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Iceland, Iceland Foods Ltd 

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The company was founded in 1970 and is based in Flintshire, United Kingdom. Iceland Foods Ltd (trading as Iceland) is a British supermarket chain, with emphasis on the sale of frozen foods, including prepared meals and vegetables.
They also sell non-frozen grocery items such as produce, meat, dairy, and dry goods.

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Iceland, Iceland Foods Ltd 

  1. 1. pragya prgyaratan1@gmail.com +91--9716225449
  2. 2.  The company was founded in 1970 and is based in Flintshire, United Kingdom.  Iceland Foods Ltd (trading as Iceland) is a British supermarket chain, with emphasis on the sale of frozen foods, including prepared meals and vegetables.  They also sell non-frozen grocery items such as produce, meat, dairy, and dry goods.  The company has an approximate 1.8% share of the UK food market.  It exports products to southern Africa and the Middle East, as well as provides store franchise options in Spain, Portugal, the Channel Islands, Isle of Man, and Libya. It also sells its products online.
  3. 3. 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Cash £59,995,00 0 £68,195,000 £119,17 6,000 £147,213,000 £161,935,000 Net Worth £240,860,0 00 £364,657,000 £516,85 7,000 £656,381,000 £709,630,000 Total Current Assets £224,278,00 0 £249,212,000 £276,50 9,000 £333,536,000 £342,439,000 Total Current Liabilities £355,452,00 0 £388,566,000 £405,74 4,000 £432,244,000 £480,031,000
  4. 4.  Sales £2.697 billion (2015)  Adjusted EBITDA* £150.2m  Strong cash flow maintained: inflow £189.3m  Cash balances increased to £163.6m (2014: £152.1m)  28 net new stores opened in UK and Republic of Ireland  New FoodWarehouse store concept created and six stores opened  Online shopping service rolled out nationwide in UK  £1.3m raised for good causes through Iceland Foods Charitable Foundation  InTop 10 “Best Big CompaniesToWork For” for fifth year  Major programme of product innovation and rebranding underway  New “Power of Frozen” advertising campaign launched  Up to 20 new stores planned for current year
  5. 5.  GO PUBLIC 1984 Expanding through new store openings and the acquisition of smaller chains, Iceland had 81 stores by 1984, when it became a public company through one of the most successful flotations ever seen on the London Stock Exchange. The initial public offering of just £8 million worth of shares brought in applications with cheques totalling over £900 million, making it an amazing 113 times oversubscribed.  The Dark Ages 2001 Into this management vacuum stepped new chief executive Bill Grimsey, who had built his City reputation at the Wickes DIY chain following the departure of its previous management team as the result of a financial scandal. Within weeks of joining Iceland, he and his new finance director Bill Hoskins – also from Wickes – claimed to have identified massive problems. These plunged the business into a £120 million loss after an amazing £145 million of exceptional items – an extraordinary reversal of fortunes for a group operating in inherently stable industries, which had recorded a profit of £32 million in the first six months of that financial year.  A New Beginning (Public company to private company) In February 2005 The Big Food Group’s shareholders accepted a recommended offer from a consortium of investors that made it a private company once more. Shareholders received only a fraction of the value the business had enjoyed on the stock market at its peak.
  6. 6.  http://about.iceland.co.uk/_assets/files/BBC_ radio_4.pdf  http://about.iceland.co.uk/abouticeland/icela nd-operating-profit  http://www.referenceforbusiness.com/history 2/83/Iceland-Group-plc.html  investors.iceland.co.uk  www.londonstockexchange.com/home/hom epage.  uk.finance.yahoo.com

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