Retailer hits £33 million turnover and opens its 50th store

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A growing, independently-owned bathroom retailer has become one of the largest showroom chains in the UK, opening its 50th store and reaching more than £33million in turnover in just seven years.

Easy Bathrooms’ newest retail space in Dereham, Norfolk, is ready to open on the first day that Covid-19 lockdown restrictions are lifted.

Despite the Covid-19 crisis, and amid difficult retail conditions, the brand is also expected to open an additional nine showrooms before the end of 2020.

The company’s expansion plans have seen them open an average of one store per month for three years, create over 320 jobs nationally and reach a turnover of £33,349,000 in 2019 – an increase of 60% on 2018’s £20,792,000 turnover.

Pre-Covid-19, the firm was on target to reach a turnover in excess of £50million for 2020.

Craig Waddington founded the company in Leeds in 2012.

He comments: “I am humbled and extremely proud of the team we have built; who believe in what we are doing with the Easy Bathrooms brand.

“I believe that the combination of our products, our service and our pricing are what stands us apart in the bathroom market, and I’m delighted that our growth continues to create jobs across the UK.

“The current Covid-19 situation is the toughest economic situation that the UK has faced in modern times and it impacts every single business. We have solid foundations which will help us to assist the UK’s economic recovery, and we’ll keep moving forward.”

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