Exclusive: UK Computer Group to revive Comet brand

Tom Wright
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UK Computer revives second brand this year, having brought back Misco

UK Computer Group has acquired the rights to the Comet brand and is set to revive household name in Q1 next year. Comet was founded in 1933 and became a staple of the UK retail market, before it...

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