Following today’s release of Kingfisher Q1 figures for 2020/21, Amy Higginbotham, retail analyst at GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company, comments: ‘‘Kingfisher has benefited from elevated demand for home improvement since lockdown began as consumers continue to carry out
Following today’s release of Kingfisher FY figures for 2019/20, Amy Higginbotham, retail analyst at GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company, comments: ‘‘Kingfisher’s update on its recent trading indicates that the UK DIY market has so far demonstrated resilience against
Kingfisher launches first marketing approach promoting unique and unified outdoor ranges across all key markets
Kingfisher, the home improvement company which includes B&Q, is launching its first cross-Group marketing approach, supporting the promotion of its unique and unified outdoor range in the UK, France, Poland and Romania.
Kingfisher plc, the international home improvement company, today announces ambitious new targets to cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from its business, products and supply chains.
Kingfisher, the international home improvement company, today announces it will phase out three chemical groups from its own branded products by 2025, with an ambition to extend this to the rest of its supply chain. The move is part of
Kingfisher plc, the international home improvement company, has unveiled plans to install energy storage batteries at B&Q’s Swindon distribution centre. The installation is the latest milestone in Kingfisher’s strategic roadmap for sustainable growth to 2025 and moves the company towards
Kingfisher, the international home improvement company, today announces that the recently opened Peterborough Screwfix store will be the first in its estate to be net zero in its energy usage. Revealed as Kingfisher publishes its annual sustainability report, the net
HRH The Prince of Wales, as president of WWF-UK, chaired a meeting of UK business leaders at WWF’s Forest Business Forum to explore ways to ensure the UK market in wood-based products can help protect the worlds’ forests from deforestation.
Japanese LED light manufacturer, Nichia Corporation, has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against German DIY retailer Hornbach Baumarkt. Nichia is seeking an injunction, damages, recall and destruction against a Christmas decoration product including white LEDs sold by Hornbach, which Nichia