Clicks increased its operating profit by 15.4% (to R1.8 billion) in the year to 31 August.
It opened 111 stores during the year, taking it to 622 in total.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Clicks Group CEO David Kneale.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
Health and beauty is a resilient market.— David Kneale, Clicks
The Clicks brand is in good shape.— David Kneale, Clicks
We’ve never been more price competitive.— David Kneale, Clicks
We want to grow to 900 stores in South Africa.— David Kneale, Clicks
Next year will be another record year of capital expenditure.— David Kneale, Clicks
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