Fashion giant Boohoo says its revenues have leapt by 40 per cent after strong sales during the Covid-19 restrictions despite last year’s Leicester working conditions scandal.
The online fashion retailer has revealed group revenues jumped to £660.8 million on the back of strong Christmas and Black Friday sales.
It told investors it now expects to deliver revenue growth of between 36 per cent and 38 per cent for the financial year to February, ahead of previous guidance of 28 per cent to 32 per cent.
Last month company executives told MPs they had cut ties with 64 of their suppliers in Leicester over concerns staff were being underpaid and overworked in poor conditions.
link source - Leicester Mercury