Online sales support Kathmandu and Rip Curl


Kathmandu Holdings told investors that it expects a 30 percent drop in adjusted Ebitda for the current financial year, in spite of strong online sales during the recent corona-related retail lockdowns in Australia and double-digit sales increases overall after its stores reopened. While it is still more than half way ...

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