online sales represented 18% of total UK sales, “as consumers increasingly shop this channel.”
On a global scale the report reaffirmed Smiggle’s growth strategy, targeting to deliver A$450m in annual Smiggle global retail sales in calendar 2021 or calendar 2022.
Stationery chain Smiggle: ‘In some stores kids come in with a £50 note’ | Retail industry
“I was in Smiggle and my mum said ‘I wish there were some chairs’ but other than that Smiggle is amazing,” is the professional assessment of the eight-year-old budding retail analyst Bridie O’Brien.
Her father, Patrick, a retail expert at the GlobalData consultancy, had called on his daughter’s expertise as the London schoolgirl is exactly the target customer of the Australian chain that has taken the UK by storm over the last four years.
While many other UK retailers are feeling the squeeze and shutting shops, Smiggle’s British sales nearly doubled to £56m last year and its profits surged from £3.3m to £10.8m, according to accounts filed this month.
The retailer, best-known for its fluorescent notebooks and sweet-smelling pencils and rubbers, has pursued an aggressive store-opening plan since arriving on British shores in 2014. Earlier this month, Smiggle (where a smile meets a giggle) made its debut on Oxford Street in London with a two-storey tween temple twice the size of its other stores.
I think anything that entices children to want to go to school is a good thing
“We try and be a wholesome alternative to the dreaded screen,” explains John Cheston, the retailer’s Melbourne-based managing director, who is in the UK for the high-profile store opening. “We get a lot of goodwill out of that.”
Smiggle is after children’s pocket money with its sights trained on the stationery needs, scented or otherwise, of children aged five to 14. It’s a bigger market opportunity than you’d think, with Sheffield-born Cheston revealing that some children turn up at his shops in affluent Surrey with a crisp £50 note to spend.
“It’s not unusual for kids to have pocket money of £20, £30, £40 a week,” he says. “We have some stores where kids get £50 a week and come in with a £50 note.”
“One of the greatest things about our brand is that it transcends all demographics,” says the 51-year-old, who describes himself as a “northern kid who came from nothing”.
“There’s the little girl who is at a private prep school, has got a horse and her parents are doing really well, and she loves Smiggle,” says Cheston. “At the other end there’s kids from broken homes, who see their parent every few weeks, and when asked what do you want to do? will say: ‘I’d like to go to McDonald’s for a happy meal, see the latest Pixar animated film and go to Smiggle’.”
Cheston, who started his career with a traineeship at Marks & Spencer, has masterminded the stationery brand’s assault on the cutthroat UK market. In doing so he has put to shame the efforts of his countrymen from Wesfarmers who have crashed and burned and had to write off £500m following their disastrous £340m acquisition of Homebase.
Smiggle is one of several brands owned by Just Group, a subsidiary of Premier Investments, run by retail billionaire Solomon Lew. It is the only brand that Just Group has exported to the UK and its success comes at a time when many homegrown retailers, from Mothercare to New Look, Carpetright and House of Fraser are struggling.
Cheston, who regularly clocks up 30,000 steps a day patrolling shopping centres and competitors’ stores, says: “We did a massive amount of reconnaissance before we committed to coming here.”
Cheston reckoned it would get sales of $A200m (£111m) within five years, a plan expected to involve 200 store openings. It remains on track to hit that sales target, but with 130 stores in the bag and another dozen in the pipeline it may slow the pace of openings after being surprised by the success of its website. “Online blew us away because kids don’t have credit cards right?” says Cheston.
The problems faced by other retailers mean there is downward pressure on retail rents. “If we wanted to get to 200 stores the deals in Grimsby or Wolverhampton would be a lot more compelling than a year ago, because of people shuttering stores,” he explains. “But if you are a brand that wants prime sites it’s harder. I don’t want to be the last man with the lights on when everyone else is walking away.”
Despite her passion for Smiggle, Bridie O’Brien is not without criticism of the brand. In particular, she has an issue with some of the prices – £18 for pencil cases and £33 for a backpack, for example. “I think that they could bring the prices down,” she wrote.
The frenzy around the brand in the early days, which Cheston likens to Beatlemania, has also been blamed for playground squabbles, with some teachers complaining its expensive novelty gear is distracting, leading to classroom bans – including at Bridie’s school.
Cheston is undeterred: “I think anything that entices children to want to go to school is a good thing. There is a bigger issue with kids with mobile phones.
