Printing.com sees growth in online sales despite tough trading

Printing.com has warned investors that since the time of its last update on February 20th, trading has continued to be difficult.

Printing.com has warned investors that since the time of its last update on February 20th, trading has continued to be difficult.

That said, the group has also seen signs of progress with "significant" growth in sales volumes through its new online and template initiatives, albeit with an increase in marketing expenditure.

The share price fell 5.75% to 20.50p by 08:45.

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