Accantia Health & Beauty increases ad spend

Accantia Health & Beauty says it is increasing its ad spend by 27 per cent after Duke Street Capital acquired a majority share of the company for £225m.

Accantia Health & Beauty says it is increasing its ad spend by 27 per cent after Duke Street Capital acquired a majority share of the company for &£225m.

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