Made.com’s full-year sales jumped 44% as the furniture etailer continued to grow its global footprint and reached breakeven in the UK. The furniture specialist, which now has operations in six international markets, said its sales grew 44% to £61.6m in its full-year to December 31, 2015, with “particular strength” in France and the UK. Made.com chief executive Ning Li said: “Our focus on growing market share in our existing six markets is working well, with continued strong growth across all. In its current financial year to date, the furniture etailer said the business is trading ahead of expectations in the UK. Made.com has expanded its product range – up 30% in the year so far – with the development of its new garden furniture range.