Cornish fashion brand Seasalt has posted a hike in sales and profits for the full year to January 29, 2022, which it credited to the success of its in-store and online performance as well as its “successful third-party relationships”.
Seasalt posted profit before tax of £6.5m, up from £2.4m the previous year, which it attributed to its investment in online, technology and data analytics.
The fashion retailer also posted a 38% increase in sales to £26.6m for the year, which it credited to the success of its strategy including its online third-party marketplace partnerships and direct sales through its own website.
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