Following the news that Paperchase has secured a rescue deal, Simon Underwood, business recovery partner at accountancy firm, Menzies LLP, said: “Paperchase has been pulled back from the brink, securing its place on the UK High Street and saving 1,000 jobs.
Paperchase, the specialist retailer of design-led stationery, greetings cards, wrap and gifts, posted a 5.9% increase in UK like-for-like sales for the five week period 23 November to 27 December 2015.
Paperchase, the design-led stationery, greeting cards and gifts specialist, has secured a £50m refinancing package that will further support and enhance the company’s strong growth ambitions in the UK and internationally. The financing package includes a £32m six-year term loan
Paperchase, a leading shopping destination for innovative and design-led stationery, has extended its store IT managed services contract with PMC. PMC has been managing the overall store IT estate; including hosting the central servers, provision of helpdesk, application support, hardware maintenance,
Land Securities, the UK’s largest commercial property company, has announced it will open 2km of retail frontage in 2013 across two of the UK’s largest retail cities – Leeds and Glasgow. Trinity Leeds will open on the first day of
Paperchase is stocking a new back to school stationery range from the eco supplier, Remarkable, in 70 UK stores; including its flagship on Tottenham Court Road, London. The back to school range is exclusive to Paperchase and comprises four lines:
The Museum of London is launching a range of licensed greetings cards. They will be available in the Museum of London shop and web site from April, and throughout the UK at retail outlets including Waterstones, Paperchase, Boots and Smiths