Mister Spex counts on upmarket move and cost control to return to profits after mixed 2022

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Announcing mixed full year results for 2022 earlier this week, including a relatively weak Q4 performance, Mister Spex stressed that it still gained market share last year in Germany, its core market. The company also underlined improvements in its product mix, with more lenses and high added-value frames, and the ...

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