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Bad Rhino

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BadRhino specialises in ‘Big & Tall’ menswear. Launched in 2015, and the brother of sister plus-sized brand, Yours Clothing, this fast growing retailer offers affordable extra sizes, up to 8XL, aiming to make shopping for large men’s clothes easier and more enjoyable.

With a range of coats, jackets, knitwear, sweatshirts, T shirts, shirts, trousers, shorts and denim, with accessories to match, it says it caters for all shapes and sizes. Bad Rhino has just launched its first standalone stores in Skegness, Great Yarmouth, Peterborough and Bristol.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

£88M (Yours Clothing Ltd.)

Segments / Shopping Categories:

menswear; formal; tailoring; suits

Company Size (No. of Employees): 1104
Parent Company/Key Investors:

Yours Clothing Ltd.

UK Standalone Stores: 4
Total Global Stores & Stockists: 159
Key Concessions:

ASOS; Zalando; Tesco; Next

Group Companies:

Yours Clothing; Bad Rhino

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Unit B, Finmere Park, Peterborough PE2 6YG
Head Office Telephone: 03448 204 204
Website:
Key Locations:

UK; Ireland; Kuwait; Saudi Arabia; Germany; Dubai; Qatar

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Andrew Killingsworth (Founder & CEO)

Buying Director: Matthew Jackson (Merchandise Director)
Retail Director: Karen Luton
Marketing Director: Adam Hart (Senior Digital Marketing Manager)
HR Director: Kay Clay (HR Manager)
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