“If the biggest problem in the world today is a scented pencil case and a pencil that changes colour then the world’s gone mad.”
Premier Retail looking to exit 350 stores in Australia and New Zealand
Despite delivering a 29 per cent growth in net profit to $137.8 million for FY20, Premier Investments is looking to exit 350 stores across Australia and New Zealand due to unfavourable rent agreements.
Underlying earnings before interest and tax jumped 11.9 per cent to $187.2 million, while overall online sales grew by a record 48.8 per cent – contributing 25.5 per cent of sales in the second half of the year.
Chairman Solomon Lew said the strong retail result, which encompasses brands such as Smiggle, Peter Alexander and Just Group, was not a product of dumb luck.
“Rather, Premier has managed its own luck over a number of years by controlling those things that we can control, for example by fully owning our distribution centre and head office, by continually strengthening our balance sheet and heavily investing in our world class online capabilities,” Lew said.
“Customers are choosing to increasingly shop online during this highly uncertain environment… Our online business has a significantly higher EBITDA than the retail store channel, and this accelerated swing in customer preference has increased our focus on individual store profitability.”
And while Lew lauded the business’ online growth, he was also quick to add that the bricks-and-mortar retail space had shifted just as significantly – to the point that in order to ensure the continued strength of Premier’s brands it has plans to shut down up to 350 stores across Australia and New Zealand, and a number of international sites.
According to CEO Mark McInnes, Smiggle, for example, is performing well in regions where schools have re-opened and poorly in those where they have not.
“To ensure [Smiggle] rebounds and can grow quickly post Covid-19, the group will close all Hong Kong retail stores by October 31, close up to 55 stores in the UK in FY21, and impair all other Smiggle UK and Republic of Ireland [and] Singapore, Mayalsia and Hong Kong,” McInnes said.
McInnes didn’t specify if these closures would be permanent or temporary, but said Premier will offset this action with an increased focus on the online side of the business, which leaves the brand best-placed to thrive post-pandemic.
And while the impact on Smiggle seems to be far and away the largest for Premier, McInnes maintained the business’ position that should landlords not understand the changing nature of physical retail Premier is more than willing to exit unfavorable leases.
“We’ve got plenty of landlords we’ve come to agreements with, because there’s plenty that get it,” McInnes said.
“[But] we take every store, every decision, as it comes based on the shop’s profitability. And pleasingly there are a lot of landlords who respect and value the brand… and then some landlords who don’t get it. And if they don’t offer us rent that can keep our stores profitable, we close.”
smiggle introduction and where the shop is (Australia, UK, Malaysia, Singapore, New Zealand and Hong Kong, USA?, Japan?)
what is Australia in Smiggle?
smiggle was born in 2003、even it is still famous around world!
the goal for smiggle is、original、fun、and unique creativity
the name Smiggle is standing for、smile and giggle as you can see.
Smiggle shop site(AUSTRALIA)
the colorful shop
if you get inside the shop、pop colored stationary。the fashionable and cute some decoration for your house. bag, accessories, pencil case, water bottle, and some stationary(color pencil, rubber, note) , watch, smart phone and toy.
these are for girls
these are for boys
Smiggle’s charm point
ohh i must have that! so much cute stuff. pop color and glitterly stuff. unicorn, cat, owl and bunnies. Do you like any of them?if you do, you should like SMIGGLE like me.
i bet you want to have a collection.different color or different character that is a must on every ones list.
one by one,i like it when there is surprise, like my hard top pencil of mine.it has two designs on one pencil case because of the front design and the back design. Now, i am gonna introduce you some of the item from
bag, accessories, pencil case, stationary and many more.
Smiggle shop site these are a bit from the site.
iPhone phone cases(unicorn!!!!!!!)
some gifts for friends! [how colorful]
the description down below has all the thing that i bought
pop out pencil case 10th birthday
my pop out pencil case
hard top pencil case
my hard top pencil case
my smiggle watch
the history of smiggle
Stephen Meurs and Peter Pausewang made smiggle for kids five to forteen, fun, attractive, fashionable, i bet you want to collect the things、and a reasonable stationary.
the first shop was born in Melbourne, Australia on 2003. the small stuff bright pen, note book, small gadget be came popular around Australia. smiggle caught the eye of the Just Group – Australasia’s most exciting fashion & apparel retailer. Smiggle joined the Just Group in August 2007.
smiggle went splendid and now, there is more then 20 shop around the world
on 2008 new zealand was the first place over sea store for smiggle
on 2011, singapore
on 2014, UK
on 2016, malaysia and hong kong
where is the shop in USA? (us store)
sorry, there is no shop in USA yet as for September 2018 but there still is a lot of shop’s in UK and Australia.
in USA, there is no shop so if any one gets it for you as a present, that will be lucky.but you will still wanna buy stuff your self, RIGHT?
