Made.com losses widen as it looks for a buyer

Interior of Made showroom showing furniture and branding

Made.com has reported deepening losses following the decision to put itself up for sale.

The embattled retailer recorded losses before tax of £35.3m in the six months to June 30, compared with losses of £10.1m in the same period last year.

Revenues grew slightly, up 4.2% to £178.2m in the six-month period, which the retailer said was due to deferred revenues normalising.

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