High Street

Terrys revenue soars 109% YOY

The home furnishing retailer has seen a surge in demand over the past year during the multiple national lockdowns

Terrys has reported an overall revenue increase of 109%, to an undisclosed amount, over the last year after seeing a huge surge in demand throughout the UK’s recent national lockdowns.

The home furnishing retailer’s ecommerce operations assisted business during the pandemic, with searches for blackout curtains up 47% and roman blinds up 49% compared to this time last year.

Furthermore, the family-run retailer’s recent brand wins, including Emma Shipley, Cath Kidston and Tess Daly, has also bolstered sales in the first quarter of 2021.

Paul McGuiness, managing director at Terrys, said: “It’s been a really challenging year for many industries, but we are really delighted to have seen a continued demand for home furnishings during this time.

“The past twelve months has seen many people investing in their homes, and this is a trend that we anticipate will continue throughout the coming months.”

Gareth Coxall, Terrys’ Marketing and Creative director at Terrys, said: “We have ambitious plans for expanding our offering to not only include some of the UK’s most popular and much-loved designer collections, but also a range of collections that will be exclusive to Terrys.”

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