FREE Report: The FTSE 100 Leisure Business Poised For Exponential Expansion
Research Note: UK Leisure Group Rated ‘Buy’
This FTSE 100 company is set for huge growth as it expands UK operations and plans to deliver ‘playful learning’ for children up and down the country before focusing on Asia.
Although the first phase of this company’s expansion is the UK, however, growth is Asia, where it already has a foothold, promises to produce significant shareholder value in the next three years.
- Key shareholders include one of the world’s most popular children’s brands
- Plans for global expansion
- £1,278 million Revenue
- Low PE of 19.3 (2017e) given huge expansion plans
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