• Full-year EBITDA jumps 78.4%
  • Like-for-like sales up 9.5%
  • E-commerce sales increase 34%
Jigsaws EBITDA jumped by 78.4% in the full year

Jigsaw's EBITDA jumped by 78.4% in the full year

UK fashion retailer Jigsaw has hailed what it has described as a "strong set of results" for the full year, booking profit and sales growth in a challenging environment.

The retailer's EBITDA jumped by 78.4% to GBP3.14m (US$4.93m) in the year to 27 September.

Like-for-like sales increased 9.5% and overall by 11%. Group turnover reached GBP91m.

E-commerce sales grew 34% in a year where next day click-and-collect was launched, and the new "check store stock" function.

"I am delighted with the progress Jigsaw has made in the last financial year," said CEO Peter Ruis. "We have created solid momentum across every facet of the brand, keeping innovation and differentiation at our core."

The company said current trends continue to be healthy, with Jigsaw trading ahead of the year in sales, margin, and gross profit.