Reports filed with Companies House reveal sales dipped during the year ending June 2018, and the jeweller now needs to prepare for a future without one of its bestselling online brands
The new nature inspired line by the jewellery giant is full of symbolism.
Pandora will buy back own shares to a maximum consideration of DKK 2.2 billion (£252.3m).
Chairman reveals he will step down once the new CEO starts and the brand begins to see traction from Programme NOW.
Jewellery giant teams up with the UK’s leading ovarian cancer support charity.
Jewellery giant finally completes six month search for a new president and chief executive officer.
The UK accounted for an overwhelming 60% of the 145 stores that Pandora acquired globally during the year.
A thorough analysis of the challenges facing the company has revealed a need to “reignite a passion for Pandora”.
Family-run jeweller set to transform last remaining Swag boutique into a fourth Burrells.
In an exclusive interview Kate Walsh reveals how she plans to keep the brand profitable on the British high street.