Sosandar will start selling its clothing through the John Lewis and Next websites as it seeks to build on surging sales during the first two months of its financial year.
The online fashion business said revenues rocketed 62% between April 1 and May 31 compared with the same period a year ago, despite a “significant” reduction in marketing spend during the coronavirus crisis.
Order numbers jumped 44%, while new customer acquisition accelerated 15%. The etailer said its losses halved year on year during the period.
Sosandar said it achieved the sales growth despite slashing its marketing outlay 69% as a result of lockdown measures being introduced in the UK.
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