Ableworld smashes weekly record

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Ableworld has seen its stores achieve their best ever turnover with a record week of sales.

Ableworld is setting an example to its competitors as its been celebrating a fantastic few weeks of business. While other businesses have withered in the scorching summer weather, Ableworld has had plenty to celebrate.

In early August, business was booming, and the mobility franchise saw its best ever week of sales, with every one of its branches recording their best turnover to date. Its managed to avoid the summer slump that many high street businesses have seen of late and is continuing to watch its profits rising as the weeks go by.

Its estimated that Ableworlds annual turnover will be a record one when figures are announced this month and its opened four brand-new stores across the UK, showing that 2018 so far has been a strong year for the mobility franchise. Ableworld has also added more than 100 new products to both its instore and online portfolio to make sure that its customers can access exactly the right aids and equipment for their needs. Its also invested in brand new line plan software, ensuring that its stock is merchandised in the most effective way possible.

Ableworld expressed its excitement at the fantastic summer results.

Not all retail is suffering in the heat this summer. Our 34 nationwide stores had another record week of sales [which saw] the highest total ever recorded in our 18-year history.

It also extended its gratitude to its franchisees and dedicated staff for making the record-breaking achievement happen, as well as thanking its loyal customers for continuing to choose Ableworld for their mobility needs.

After finding it difficult to get the right mobility aids for an elderly relative, founder and MD Mike Williams decided to open his first Ableworld store. He wanted to establish his business as an alternative to sales driven stores that pressure the elderly and the vulnerable into buying things and instead focus on helping them to improve their lives with the right aids.

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