Zalando‘s growth has continued unabated in 2017‘s first quarter, with preliminary figures showing it is on track to publish turnover growth of more than 20 per cent.
The Berlin-based online fashion retailer‘s first quarter is somewhere between â‚¬971 million and â‚¬987 million (£811 million-£825 million), an increase of 22-24 per cent.
Its adjusted EBIT will be in between â‚¬10 million and â‚¬30 million (£8.3 million and £25 million), in the vicinity of last year‘s first quarter, which stood at â‚¬20.2 million (£16.8 million).
Zalando also said it expected its full-year revenue growth to hit 20-25 per cent.
“We continue to successfully execute towards our goals and started 2017 with strong growth momentum,” Zalando co-chief executive Rubin Ritter said.
“We are fully on track with our long-term aspirations and keep expanding our business at high speed, while investing into our consumer experience and brand partner proposition.