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Blundstone

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Formed in 1892 as J. Blundstone & Son by Jon and Sylvanus Blundstone, the eponymous brand is an Australian footwear label best known for its line of laceless, elastic-sided, ankle-length boots.

In 2000 Blundstone acquired John Bull Footwear, a New Zealand footwear company known for its tough yet comfortable boots for both work and play. The company's footwear is available in over 50 countries across five continents.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Blundstone exclusive distributors in United Kingdom: Central Trade Ltd 1 Addison Bridge Place, London W14 8XP
Head Office Telephone: (+44) 020 7371 6554
Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Menswear; footwear;
Womenswear; footwear;
Kids; footwear;
Accessories

Company Size (No. of Employees): 51-200
Parent Company/Key Investors:

Central Trade Limited (UK)

UK Concessions: Approx 50
UK Wholesale Stockists: Approx 50
International Stores & Stockists: More than 50 Stores
Total Global Stores & Stockists: 6 global stockists
Key Brands Stocked:

Office;
Amazon;
Schuh; Offspring; Supra;

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Steve Gunn

Buying Director: Chris Burgess (Sales Manager)
Design Director: Michael Skarbek
Digital Director: Phil McPhee
Marketing Director: Greg Findlay (Group Markeding Manager)
HR Director: Adele Crawford (HR Coordinator)

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