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Lars Larsen Group turnover grew by 9%

15.02.2021 − 

Group turnover of Lars Larsen Group rose by 9% to €4.77bn in the 2019/2020 financial year. At a value of €4.1bn, the majority of this turnover was generated through interior design retail chain Jysk Holding A, which is active in 51 countries and currently still operates in Germany under the name Dänisches Bettenlager. In autumn, however, the approximately 970 Dänisches Bettenlager stores in Germany, as well as the online shop, are to be renamed to Jysk. The 80 or so stores in Austria, where the company had previously also been operating under the name Dänisches Bettenlager, were already transferred to Jysk on 1 October last year. Germany is by far Jysk’s most important individual market. In 2019/2020, turnover of €1.128bn was generated there.

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