Verso sees revenue growth in lockdown

Verso sees revenue growth in lockdown

Verso has reported a rise in global sales, with a 300% increase in its e-commerce sales, in this year's first quarter.

The radical independent publisher's global sales have seen a 25% increase year on year, due to substantial growth in its e-commerce activity.

Speaking to The Bookseller, Rowan Wilson, the company's UK director, attributed much of its lockdown growth to its "dedicated audience", and a thriving direct to customer service.

"Verso has spent years developing its D2C e-commerce business to its enthusiastic and supportive readers, so that last year it was already responsible fo...

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