BusinessBusiness RecoveryKPMG appoints King Sturge to dispose of Original Shoe Company

KPMG appoints King Sturge to dispose of Original Shoe Company

Qube and OSC stores on the blocks

KPMG has engaged King Sturge to dispose of 80 store leases held under the
Qube and Original Shoe company brand names.

Around 80 per cent of the stores traded under the OSC brand, selling branded
lifestyle clothing and footwear. KPMG has reportedly closed about 45 of the
stores.

King Sturge is seeking buyers for individual or groups of shops, which are
spread right across the UK. It says many of the stores are in prominent high
street locations, such as Argyle Street, Glasgow, Arndale Centre, Manchester,
and Meadowhall, Sheffield.

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