Dr Martens eyes doubling of store estate after quick coronavirus recovery

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The chief executive of Dr Martens has said he can envisage the retailer doubling its global store estate in the next five years, after a quick financial recovery from the coronavirus crisis.

Kenny Wilson said Dr Martens’ global store portfolio of 122 stores was small for a retailer of its size and its strong and speedy financial recovery from lockdown had put it in a good place to expand.

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