Boohoo ‘demanding’ 10% discount from suppliers

Boohoo logo on a phone held in front of a website showing female models in Boohoo clothing

Online fashion giant Boohoo has asked suppliers for a 10% discount on both its delivered and undelivered orders in a bid to control costs, according to a report in The Times.

A Boohoo Group supplier said they had received a call “demanding” a discount on any outstanding orders.

The supplier told the newspaper: “It turns all orders produced into losses. This is major self-harm. They are struggling to find suppliers and now they are screwing the ones they have.”

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