Martin Mason, managing director of British luxury shoemaker Tricker’s, says dealing with Brexit on top of what the company has been experiencing with the coronavirus has been a double whammy. Photo: Reuters Martin Mason, managing director of British luxury shoemaker Tricker’s, says dealing with Brexit on top of what the company has been experiencing with the coronavirus has been a double whammy. Photo: Reuters
Martin Mason, managing director of British luxury shoemaker Tricker’s, says dealing with Brexit on top of what the company has been experiencing with the coronavirus has been a double whammy. Photo: Reuters
Fashion

For maker of Prince Charles’ luxury shoes, Brexit relief turns to dismay over extra costs

  • British shoemaker Tricker’s has been saddled with extra Brexit-related costs that could hit the equivalent to almost 10 per cent of online sales
  • The company has had to raise prices for EU customers and absorb the rest of the hit in its bottom line

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Martin Mason, managing director of British luxury shoemaker Tricker’s, says dealing with Brexit on top of what the company has been experiencing with the coronavirus has been a double whammy. Photo: Reuters Martin Mason, managing director of British luxury shoemaker Tricker’s, says dealing with Brexit on top of what the company has been experiencing with the coronavirus has been a double whammy. Photo: Reuters
Martin Mason, managing director of British luxury shoemaker Tricker’s, says dealing with Brexit on top of what the company has been experiencing with the coronavirus has been a double whammy. Photo: Reuters
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