// Emma Mattress posts £18m revenue in the year to June 30
// It said it is on track to achieve £45m revenue this year
Emma Mattress has generated £18 million revenue in the first half of 2019 thanks to its “sustainable business model”.
The online bedding and mattress retailer said it was on track to achieve £45 million revenue this year, which is a growth of 173 per cent from 2018.
“Emma’s 316 per cent year-on-year growth is a testament to our profitable and sustainable business model, which focuses on product quality and clearly communicating product differentiation and function,” Emma Mattress co-founder Benjamin Quiroga-Rivera said.
“We’re sceptical of adopting unsustainable strategies and believe we have found the right recipe for long-term success.
“Our strong H1 2019 results are further evidence that we’re on the right track and put Emma Mattress on course to solidify its position as the UK’s leading bed-in-box-brand”.
As of July 19, Emma Mattress has sold over 400,000 mattresses on a profitable basis via its worldwide online channels.
The retailer said it would reveal a new partnership with one of the UK’s leading retailers by the end of July.
This collaboration will increase Emma Mattress’ retail presence to over 200 stores across the country.
“Emma Mattress continues to build an omnichannel presence that strengthens its position on the UK’s retail landscape,” Quiroga-Rivera said.