Here's the Rub

Adams, Susan
October 2006
Forbes Asia;10/2/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 16, p70
The article focuses on the growth of the Steiner Leisure Ltd. In its primary business of running spas aboard cruise ships Steiner has a commanding lead, with 125 of a worldwide total of 200. Steiner's top and bottom lines have both been growing at 19% in each of the last five years; over the past 12 months it netted $44 million on revenue of $426 million. That growth got a big assist from Chief Executive Leonard Fluxman's push into products, training and resorts.


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