Retailers across apparel, electronics, sporting goods, and other industries shared how their ecommerce sales fared in the most recent quarter.

More businesses in Digital Commerce 360’s Top 1000 list of ecommerce retailers in North America reported earnings over the last week. These are the highlights you need to know. Read more earnings coverage here.

23andMe Inc. (No. 309)

Revenue was down 8% year over year for the fiscal fourth quarter, but it grew 10% to $272 million for the full fiscal year ended March 31, 2023. The biotechnology company grew its customer base 11% in the fiscal year to 14 million genotype users.

It also grew its subscription membership, 23andMe+, CEO Anne Wojcicki told investors. Subscription membership grew 51% year over year to 640,000 members. More customers are also opting in to the subscriber program with their initial purchase, though she did not give a specific figure.

Advance Auto Parts Inc. (No. 101)

Advance Auto Parts reported a “double-digit sales increase” in ecommerce for its first quarter. Over the same period, net sales grew 1.3% year over year and comparable store sales decreased 0.4%. The auto parts retailer also reported that DIY omnichannel sales grew, without sharing specifics.

Bark (No. 173)

Revenue was down 2% year over year in the fiscal fourth quarter to $126 million, coming out ahead of Bark’s guidance. Direct-to-consumer revenue also decreased 1.5% to $116 million. For the full fiscal year, direct-to-consumer revenue increased 5.3% over fiscal 2022.


Bark broke down DTC revenue by product category. Toys, beds, and apparel generated $307 million in revenue in fiscal 2023. Consumables including treats and food generated $165 million.

Best Buy Co. Inc. (No. 7)

Domestic online revenue declined 12.1% for the first quarter to $2.69 billion, Best Buy said. Online sales made up 30.5% of total domestic revenue in the quarter, down slightly from 30.9% last year. About 40% of those sales were buy online, pick up in store (BOPIS) orders, the retailer said.

Online sales have doubled since 2020, CEO Corie Barry told investors.


Big Lots (No. 251)

Net sales were down 18.3% year over year to $1.1 billion the first quarter, Big Lots reported.

“Our lower-income consumer was hurt by inflation, lower tax refunds, and higher interest rates, and their confidence has been shaken by banking failures,” CEO Bruce Thorn said in a statement.

The discount retailer declined to share specific ecommerce data.

“We continue to improve the [online] customer journey through a more curated experience, better site navigation, and eliminating friction,” Thorn told investors.


Deckers Brands (No. 167)

Direct-to-consumer net sales grew 19.5% in the fiscal fourth quarter to $343.1 million, up from $287.2 million the previous year. Much of the growth came from a few specific brands. Sneaker company Hoka net sales, including in stores and ecommerce, grew 40.3% year over year to $397.7 million. Teva sales also grew 14.6%, while Ugg sales were down 16.1%.

“Fiscal year 2023 was an exceptional year for the Deckers organization, delivering 15% revenue growth and increasing earnings per share nearly 20%,” CEO Dave Powers said in a statement. “We continue to deliver record results, including the HOKA brand adding more than half a billion dollars of top-line revenue.

Lululemon Athletica Inc. (No. 27)

Lululemon reported ecommerce sales grew 18% in Q1 over the year-ago period. Online sales contributed $835 million in revenue in the quarter, 42% of total revenue, the retailer said.

Traffic grew 30% year over year both in stores and online, chief financial officer Meghan Frank told investors. 


Macy’s Inc. (No. 17)

Online sales were down 8% year over year in the first quarter. Ecommerce sales made up 33% of total sales in the quarter, CEO Jeff Gennette told investors. Digital penetration remained flat from 2022, down from a high of 40% during the pandemic. 

Nordstrom Inc. (No. 21)

Ecommerce sales were down 17.4% in Q1 due to eliminating digital order fulfillment at Nordstrom Rack stores and closing the Trunk Club in 2022, the retailer said.

Nordstrom reported that digital sales made up 36% of net sales in the quarter, down from 39% of net sales in the year-ago period. Digital sales were approximately $1.1 billion in the quarter.

Sportsman’s Warehouse (No. 361)

Net sales decreased 13.5% year over year to $267.6 million in the quarter. Sportsman’s Warehouse didn’t provide specific information on ecommerce sales. CEO Jeff White told investors that online sales are a “continually growing highlight” of the business even as overall sales were down.


Ulta Beauty (No. 48)

Ulta comparable sales were up 9.3% year over year in the first fiscal quarter. The beauty retailer didn’t specify what percentage of sales were through ecommerce.

Ulta also finished the two-year rollout of its updated website and app in the quarter. 

Victoria’s Secret & Co. (No. 53)

Net sales decreased 5% year over year $1.4 billion in the fiscal second quarter, Victoria’s Secret reported. Web traffic for the apparel retailer remained flat from 2022, though conversion rates and average unit retail both declined over the period. 

Casual sleep and beauty were the best performing categories both online and in stores, CEO Martin Waters told investors. Sales in China showed “outsized growth in digital,” he said.


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