White Goods retailer Marks Electrical today revealed plans to list on London‘s junior AIMmarket after benefiting from the pandemic online shopping boom.
The company, launched in 1987 by founder-CEO Mark Smithson from his father‘s Leicester garage, saw revenues soar by 78% to £56 million in the year to end March.
The listing, expected to take place late this month, could value the retailer at up to £175 million, the City estimates.
Marks has recruited former Nichols CEO, Marnie Millard, as its non-exec chair for its board as it plans the IPO. It said proceeds would be used to help fuel the firm’s next stage of growth, including building brand awareness and expanding warehouse capacity.
Stockbroker Panmure Gordon is advising on the planned listing.
Smithson, who is likely to see a windfall from the IPO, said he is “delighted to announce our
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