Taste is now looking to become a pure luxury retail group comprising NWJ, Arthur Kaplan and World's Finest Watches. Picture: REUTERS
Taste is now looking to become a pure luxury retail group comprising NWJ, Arthur Kaplan and World's Finest Watches. Picture: REUTERS

It's been a tough six months for Taste Holdings. The group reported interim results last Friday, posting a 10% fall in revenue.

The group’s headline loss per share narrowed, but that was mainly the result of a rights issue earlier in 2019. Taste is now looking to become a pure luxury retail group comprising NWJ, Arthur Kaplan and World's Finest Watches.

CEO Duncan Crosson spoke to Business Day TV about where this new strategy will take the business.

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