Here’s how Best & Less plans to stand out in the crowded discount sector

Best & Less chairman Jason Murray and CEO Rod Orrock (l to r). Image: Supplied
Best & Less Group has listed on the Australian Securities Exchange after raising $60 million through an initial public offering at $2.16 per share. The IPO follows a $40 million private equity investment from retail juggernaut Brett Blundy’s BB Retail Capital.  The company, which operates 246 bricks-and-mortar stores and a fast-growing online platform across the Best & Less and Postie chains in Australia and New Zealand, primarily targets women shopping for their families with its

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