PracticeConsultingHarvey Nichols looks North

Harvey Nichols looks North

The chief executive of Harvey Nichols, Joseph Wan, has confirmed plans to open afourth store in Manchester by 2003.

Chartered accountant Wan has already revealed a roll towards the North in Leeds and Edinburgh of the favourite store for fashion victims and Patsy and Eddy fromTV’s Absolutely Fabulous.

Wan has also overseen an store opening in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

He revealed pre-tax profits up £14.7m compared to £13.8m, with turnoverslightly up £131.5 million against £130.7m.

Wan said: ‘The development of what will be our fourth store in the UK is animportant part of the expansion of Harvey Nichols and will further confirm thecompany’s reputation as the premier luxury goods retailer in the UK.’

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