Liberty sees sales increase

Department store Liberty has reported a hike in sales for the first half of the year as it revealed plans for a store revamp. The London-based store’s revenue jumped 16 per cent for the six months to 31 July. Owner and chairman Marco Capello said: “These extremely positive results have given us even more confidence in the potential of Liberty as a global brand. For this reason, all of the company’s profits have been and will be reinvested in the company to enable its further growth."