TPW -4.51%: the furniture & homewares e-commerce company announced FY23 results today which were largely in line or better, however, shares fell on softer guidance. Revenue fell -7% YoY to $395m, in line with consensus.
TPW -26.87%: the e-commerce furniture retailer struggled today following some sour comments at the half-year result. The numbers themselves were largely as expected with revenue of $207m just 2% below consensus while EBTIDA of $8.5m was a ~20% beat.
TPW +29.77%: FY22 results this morning showed mixed numbers for FY22 and FY23. Revenue grew more than 30% to $426m which was slightly behind expectations. EBTIDA was better though with margins coming in at 3.8% for the year, at the high end of guidance. This also included a $1.7m spend on The Home, Temple & Webster’s new home improvement...
TPW +7.41%: one of the first companies to report this period, FY21 was a strong year for online furniture business Temple & Webster. Revenue up 85% helped EBITDA jump 141% for the year with strong operating margins also helped by the launch of their private label offering.
Temple & Webster Group Limited operates an online shopping club. The Company offers its members with an access to furniture, homewares, home decor, arts, gifts, and lifestyle products. Temple & Webster group serves customers in Australia.
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