Cycling e-tailer Deporvillage hit €60 million turnover in 2019

The sports e-commerce company Deporvillage brought 2019 to a close with a €60 million turnover, a 33% rise on 2018’s €45 million.

The year also saw the ascending firm hit a number of milestones, including more than 700,000 orders and an average of more than 5 million website visits per month. 2019 also saw Deporvillage launch two own-brands, Finisseur and DPV – following up its own-brand clothing line Imperfect created in ’18.

The firm has scored a position on the Financial Times FT1000 for two consecutive years, as the fastest growing online sports store in Europe.

2020 marks ten years since the firm was founded: “Ten years ago, we would not have believed that today we would have a turnover of 60 million and that we would be able to continue to set higher and higher goals,” said CEO, Xavier Pladellorens. “It’s both a personal and professional success.”

Angel Corcuera, Co-Founder and CPO, added: “Year-after-year, our positioning and growth has allowed us to become a reference, and in some cases exclusive, partner of the most attractive brands in the market, as well as allowing us to increasingly expand our product range.”

2019’s €60 million turnover was 71% up Deporvillage’s 2017 numbers. The e-tailer reached profitability in 2018 and says it currently offers more than 60,000 items from 500 brands.