Analysis: Five ways Boohoo is building for the future after supply chain scandal

Boohoo Karen Millen Coast store

After a stellar year in which the fast fashion etailer reported over £1.7bn in sales, and acquired six well-known brands, Boohoo has unveiled plans to keep its momentum going.

Yet, despite the financial success, 2020 was also a turbulent year for the retailer following allegations of modern slavery against its Leicester factories. In response to these allegations, Boohoo has laid out plans to leverage its success to build back better in terms of its supply chain and on sustainability issues. 

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