Mulberry sales and revenue rise as it ‘delivers strategic objectives’

Mulberry store display

Mulberry has recorded a rise in international sales and revenue as it builds on delivering “strategic objectives” despite “macroeconomic uncertainty”.

UK retail sales edged down slightly from £88.5m to £87.7m in the 52 weeks to April 1, but international retail sales increased 12% to £46.5m.

Group revenue increased by 4% to £159m and retail sales in Asia Pacific rose by 3% to £28.9m, despite lockdowns in the region.

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