The parent company of online shopping club Ozsale.com.au – which has hosted sales for the likes of Alex Perry, Ksubi, Ben Sherman and Forever New – has clocked three million members.
Apac Sale Group claimed the milestone today, acquiring more than a million followers in the last six months alone.
As reported in the January edition of Ragtrader magazine, the group is readying for expansion into South East Asia following the launch of Thaisale in November.
Korea, India and China have been cited as key markets of interest, with Thaisale representing its fifth shopping club in the region.
Apac Sale Group chairman and founder Jamie Jackson said the company had experienced an "extraordinary" Christmas.
"Our sales for the first half of the current financial year nearly matched sales for the entire year previous," he said.
"Furthermore, we have some exciting new product development initiatives and partnerships due to roll out in the next six months that will underpin our second half performance."
The company recently opened a 17,000 square metre warehouse in Sydney's Smithfield to deal with growing demand.
“Between our Brookvale headquarters and the new Smithfield warehouse facility, Ozsale’s Australian footprint has grown from 250 square metres and four staff when we launched in 2006 to 23,000 square metres and more than 300 employees today," Jackson said.
Ozsale was founded in 2006 and has grown into the Apac Sale Group, which has taken the shopping club model to regional markets such as New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.
The platform offers consumers up to 80 per cent off local and international brands, targeting suppliers looking to move aged stock.
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