Well there is a website shopping for the amazing smiggle.
Smiggle web site
Smiggle UK receives warning from Australian parent company – Toy World Magazine | The business magazine with a passion for toysToy World Magazine
Premier Investments has suggested that it could withdraw financial support from its UK subsidiary.
According to the Financial Times, Smiggle, the Australian-owned stationery retailer, has warned that its parent group could withdraw financial support from its British subsidiary if economic conditions worsen. The news was revealed after Smiggle approached some landlords about its desire to lower its rental bill.
The UK subsidiary’s annual accounts, filed at Companies House, stated that its Australia-listed parent, Premier Investments, has reserved its right to review the financial support on which its British operation is reliant, and that it had “undertaken to inform the company in the event that . . . it would or might no longer be prepared to continue to provide such financial support”.
Smiggle launched in the UK in 2014 and currently has 134 stores across the country, mostly in shopping centres. It has also expanded into south-east Asia, New Zealand and Ireland.
Premier Investments has apparently declined to comment on the statement or outline the circumstances under which it might decide to stop backing the UK operation.
The statement admits that consumer sentiment continues to be weak in the UK amid concerns over Brexit. At its first-half results in March, Premier delayed its target for Smiggle to achieve worldwide sales of A$450m to 2021 / 2022 rather than 2020, specifically blaming Brexit and the uncertainty it has created.
Property agents have reportedly admitted that Smiggle has been having informal conversations with some landlords over the past three months about reducing rents. According to those agents, the requests have largely been met with an unsympathetic response.
A person with knowledge of the company’s revised strategy told the FT that talks with landlords were also being driven by prevailing conditions in the UK property market, admitting: “They are aware that rebates and discounts are being offered to other retailers in the same centres.”
Earlier this year, rival stationery retailer Paperchase used a company voluntary arrangement to reduce its rent payments and close some stores. However, most observers think it is unlikely that Smiggle would follow that approach, given that many of its leases were signed in the past couple of years.
Premier’s recent presentations to Australian investors have highlighted the growth in channels other than traditional stores. In the UK, it has opened only one new store in the past year, preferring to focus on concessions and the wholesale business. Online sales are almost a fifth of the total and growing strongly. In the year to March 2018, sales rose by a quarter to £69m, but net profit fell to £5.73m — down from £8.51m the previous year.
Smiggle UK said that it had received a letter from its parent pledging financial support for the next year, and its balance sheet is said to be robust, with an even split of debt and equity funding.
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Smiggle is an Australian retail chain selling stationery and related accessories. It was founded in Melbourne by Stephen Moers and Peter Pausewang in 2003 and acquired by the Just Group in July 2007. As of February 2016, the chain has stores located in Australia (135), New Zealand (23), Singapore (17), UK (100), Hong Kong (14), Malaysia (4) and the Republic of Ireland (3).Smiggle is renowned for using vibrant vibrant colors and quirky graphics on most of its branded products.
Former Smiggle prom at Melbourne Central, located in Melbourne CBD. Closed in early 2013, a larger store opened in the same center.
Smiggle originated from the idea of Stephen Moers and Peter Pausewang, who saw a gap in the market for fun, captivating, collectible, trendy and affordable stationery designed for the 5-14 age group.In late 2002, Meers began designing, developing and manufacturing the first Smiggle stationery lines, and Keith Martino was tasked with finding suitable retail locations in Melbourne. They chose the name “Smiggle” as the word “smile and giggle” to reflect their product goals. In addition to retail, Meers and Pausewang wanted to go into wholesale, so they entered the Sydney Trade Fair as latecomers with only two weeks to prepare.Commenting on that first trade fair, Martino said Dynamic Business ; “To our amazement, our reaction was overwhelming, so we thought we had found something.” The Smiggle team then hired a wholesale manager, which allowed the new business’s wholesale and retail divisions to grow in tandem.
