// Lululemon’s sales and profits have risen over the year
// Store expansion across the UK boosted the results
Lululemon recorded an uptick in profits and sales in its UK market, which was boosted by a store expansion programme.
In its recent full-year results, profit in Lululemon’s UK wing increased by 42 per cent after tax totalling at £1.2 million.
The trading update covering the year to January 31 also showed turnover at the retailer increased 38 per cent year-on-year to £40.8 million.
During the period, the Canadian athletic apparel retailer opened two new UK stores in Guilford, Manchster as well a concession in Selfridges.
Employee size has also increased from 250 to 279.