Higher sales and losses for Warby Parker in Q4, FY

U.S.-based direct-to-consumer Warby Parker has reported a 17.8 percent year-on-year increase in Q4 revenues to $132.9 million. The company noted that its quarterly sales had been negatively impacted by the Covid’s Omicron variant at the end of December, which usually coincides with peak demand from customers. Q4 revenues were up ...

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