In March 2003, Smiggle opened its first retail store in Chapel Street, South Yarra, a prominent shopping, dining and entertainment district in inner Melbourne.“From the beginning, we branded our product very quickly, and we did it just by choosing the location of our stores,” adds Martino. “We sat down as one team and decided where, in our opinion, we need to search for sites and open original Smiggle stores. Considering that we are all Melbourne residents and this is the city we know best, we have specifically selected our Melbourne sites close to schools, girls’ private schools and areas where we think we could easily brand a product.But we realized that we needed a lot of sites to grow retail, ”she explains. “So in South Yarre we opened [a second location in] Westfield Southland, which was our very first central store. Then we opened Brighton, Melbourne Central, Hawthorne and so on. ”
In July 2007, Just Group acquired the chain for $ 29 million, making it the seventh brand they acquire – alongside Just Jeans, Jay Jays, Portmans, Jacqui E, Dotti and Peter Alexander – and the first retail brand outside of fashion.Just Group Managing Director Jason Murray said; “While this is our first step outside of apparel manufacturing, it fits perfectly with our existing brands, infrastructure and target demographics, and aligns with our stated goal of acquiring relatively immature fashion-driven retail assets.” At this stage, Smiggle consisted of 3 street shops and 15 malls (11 in Melbourne, 5 in Sydney and 2 in Brisbane) with limited wholesale at 80 Australia Post offices and Smiggle branded counters at Myer department stores….
In August 2008, Solomon Lew’s public company, Premier Investments, acquired Just Group for $ 810 million, removing the public company from the S & P / ASX 200.
In December 2008, Smiggle opened its first overseas store in New Zealand.
In March 2009, Smiggle became the subject of a national controversy when they started selling pencil cases for voodoo dolls, which had room to post a small photo with matching black and red heart-shaped pins that could be inserted into a doll-shaped object.This product has been indicted in one case where a 13-year-old girl was bullied by other schoolchildren who used it. Julie Gale, Lobby Director of Kids Free 2B Kids, told the media, “I think this is a typical lack of awareness on the part of retailers … just thinking it’s a pretty idea without thinking it over,” adding, “It’s just not appropriate.” … A week later, Smiggle took the pencil cases off the shelves, leaving the chain’s retail manager, Keith Martino, to write, “We never had the intention of using our product in a negative way.”
As of September 2009, the chain had 65 stores located throughout Australia.
Smiggle Outlet at Cat & Fiddle Arcade, located in Hobart’s CBD.
In April 2010, The Just Group and Lagarde Group’s Asia Pacific subsidiary of LS Travel Retail, announced the company had licensed the Smiggle brand in order to open three travel retail outlets at Melbourne Airport, Adelaide Airport and Gold Coast Airport, with the opportunity to discover more in the Asia-Pacific region.Since then, they have opened another store at Melbourne Airport and one at Cairns Airport.
In September 2010, Smiggle was honored with the Australian Retail Association’s Best Retailer of the Year award at the annual Australian Retail Awards.
In April 2011, Smiggle expanded into Singapore with its first store at Plaza Singapura, followed by another store at Lot One. As of June 2013, the Singapore chain has grown to 14 stores.The Just Group announced that eight of Smiggle’s ten most profitable stores are located in Singapore, adding that they are also looking for new Asian retail locations in Japan, Malaysia and Indonesia due to open in 2013. However, by September 2013, Premier Investments admitted that after further exploring the Japanese market, it was unlikely that Smiggle could expand there, as its target market was “already saturated.”
In mid-2012, it was announced that Smiggle sales rose 14% to AU $ 78.3 million in the 52 weeks (year) to 28 July 2012.
In October 2012, the number of Smiggle stores was; 100 stores in Australia, 23 in New Zealand and 13 in Singapore.
In mid-2013 The New Zealand Herald after one school visit, Willowbank discovered that most of the children had stationery purchased from Smiggle. One boy said, “Rubbers really don’t work. [But they come in fancy shapes and colors and] smell good. ” Another student admitted that the goods are expensive – “[$ 11 for a pencil case.No better than the one] that my mom bought at the store for $ 2 for $ 2. ” However, the products are so highly prized that some children leave them at home in case of theft. At the time, John Addis, director of Intelligent Investor, warned potential investors in Sydney Morning Herald article : “Fad is written all over Smiggle. Hot brands tend to stay cool.” He added that he “would not want to gamble on the longevity of the chain.”
