APPOINTMENT OF GROUP CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER FOR SMITHS CITY

Tom Baker Uncategorized

Smiths City is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Hindmarsh to the position of Group Chief Financial Officer.  Michael commenced his role on 1st April 2019. Michael has had an extensive career in retail having spent over 15 years with the NZ retailer Hallenstein Glasson Holdings.  He is a member of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants. Michael

SMITHS CITY RELEASES NOTICE OF MEETING FOR SHAREHOLDERS FOR YEAR END 30 APRIL 2018

Tom Baker Uncategorized

20 August 2018 SMITHS CITY RELEASES NOTICE OF MEETING FOR SHAREHOLDERS FOR YEAR END 30 APRIL 2018 The Notice of Meeting and personalised Proxy Forms have been sent to shareholders today via email and NZ Post. The Smiths City Group Annual Meeting for Shareholders will be held at The Metropolitan Lounge, The Tannery, 3 Garlands Road, Woolston, Christchurch; commencing at

NZX ANNOUNCEMENT 24.7.18 Living Wage NZX+Media Release

Tom Baker Uncategorized

24 July 2018   Smiths City to align pay rates with the living wage National furniture and appliance retailer to mark the start of its second century of trading with a commitment to the well-being of its staff; introduces ‘well-being’ day and grants extra day’s holiday to mark centenary.     National furniture and appliance retailer Smiths City today formally celebrates 100

NZX ANNOUNCEMENT 11.05.18 Smiths City notes Employment Court decision

Tom Baker Uncategorized

NZX and Media Release 11 May 2018 Smiths City notes Employment Court decision National furniture and appliance retailer Smiths City notes this week’s Employment Court Decision, which determined the company’s morning staff meetings were work as defined by section 6 of the Minimum Wage Act 1993. The meetings, which were held in every Smiths City store before the stores opened

NZX ANNOUNCEMENT 21.6.17 – FINANCIAL RESULTS FOR THE YEAR TO 30 APRIL 2017

Tom Baker Uncategorized

Smiths City transformation underpins earnings increase Ongoing operational improvements and a refresh of the brand & store formats are supporting the business in the face of a challenging trading environment. Highlights Revenue increases 2.5% to $227.4 million from $221.9 million, assisted by rising same-store sales and the first full-year contribution from Furniture City. Trading Profit rose 53.8% to $2.0 million