Global Fashion Group sees Q2 net merchandise value rising 11%

Global Fashion Group sees Q2 net merchandise value rising 11%



Global Fashion Group


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Co-CEOs Christoph Barchewitz and Patrick Schmidt said: “We delivered our results under difficult circumstances with all of GFG’s regions facing varying volatile environments, which our team adapted to well. Despite the challenges in the quarter, we have continued to deliver against GFG’s strategic priorities. Our marketplace share has grown to nearly 40 per cent of NMV, we continue to have a large active customer base of over 16 million and in the second quarter, our customers made nearly 12 million orders. We remain confident in our strategy and the long-term opportunity as we continue to develop our business as the leading online fashion and lifestyle destination in growth markets.”  

For the full year, the group expects to deliver NMV growth of 10-15 per cent, representing c.€2.9 to €3.0 billion, c.€1.9 billion of revenue, all on a constant currency basis and an adjusted EBITDA margin of 3 per cent to 5 per cent. Capex investment will be around €65 million in FY2022. All ranges provided are based on FX rates per the end of second quarter except for a planned RUB to EUR exchange rate of 70, the company said in a press release.

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