By  on May 17, 2018

LONDON — Ahead of Riccardo Tisci’s runway debut in September, Burberry said it has been making strides across the business with a focus on accessories, retail stores and a more frequent rhythm of deliveries that surpasses the brand’s see-now-buy-now runway strategy.

On Wednesday, chief executive officer Marco Gobbetti updated the markets on his plans and laid out the 2017-18 results at Horseferry House, the company’s London headquarters. It was the first time since November that he addressed analysts and media — and what a difference a few months makes.

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