Stitch Fix on Thursday reported quarterly revenue and profit that blew past Wall Street estimates, as it added more subscribers to its personalised online clothing service, triggering a 12 percent rise in its shares.
A report released by Brightpearl on Wednesday suggests that the introduction of try-before-you-buy services could spell disaster for unprepared e-commerce retailers, swamping them with returns and obliterating margins.
US online personal styling service Stitch Fix reported another strong quarter on Monday with net revenue up 25 percent to $295.9 million, as the number of active clients climbed to 2.5 million, and new products excelled.
US styling service Stitch Fix reported stronger-than-expected quarterly earnings on Tuesday, despite a 71% decline on last year. It was the first financial report since its $120 million IPO launch at the end of November.