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Jessops is planning to expand its chain of camera stores with up to 15 new outlets by 2018, including sites in the North West and Scotland.
Jessops is planning to expand its chain of 28 camera stores with six new sites over the next year.
Jessops is planning to open ten new camera stores next year, and existing stores will undergo a refurbishment programme.
Jessops is considering plans to open up to 25 larger-format World Camera Centres, depending on the success of trials in Cardiff and Edinburgh.
Jessops is planning to expand its chain of 293 photography stores with 15 new sites over the next 12 months.
Jessops is to acquire MacKinnons of Dyce, the chain of 20 photography stores in Scotland and Northern Ireland, for £0.8m.
Jessops has acquired three camera stores in Abingdon, Bicester and Evesham from That Camera Place, taking its total chain to 288.
Jessops is to invest £5m in the roll-out of digital film processing kiosks into a further 200 stores.
Jessops is linking up with Carphone Warehouse and Game to open a chain of triple-branded technology superstores, depending on the success of a trial at the Brent Cross Retail Park in London.
Jessops is planning to expand its chain of 268 camera shops with 20 new sites a year, eventually taking the total to 450.
Jessops, the camera retailer, is to relocate its distribution activities from sites in Leicestershire to a Unipart site in Weedon, Northamptonshire, with the transfer of up to 155 staff.
Jessops is looking to expand its chain of 255 camera shops to about 450.
Jessops is planning to expand its chain of photography shops into continental Europe, while its UK expansion programme will include about 20 new shops a year.
Jessops, the camera retailer, is being bought by Amro Capital from Bridgepoint Capital for £116m, and plans to open 26 stores over the next two years.
Jessops is planning to expand its chain of 200 photographic stores to 450 over the next six years, and is seeking up to 25 new sites a year within the M25 area.
Jessops has acquired Richards Photo Centres, the Yorkshire-based chain of three photographic stores, for undisclosed terms.
Jessops is to renew plans for a flotation next year, and is aiming to double the size of its chain of 200 photographic stores within six years.
Jessops is planning to open 20 photographic stores this year and refurbish a further 20, while its concessions business will focus on Carphone Warehouse stores.
Jessops is planning to expand its chain of photographic stores from 192 to 450 over the next seven years, with the creation of 1,500 jobs, funded by a £100m flotation next month.
Jessops has unveiled a £20m plan to expand its department store in Nottingham, with the creation of 70 jobs.