Slap on some Warpaint

Cosmetics merchandiser is a profitable growth and income play
Thursday 24 Nov 2016 Author: James Crux
Investors should keep an eye out for eyeliners, lipstick and nail varnish seller Warpaint London which joins AIM on 30 November. Owner of the ‘W7’ brand, the £62.6m business has a clear global growth strategy and a cash generative model that should support progressive dividends. Guided by joint chief executives Sam Bazini and Eoin Macleod, the colour cosmetics seller has raised £2.5m of new money. The CEOs are also...

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