How AI, private labels will help Temple & Webster reach $1.1b in sales

Mark Coulter. Image supplied.
Mark Coulter. Image supplied.
Australian online furniture and homewares retailerTemple & Webster has partially recovered from the significant losses that occurred during the first half of the 2023 financial year, and is focusing on its private labels, AI technology and value proposition to drive growth and market share over the next three to five years. Temple & Webster recorded $428 million (A$396 million) in revenue in FY23, down from $460 million (A$426.3 million) in the year prior. Meanwhile, its net profit fell

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