Boohoo sales rise as international business returns to growth


Boohoo has reported an uptick in sales, just days after Sir Brian Leveson made his final report to the board concerning the retailer’s supply chain overhaul.

The fast-fashion giant, which owns brands including PrettyLittleThing, Nasty Gal, BoohooMan and Debenhams, recorded that net sales were up 7% year on year in the fourth quarter to February 28, up 48% on a two-year basis.

Over the full year to the same date, Boohoo achieved sales growth of 14%, in line with guidance and up by 61% against two years previously.

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