In August 2013, the company commissioned real estate agents to look for suitable locations in the southeast of the United Kingdom in order to open five to six initial test stores in fiscal 2014. The first store opened in February 2014 in Westfield Stratford City, located in London’s East End, breaking the chain’s one-day sales record previously owned by the first Singapore store. Smiggle Group CEO John Cheston said he hopes to hit the 200-250 store target within four to five years, adding that the UK will “undoubtedly” become the largest retail market in the world.In the same month, it was reported that sales of Smiggle in the 2012/13 fiscal year grew by another 18.1%.
In October 2013, Smiggle had 150 stores in Australia; 23 in New Zealand; and 17 in Singapore.
In 2016, Smiggle opened its first store in the Republic of Ireland in Dundrum. In 2017, it plans to open stores in Dublin, Cork City and Limerick. In October 2017, Smiggle opened a new store at Trafford Center, its 110th UK store.Smiggle added jewelry to its range that same month.
As of January 2018, Smiggle had 138 stores open in the UK, up from 42 in January 2016.
Style and products
Smiggle is renowned for its innovative design and use of color. He is credited with filling a gap in the Australian stationery market for “trendy, bold stationery.” Smiggle products are available in a variety of vibrant colors, which are generally aimed at children and other young people.The brand has five main color areas – purple, blue, pink, green, white, black and recently introduced orange. However, some products may differ from this, contain a wide variety of colors, and are stored away from the store’s color schemes.
Smiggle’s website and stores are primarily focused on stationery, including other categories: bags, wallets and other travel accessories; containers for food and drinks; hard and soft pencil cases; various watches, straps, bracelets, necklaces, laces and badges; new games and festive accessories; covers and speakers for speakers, tablets for computers, laptops and mobile phones, headphones, alarm clocks and lamps; diaries; and various gift sets.In the past, the chain has also sold other merchandise such as USB sticks and USB hubs, the latter of which are octopus or dinosaur-shaped, and moonlights.
For Smiggle’s tenth birthday in February 2013, they began selling a limited edition Birthday, highlighting their favorite designs from the previous ten years. John Cheston, CEO of Smiggle, said: “Looking back over the past ten years, we’ve picked our fans’ most popular pieces and recreated them in a multitude of vibrant colors.Also, to celebrate our birthday, we thought it was only appropriate. create a limited range of holiday merchandise for our fans to celebrate with us. ”
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White Rose Shopping Center is one of the largest shopping and entertainment centers in Leeds. Both locals and travelers love to go here for shopping, because there is a wide variety of shops that can satisfy the needs of every customer.
In the early 1990s, members of the local municipality thought about creating a modern shopping center, because at that time Leeds did not have a lot of retail space. At the beginning of 1995, work began on clearing the area, and by September the foundation was laid for the future White Rose Shopping Center.
For the improvement of the adjacent territory in Germany, more than 600 trees and shrubs were purchased, which were planted around the perimeter of the building. The grand opening took place on March 25, 1997.The area of the shopping center has been expanded several times, today it is equal to 65,000 m2.
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The two-storey building houses over 120 stores with national and international brands. Here you will find women’s, men’s and children’s clothing, shoes, toys, jewelry, watches, cosmetics, appliances, books and stationery.
Good choices include Ann Summers, Burton, Dorothy Perkins, Evans, Jacamo, Miss Selfridge and Marks and Spencer.Children’s clothing is represented at H&M, Next, Primark and Tessuti, toys at Disney, The Entertainer, Toy Worm, and MenKind. For shoes, head to Clarks and Schuh. Well, if you set out to buy jewelry or watches, the White Rose Shopping Center stores Ernest Jones, Beaverbrooks, H. Samuel and The Watch Hospital for you.
Poet lovers will appreciate Card Factory, Paperchase, Smiggle, WHSmith, which offers classic and modern literature and a large selection of gifts.You will find a huge variety of technology and electronics at Carphone Warehouse, Currys PC World and Sky. Female representatives will not miss the opportunity to visit Lush, Holland and Barrett, The Perfume Shop and The Body Shop cosmetics stores.
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A good end to a successful shopping will be a hearty dinner in one of the cafes or restaurants of the food court. Fast food is represented by McDonald’s, KFC, Subway, Handmade Burger Co, lovers of Italian cuisine will not hesitate to go to PizzaExpress, Prezzo, and those with a sweet tooth – to Bagel Nash, Ice Cream Parlor and Krispy Kreme.
