MADE.COM is on a mission to offer great design direct from the makers.  There's now 150 of us and we are still hiring new talents every week. 

Our philosophy is to leverage the Internet to apply the economy of scale in manufacturing, so that even the most beautiful and high-end design will eventually become accessible and affordable to every one. 

We started MADE with the belief that we will be able to revolutionise the home furnishing industry, which is gigantic in size but extremely opaque and slow moving. Attitude and courage are the qualities with which we think we are making a difference. 

Here are a few of our values, 


Unconventional: 
We don't want to do just the same. Our business model is about challenging the conventions and creating a brand from scratch; our supply chain has been designed to minimise stock and maximise efficiency, in a way no other retailers have dared. Our marketing, creative and design team take great pride in making our photos and communication material stand out, look fresh, with the intention to always delight our customers. 

Attention to detail: 
This means we care. No small things are overlooked and every detail is important, no matter the domain, let it be numbers, creativity or services. 
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
London, GB
Founded
2010
Size (employees)
290 (est)+3%
Website
made.com
made.com was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in London, GB

Key People at made.com

Ning Li

Ning Li

Co-Founder & CEO
John Clark

John Clark

CFO
Jonathan Howell

Jonathan Howell

CTO
Brent Hoberman

Brent Hoberman

chairman & co-founder
Chloe Macintosh

Chloe Macintosh

Co-founder and Investor
Julien Callede

Julien Callede

Founder and COO

made.com Office Locations

made.com has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
100 Charing Cross Rd

made.com Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2010

Total Funding

$73 m

Latest funding size

$60 m

Time since last funding

about 2 years

Investors

made.com's latest funding round in July 2015 was reported to be $60 m. In total, made.com has raised $73 m

made.com Financial Metrics

made.com's revenue was reported to be £61.6 m in FY, 2015 which is a 44% increase from the previous period.
GBP

Revenue (FY, 2015)

61.6 m

Revenue growth (FY, 2014 - FY, 2015), %

44%

Gross profit (FY, 2015)

31.2 m

Gross profit margin (FY, 2015), %

51%

Net income (FY, 2015)

(9.1 m)

Cash (31-Dec-2015)

17.2 m
GBPFY, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Revenue

15.6 m26.2 m42.8 m61.6 m

Revenue growth, %

68%63%44%

Cost of goods sold

7.4 m13.4 m20.2 m30.4 m

Gross profit

8.1 m12.8 m22.6 m31.2 m

Gross profit Margin, %

52%49%53%51%

Operating expense total

11.1 m17.7 m28 m39.6 m

Pre tax profit

(4.9 m)(5.6 m)(9.1 m)

Net Income

(4.9 m)(5.4 m)(9.1 m)
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Cash

5.8 m4.2 m17.2 m

Accounts Receivable

87 k191 k143 k

Current Assets

10 m10.7 m27.1 m

PP&E

107 k717 k893 k

Goodwill

525 k1.1 m2.2 m

Total Assets

10.6 m12.5 m30.2 m

Accounts Payable

2.7 m5.3 m7.2 m

Current Liabilities

8.5 m13.6 m19.1 m

Total Liabilities

8.5 m15 m21.2 m

Retained Earnings

(4.9 m)(5.4 m)(9.1 m)

Total Equity

2.1 m(2.5 m)9 m

Financial Leverage

5 x-4.9 x3.4 x
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Cash From Operating Activities

(1.8 m)(2.1 m)(7.1 m)

Cash From Financing Activities

2.7 m2.1 m22.5 m

Income Taxes Paid

166 k
GBPY, 2015

Revenue/Employee

379 k

Financial Leverage

3.4 x

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