By Marcus Leach
On-line fashion retailer Asos has reported a sharp rise in their full year revenue figures.
As the company continues to grow they reported a 52% (£339.7 million) rise in revenue for the year end to March, with international sales rising by an incredible 142%.
Pre-tax profit was £15.7 million, a slight dip from £20.3 million the previous year, which was due to £12.9 million of relocation costs. Taking out these costs, profits rose 41% to £28.6m.
The company said it remained on track to reach its goal of £1 billion worth of sales by 2015.
"I am pleased to report another successful year for Asos," said the group's chief executive Nick Robertson.
"We remain positive in our outlook for 2012 and are excited by the opportunities for both our UK and international businesses."
Asos, unlike many high street retailers, has reported consistently strong results in recent years.