Address: Dewsbury Rd, Leeds LS11 8LU, UK.
How to get there: White Rose Center bus station.
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Smiggle is an Australian retail chain selling stationery and related accessories. It was founded by Stephen Meurs and Peter Pausewang in 2003 and acquired by the Just Group in July 2007.As of February 2016, the chain has stores located in Australia (135), New Zealand (23), Singapore (17), Great Britain (100), Hong Kong (14), Malaysia (4) and the Republic of Ireland (3). Smiggle is known for using vibrant colors and crisp graphics on most of its products.
Former Smiggle exit at CiterCentral, located at CCBD. Closed in early 2013, a larger store opened later in the same center. Smiggle, Southside sw, London, England (2016)
Smiggle began as the idea of Stephen Moers and Peter Pausewang, who saw a gap in the entertainment market, collectible, fashionable and inexpensive stationery designed for the 5-14 age group.In late 2002, Meurs began developing and manufacturing the first lines of Smiggle stationery, while Keith Martino was tasked with finding suitable marketplaces around G. They decided on the name, “Smiggle” as a mash-up word for a smile and a giggle, reflecting their purpose for products. In addition to retail, Meurs and Pausewang wanted to get into wholesaling, so they entered as late applicants at the trade fair with just two weeks to get ready. Commenting on this first exhibition, Martino said to Dynamic Business : “To our surprise, the response we received was overwhelming, so we thought we were on to something here.“The Smiggle team then hired a wholesale manager, which allowed the new whaling and retail weapons business to grow in tandem.
In March 2003, Smiggle opened its first retail hotel in Chapel Street, South Yarra, a renowned retail, restaurant and entertainment recipe within the Inland A. “We broke our product very quickly from the early days, and we did it just by choosing where we sat our stores,” adds Martino. “We sat as a team and worked where we felt we needed to chase websites and customize original stores.Given that we are all human and this is the city we know best, we chose our sites near schools, girls’ private schools and areas where we felt we could easily brand a product. But we realized that for the development of retail trade we need a lot of sites – she. “So we opened [a second hotel in] Westfield Southland from South Yarra, which was our very first downtown store. Then we opened Brighton, Sitzlor, Hawthorn, and so on. ”
In July 2007, Just Group acquired the chain for $ 29 million, making it the seventh brand they acquired alongside Just Jeans, Jay Jays, Portmans, Jacqui E , Dotti and Peter Alexander – and the first outside fashion retail.Just Group Managing Director J. Murray said: “While this is our first step outside the apparatus, it fits perfectly with our existing brands, infrastructure and target demographics and aligns with our stated goal of acquiring fashion retail assets that are relatively immature.” At this stage, Smiggle has 3 shops on the street side and 15 malls (11 in B, 5 in B and 2 in Brisbane), with limited wholesale distribution of 80 Australia Post stores and Smiggle stands at Myer department stores.
In August 2008, Solomon Lew’s Premier Investments car was borrowed by Just Group for $ 810 million, excluding the public company from the S & P / ASX 200.
In December 2008, Smiggle opened its first supermarket in New Zealand.
In March 2009, Smiggle was subject to national scrutiny when they began selling voodoo d pen cases, which included space to post a small photo, complete with accompanying black and red heart-shaped pins to an s to d shaped element.”Kids Free 2B Kids,” the group’s lobby director told the media, “I think this is a typical lack of awareness from retailers … just thinking it’s a cute idea without really thinking about it,” adding, “It just doesn’t fit. “. A week later Smiggle’s withwes Penrew, “Our Shelntion Will Never Be”.
As of September 2009, the chain had 65 stores located throughout Australia.
Smiggle Departure at Cat & Fiyle Arcade, located at Hobart CBD.
In April 2010, The Just Group and the Lagardère Group’s Asia Pacific subsidiary, LS Travel Retail, announced that the company had licensed the Smiggle brand to open three travel retail stores at Airport, aide Airport and Gold Coast Airport. , with the opportunity to discover more in the Asia-Pacific region.Since then, they have opened another store at the airport and one at Cairns airport.
In September 2010, Smiggle received the Australian Retail Association’s Retailer of the Year award at the annual Australian Retail Awards.
