Print on-demand clothing retailer Spreadshirt’s global revenue increased by 18% to €85m (£67m) in 2015, while in the UK and Ireland it made sales of €4.6m (£3.6m).
The company, which operates online, received 2 million orders in 2015 and shipped 3.6 million items to 180 countries around the world – an 11% increase on 2014. Its average customer basket size grew by 7.5% compared to the previous year.
It launched into new countries during 2015, including Madagascar and the Cook Islands.
Spreadshirt also invested in its ecommerce platform during the year, and 40% of its website traffic now comes from smartphones and tablets.
The retailer said it will continue to build on its online proposal by offering rewards to successful sellers and faster payments for partners.
Chief executive Philip Rooke added: “At Spreadshirt we have a continuous-development approach to our platform. The healthy growth we have achieved in 2015 is a direct result of this investment in ideas and technology.
“We are now in a strong position for 2016, which is going to be a year of simplification. We want to make it ever easier to buy and sell ideas on the Spreadshirt platform.”