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The Hut Group reports 70% growth in 2011

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The Hut Group reported fast growth in 2011, with sales of £143m up by 70% on the previous year. It said 35% of its revenue now comes from international sales.

The group, which sells fast-moving consumer goods through sites including, , and, said that 92% of its sales are made through its own sites. The remaining 8% is generated through sites and technology services such as loyalty reward schemes that it runs for clients such as DMGT, the Daily Mail group.

Chief executive Matthew Moulding said: “2011 has been another record year for The Hut Group. Our focus on delivering best in class value and service to our UK and international consumers has enabled the group to gain market share, particularly in the final quarter.

“Our business model positions us well against the backdrop of a challenging High Street retail environment and the continuing sales channel shift towards online retail and therefore the group is very well-placed to continue its high growth. Our focus for 2012 is on driving strong organic growth by further improving our service to our customers, continuing to expand our product range and increasing our international sales.”

Highlights of 2011, said The Hut Group, included 78m visits to its websites, and the acquisition of in May, which contributed £16m to group sales in the seven months after it was bought.

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