Levi’s Direct-to-Consumer Business Sees Double Digit Growth in Q1

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The buzz surrounding direct-to-consumer is having a positive effect on Levi Strauss & Co. The company reported direct-to-consumer revenues for first quarter 2017 increased 10 percent.

On Tuesday Levi Strauss & Co. announced Q1 net revenues increased 4 percent on a reported basis. Direct-to-consumer outpaced wholesale revenues, which increased two percent primarily due to growth in Europe.

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