Currys PC World

Currys PC World is a leading electrical retailer in the UK with over 350 stores on the high street. With over 10000 products, with ranges including Audio, Computing, Gaming, Kitchen Appliances, Photography, TV and DVD to name just a few, you are sure to find exactly what you are look for.

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Currys PC World Information

Currys PC World is a leading electrical retailer in the UK with over 350 stores on the high street. With over 10000 products, with ranges including Audio, Computing, Gaming, Kitchen Appliances, Photography, TV and DVD to name just a few, you are sure to find exactly what you are look for. 

Currys was founded in 1884 by Henry Curry (born in Leicester in 1850), when he started to build bicycles full time at 40 Painter Street, Leicester, England.He opened his first shop in 1888, at 271 Belgrave Gate, Leicester. In 1890, he moved to larger premises at 296 Belgrave Gate, then in 1900 to 285–287 Belgrave Gate. There was an unrecorded fire in one of the shops in 1891.

The company was put on a proper financial footing in 1897, when Curry formed a partnership with his sons, calling the company H. Curry & Sons.[The business continued to grow and floated on the stock exchange in 1898.

By this time, the shops sold a wide variety of goods including bicycles, toys, radios and gramophones. Currys pulled out of cycle manufacturing in 1932, when they closed their Leicester factory, but continued to retail bikes (badged as Currys) until the 1960s.

Meanwhile, particularly under the directorship of family member Dennis Curry between 1967 and 1984, Currys underwent considerable expansion becoming a major high street supplier of televisions and whitegoods (refrigerators, washing machines and other domestic appliances); by 1984 Currys Group PLC (Currys) was a chain of 570 shops, twice as many as the company which was then to acquire it.

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