MyCom continues as an independent chain of computer stores




MyCom continue independently after several months have been under the wings of Relevant Holdings. The organization is in the hands of a former franchisee and a commercial manager MyCom.

Entrepreneur Peter Groenewoud, who previously had five MyCom offices among them, and a former sales manager at MyCom Marco Heestermans take MyCom on Relevant Holdings. Groenewoud is CFO and Heestermans becomes director. The two promise to continue to meet existing guarantee obligations.

MyCom has annual sales of about 40 million and about 70 employees. After the bankruptcy of the Bass Group in October last year, took Relevant Holdings MyCom with Dixons and iCentre about. On that restart went 19 of 41 MyCom stores closed and since there are 22 open, next to the shop.

“The activities of a pur-sang computer specialist MyCom and a telecom retailer as Relevant Holdings earn both sharp focus and is thus best served,” is the reason for the privatization, according to Henk Kamsteeg, chairman of the supervisory board Relevant Holdings.


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