In April 2011, Smiggle expanded into Singapore with the first store opening in Sza Singapura, followed by another entry into Lot One. As of June 2013, the Singapore chain has grown to a total of 14 stores. Just Group announced that eight of Smiggle’s top 10 most profitable stores are located in Singapore, adding that it is also looking for new Asian outlets in Japan, Malaysia and ia that will open in 2013.However, by September 2013, Premier Investments admitted that after further exploring the Japanese market, it was unlikely that Smiggle could expand there, as its target market was “already saturated.”
In mid-2012, it was announced that Smiggle’s sales rose 14% to A $ 78.3 million in the 52 weeks (year) to July 28, 2012. In October 2012, the Smiggle store counted; 100 stores across Australia, 23 in New Zealand and 13 in Singapore.
In mid-2013 , The New Zealand Herald discovered after one visit to Willoughbank that most children had stationery purchased in Smiggle.One boy said, “Rubber bands don’t really work. [But they come in fancy shapes and colors and] smell good.” Another student admitted that the produce is expensive – “[$ 11 for a penex. No better than that] my mom bought $ 2 for $ 2 at the store.” However, the food is so highly prized that some kids leave it at home if they get it. table. At the time, John Addis, director of Intelligent Investor, warned potential investors in article of The Morning Herald that “Smiggle ‘fad’ wrote it all.’Hot’ brands tend to be cool. “Adding that he” would not want to bet on the long-term longevity of the chain. “
In August 2013, a company of real estate agents to find suitable locations in the southeast of the United Kingdom to open five – six initial test stores in 2014. The first store opened in February 2014 within Westfield Stratford City, located in the East End of London, breaking the chain’s one-day sales record previously owned by the first Singapore store.Smiggle Group General Manager John Cheston said he hopes to hit the 200-250 store target in four to five years, adding that the UK will “undoubtedly” be the largest retail market in the world. In the same month, it was also reported that Smiggle’s sales grew another 18.1% in the 2012/13 fiscal year.
In October 2013, Smiggle had 150 stores in Australia, 23 in New Zealand and 17 in Singapore.
In 2016, Smiggle opened its first store in the Republic of Ireland in Dundeul.CharchCity, Cork City and Limerick stores are planned for 2017. In October 2017, Smiggle opened a new store at Trafford Center, its 110th UK store. Smiggle added jewelry to its product line that same month.
As of January 2018, Smiggle has 138 stores open in the UK, up from 42 in January 2016.
Style & Products
The Smiggle Selection Smiggle is renowned for its innovative design and use of color.It has been credited with filling a gap in the Australian stationery market for “fashion-forward, bold passery”. Smiggle products come in a variety of vibrant colors, which are generally targeted at children and other young people. The brand has five key color areas – le, blue, green, white, black and the recently introduced color orange. But some products may deviate from this, containing a wide variety of colors, and from the store’s color scheme.
Smiggle’s website and stores are mainly focused on stationery, with other categories including: bags, wallets and other travel accessories; containers for food and drinks; hard and soft cases; various watches, slap bands, bracelets, headphones, mess and badges; noble games and party accessories; spackers and spakers, computer tablet and and mobile phones, headphones, earphones, earphones, earphones, earphones, earphones, alniks, alniks, alniks, alniks, alniks, bags, bags; In the past, the network has also sold other merchandise such as USB and USB hubs – the latter of which are shaped like octopuses or dinosaurs – and luna lights.
On Smiggle’s tenth birthday in February 2013, they began selling the Limited Edition Birthday range, favorite designs from the previous ten years. John Cheston, general manager of Smiggle, said: “Looking back over the past ten years, we picked our fans’ most popular items and recreated them in a lullaby color. an assortment of party products for our fans to celebrate with us. “
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First on my list: “Pylones” – the brightest French store (createur d’objets a Paris), located on one of the main streets in Soho, 28 Carnaby Street, also in other famous districts of London, and even beyond.In addition, you can go to the official website and see the assortment and prices.
The atmosphere in this store immerses you in an unusual world of not just bright colors, but original things. You take one, and then the hand reaches for the other.
“Pylones” is like a drug – you come in and you can’t get out. Such interesting and useful gizmos that you want to buy everything. True, there is not enough money for this, the prices are quite biting.
