Gear4Music tunes up for growth

Online musical instruments and music equipment retailer Gear4Music has reported interim results featuring a surge in revenue as chief executive Andrew Wass hailed the progress made since its float earlier this year.

Chief executive Andrew Wass said: “I am delighted to report our debut interim results as a plc which show good strategic progress as we continue to grow our presence as a leading online retailer of musical instruments and equipment. We are seeing increasing appetite from customers as we improve our branded and own-brand product offering, our website interface, back-end systems and service levels, both in the UK and across Europe.”

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