Card Factory PLC

Card Factory PLC

  • Price (EUR)1.05
  • Today's Change0.008 / 0.77%
  • Shares traded0.00
  • 1 Year change+53.28%
  • Beta--
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Card Factory plc is a United Kingdom-based specialist retailer of greeting cards and complementary products. The Company operates through two segments: Card Factory and Getting Personal. Card Factory segment retails greeting cards, dressings and gifts principally through a range of United Kingdom store network, with a small number of stores in the Republic of Ireland, and also through its third-party retail partners. The Getting Personal segment is an online retailer of personalized cards and gifts. The Company operates approximately 1,026 stores across United Kingdom and Ireland, and supplies through franchise stores and partner stores, mainly in the United Kingdom and Australia. It also retails its products through its Websites, such as cardfactory.co.uk and gettingpersonal.co.uk. The Company's partners include franchisees and Aldi, in the United Kingdom, and The Reject Shop, in Australia.

  • Revenue in GBP (TTM)445.50m
  • Net income in GBP24.80m
  • Incorporated2014
  • Employees9.17k
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