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Doug Woodburn
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Key points

Revenue: £111.7m (-29%)

Net profit: 1%  Staff: 148

Having been hit for six by COVID, this Cork-based Apple Premium Reseller was forced into ‘examinership' in the summer and had a survival scheme approved by an Irish High Court Judge in October, according to the Irish Times. Old numbers for its 15-month period to 31 March 2019 show a turnover of £111.7m pro-rata, about two thirds of which was generated in the UK. These were filed before it acquired the UK's largest APR Stormfront, which operates 23 UK outlets.

Key points

Revenue: £111.7m (-29%)

Net profit: 1%  Staff: 148

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