Online fashion giant Yoox Net-a-Porter has announced “positive growth in all key markets” amid its first quarter results.
In the three months to March 31 the online fashion retailer posted a larger-than-expected increase in sales, with revenues jumping 15.4 per cent at current exchange rates to £436.13 million.
Meanwhile, sales at shot up a further 19.1 per cent on a like-for-like basis, accelerated by a healthy sales in the Asia while the US reported to be the company’s “fastest growing region” in the period.
Sales throughout Asia Pacific saw a massive 31.5 per cent growth to £77.18 million, with US sales following close behind with a 21.2 per cent growth to £136.65 million. UK sales grew at a much slower rate of 2.5 per cent to £56.51 million.
Yoox Net-a-Porter’s overall website traffic also continued to grow, with visits topping 200 million in the quarter, up from 178 million a year prior.
This is reflected in its active customer growth of half a million alongside both order number growth of 200,000 and average order value growth from £274.49 to £290.59.
The retailer stated alongside its financial results that it was well on track to meet its “short and medium-term targets”.