By  on November 13, 2019

LONDON — Losses at Mulberry nearly doubled to 9.8 million pounds from 5.3 million pounds in the first half ended Sept. 28 as the company continues to suffer from one of its top U.K. accounts, House of Fraser, going into administration last year. It also pointed to a challenging and “increasingly promotion-led” U.K. retail environment.

Revenues grew slightly to 68.9 million pounds from 68.3 million pounds in 2018. Growth was mostly driven by international sales, which were up 12 percent, as well as digital sales, which rose 23 percent. The U.K., Mulberry’s home market and most significant one, was down 4 percent.

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