PARIS — “Q1 was serendipity, an inversed perfect storm,” enthused Pandora’s chief executive officer Allan Leighton, discussing the group’s first-quarter results on a conference call with analysts on Tuesday.
Buoyed by the exceptionally strong performance, the Copenhagen-based jewelry firm said it was accelerating its global expansion plans and upping its product range.
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