Harry Corry

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    Sales and profits reach nine year high


    Home furnishings retailer grows sales for a fourth successive year.

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    Harry Corry Belfast site to make way for Home Bargains


    Home furnishings retailer Harry Corry is set to relocate one its Belfast stores to make way for Home Bargains.

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    Cost reductions swing Belfast furniture retailer back to profit


    Home furnishings retailer Harry Corry has reported a return to profit for the first time since 2011 as increased footfall delivers boost in turnover.

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    Belfast business suffers sales slump; bemoans restricted access


    Home furnishings retailer Harry Corry has revealed that one of its headline Belfast stores has suffered a sharp decline in sales and footfall following the closure of B Q. The company, which has 50 stores across the UK and Ireland, said that its store on Boucher Road has experienced a drop in

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    Belfast business reports loss but remains ‘hopeful’


    Home furnishings retailer Harry Corry has posted another year of losses but remains ‘hopeful’ next year will see a return to profit. The Belfast based business, which entered into a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) earlier this year, reported pre-tax losses of over £628,000 in its latest

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    Stores and staff safe as retailer agrees CVA


    The joint director of soft furnishings retail business Harry Corry, William Corry, has moved to allay fears over the company’s short-term future, underlining all stores and jobs within the firm are safe despite recent financial troubles. Speaking to The Belfast Telegraph, Mr Corry revealed the

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    Retailer eyes new stores as sales grow and losses reduce


    Northern Irish headquartered soft furnishings and furniture chain Harry Corry has declared it will seek opportunities to grow the business via new shop locations and improvements to existing branches following a positive annual performance for the year ended 28 February 2014. The retailer, which

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    Retailer loses margin by pushing promotions


    Directors at curtain and furnishings retailer Harry Corry said the results for its last financial year were “satisfactory” despite losses widening in the period. Harry Corry Limited, which trades online and through around 50 outlets, posted a loss before tax of  £2.45m for the year ended 28