Despite the fact that the shops are not very large and there are always a lot of people, everything here is neatly arranged on the shelves, there are small barrels with goods, many accessories, from ordinary watches of incredible colors to toothbrush holders.You can see – a selection of funny graters and dishes, cups, cake knives, glasses, funny magnets, held for keys, combs. A gift from this shop will be an extraordinary surprise in any case.
Number Two – Flying Tiger
Nearest Tube Station Tottenham Court Rd. A glorious boutique specializing in baby and home goods, the Danish brand Tiger is known for its eye-popping, original plastic home furnishings and toys for children.
The store on Tottenham Road is central in the UK, but there are actually a lot of them both in the shopping centers of London and in the small towns of the United Kingdom.
It is especially attractive for children and schoolchildren with its huge assortment of toys and school supplies, and adults will like its relatively low prices.
Board games, notebooks, cups and teapots, bright scissors and accessories for the home. There is a wide range of products and affordable prices.
So we could not resist, brought green stands for toothbrushes and soap (pictured below).
Third position on the list – The Smiggle
One day, two Australian designers, Stephen Meurs and Peter Pausewang, decided that the school office looked too boring, and founded the Smiggle brand in Melbourne. smile and giggle, smile and giggle).
In these positive stores there is an unreal number of all kinds of wonderful things for school that children need every day: backpacks, pencil cases, notebooks, containers, bottles, bags for sportswear… There are even special children’s laces on the neck (for keys, so as not to get lost), all sorts of hanging figurines for backpacks, where you can write the name of the child. Convenient soft lunch containers that change size as needed, all in such positive and vibrant colors. Your child will be 100% satisfied.
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The AltaiDraft company (AltaiDraft LLC) was founded in the middle of 2015.AltaiDraft LLC is a distributor of such factories as Bochkarevsky Pivovareny Zavod, Altai Territory, Tselinny District, Bochkari village and Trekhsosensky Zavod, Ulyanovsk.
The main activity of the Company is the wholesale of draft beer and beverages.
The company has a wide range of products sold by various manufacturers and price segments.
Since the beginning of its activity, the Company has expanded the circle of its customers from 50 to 450 and continues to gain momentum to expand the geography of its supplies, as well as the range of products sold.
The advantage of the Company over its competitors is the shortest delivery time, price-quality ratio, as well as the provision of equipment for bottling and storage of beer and beverages. A qualified, young and friendly team works here.
Draft beer now includes cafes and restaurants, bars and shops in their assortment. These products are in high demand at any time of the year. The modern consumer is spoiled by an abundance of goods, well versed in the quality of the drink.You can count on successful trade and expanding your customer base only if you regularly supply fresh, decent products. In AltaiDraft LLC you can buy beer in kegs from the leading brands of the country.
Beer in kegs is the key to a successful business
The counters of every grocery, specialty store, supermarket are lined with rows of glass and plastic bottles with beer. But connoisseurs, true drinkers are not attracted by this assortment.They know that only live beer can give real taste and aroma. In the products that have not undergone the sterilization process, all bacteria remain, the activity of which makes the drink a real beer.
The growing popularity of this product has been successfully used by enterprising businessmen. Buy beer in kegs is now considered necessary by retailers and catering establishments. Experts consider these products to be one of the best options for opening and developing a business.Draft beer:
- is in high demand all year round;
- convenient for transportation;
- delivers fast return on investment.
Modern equipment greatly simplifies the sales process. Beer in kegs can be bought both for a solid establishment and for small pavilions, baths and saunas. For installation, sales organization does not require a large area. Meanwhile, a quality drink will ensure a constant influx of customers.
Beer in kegs in our company
The main condition for organizing successful sales is high quality products. Our company guarantees its compliance. Here you can buy beer in kegs , produced by the best factories in the country. These drinks have successfully passed laboratory tests and were highly appreciated by consumers. The products of the Bochkarevsky and Trehsosensky plants are rightfully considered the best. She has many true admirers, admirers.
There is one more important point affecting the profitability of a trade. Attracting a large number of buyers, constantly expanding their base is possible only if there is a large assortment. The variety of drinks allows each consumer to choose an option that exactly matches their personal preference.
Here you can buy beer in kegs for every taste. We are the official distributors of factories, which allows us to receive a full range of goods.You can choose beer:
- classic and original;
- light, dark and unfiltered;
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Every consumer can find his favorite drink in such a variety. Regular deliveries will help you constantly maintain and expand your assortment.