Allbirds adopts more cautious FY22 outlook


Allbirds, citing logistics, currency effects, and lower international sales as significant year-over-year headwinds, is taking a more cautious view of FY22. The six-year-old company is forecasting annual sales of $335 to $345 million, 18 percent gross profit improvement to a range of $170 to $177.5 million and adjusted Ebitda of ...

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