Matches aims to rekindle ‘customer love’ after full-year loss

Nick Beighton, CEO at MATCHES Portrait by Trisha Ward

Source: Trisha Ward

Matches has said it will focus on getting the brand back to profitability and growing “customer love” amid its turnaround strategy after a full-year loss and decline in revenue.

Matches, previously known as Matchesfashion, posted an adjusted EBIT loss of £33.7m for the full year to January 31, 2023, compared to a loss of £25m in the previous year.

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