This statistic presents the retail sales of online fashion retailer ASOS by region for the financial years 2014 to 2018. In the UK, ASOS retail sales reached approximately 861.3 million British
ASOS retail sales worldwide 2014-2018, by region. ASOS retail sales worldwide 2014-2018, by region ASOS total revenue in the United Kingdom (UK) 2013-2018.
Online fashion retailer ASOS has posted a 26% increase in its sales to £2.4bn compared with £1.9bn the previous year. UK retail sales accounted for £861m while its international retail sales amounted to £1.5bn for the full year to 31 August 2018. The group’s revenues also grew by 26% to £2.4bn.
across the last five years. Our retail sales growth has continued to surpass growth in the online apparel market in all of our key territories.
Shares in Asos surged by more than 14% this morning (17 October) as the UK-based online fashion retailer posted a GBP500m rise in revenue and a 28% pre-tax profit hike for 2018. related to Apparel, Finance, Footwear, Retail, Asos,
By region, ASOS reported the following: UK : ASOS grew UK retail sales by 23% year over year, a slight increase from 22% growth in 1H18. International : Total International retail sales rose by 21%, considerably slower than the 31% growth registered in 1H18.
Fashion retailer Asos has reported a 18% growth in UK retail sales in a trading update for the four months to the end of December 2016. It said investments …
Earlier this month, ASOS announced that it would be investing $40 million in its first U.S. warehouse, aimed at propelling its sales in the region even further. The new warehouse will stock 10 million units of product, can support an annual business of $750 million, and will cut down delivery times even further with U.S. customers (currently
Asos is a 17-year-old e-commerce fashion brand based in the UK. The brand has found success with targeting twenty-somethings in the UK and Europe, with nearly $3 billion in sales globally.
But it was a different story in the UK, where retail sales rose 24% to £104.8m over the same period, driven by demand for ripped black jeans, sequin-spangled tops and novelty bags.
We delivered 26% sales growth and 28% profit growth whilst investing heavily in the long term potential of the business. Our reported profit increase was achieved despite bearing material transition costs due to our investment programme.
UK-based retailer ASOS has reported a 22% increase in total sales over the four months ending on 31 December 2015. UK sales were up 25% while international sales increased 20%. Total retail sales hit £446.9m, compared to £365.2m in 2014.
Asos now sees growth continuing, at much the same pace: its has revised its current year guidance upwards in line with its half year performance, and now expects sales growth of 30-35 per cent.