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Description:

Founded in 2016, Allbirds is a San Francisco-based startup aimed at designing environmentally friendly footwear.

The company is most known for its shoes - made from natural materials, such as merino wool, eucalyptus tree fibre and sugar cane. The shoes are comfortable and simple, with no flashy logos or details and designed entirely to be practical.

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Company Information
Annual Sales:

$100.2 Million (2019)

Segments / Shopping Categories:

footwear; menswear; womenswear; accessories

Company Size (No. of Employees): 350
Parent Company/Key Investors:

T. Rowe Price Investment Management;
Fidelity Management & Research Company

UK Standalone Stores: 2
Payment Methods:

Debit card; Credit card

Delivery Options:

Standard delivery; Express delivery

Number of Countries Shipped To: 5
Key Countries Shipped To:

US; New Zealand; Australia; Canada; UK; Germany

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
6th Floor, One London Wall, London EC2Y 5EB
Head Office Telephone: 080 8164 8595
Website Traffic: 1,559,225 (approx monthly web visitors). Source: SimilarWeb
PR Company:

Allbirds outsources some of its press to The Communications Store.

Allbirds:
Press@allbirds.co.uk

The Communications Store:
allbirds@tcs-uk.net

Key Locations:

123 Long Acre,
London, WC2E 9PA

46 Marylebone High Street,
London, W1U 5HQ

Key Executives
Founder: Tim Brown; Joey Zwillinger
Chief Executive:

Joey Zwillinger

Managing Director: Sandeep Verma
Merchandising Director: Susi Proudman
Design Director: Jamie McLellan
Marketing Director: Julie Channing
HR Director: Elle Zhang

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