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Bravissimo

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When Bravissimo founder, Sarah Tremellen, had trouble finding an attractive bra to fit her, she was adamant that big boobed women like herself deserved a better deal when buying lingerie. She started Bravissimo as a mail order company from her living room in 1995. Twenty three years later, Bravissimo is a dynamic multi-channel retailer, offering lingerie, swimwear and clothing to fit and flatter women who are a D-L cup.

They have been in the Times Top 100 Places to Work for the last 11 years and have expanded into the US with a dedicated website and a standalone Bravissimo store planned.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

£51.9m

Segments / Shopping Categories:

womenswear; menswear; kidswear; footwear

Company Size (No. of Employees): 850
Parent Company/Key Investors:

Bravissimo Ltd.

UK Standalone Stores: 30
International Stores & Stockists: (One planned for the East Coast of America)
Group Companies:

Bravissimo

Key Brands Stocked:

Bravissimo

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Imperial Court, Holly Walk, Leamington Spa CV32 4YB
Head Office Telephone: 01926 459 859
Key Locations:

Birmingham; Bath; Chester; Newcastle; Brighton; Bristol; Liverpool; Manchester; Leeds; Leicester; Nottingham and Milton Keynes; USA

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Sarah Tremellen

Managing Director: Leanne Cahill
Buying Director: Hannah Oldfield (Product Buyer & Developer)
Design Director: Clare Turner (Senior Product Manager)
Retail Director: Caroline Bartlett
Digital Director: Julie Austin (Marketing & E-Commerce Director)
Marketing Director: Eleanor Corney (Director of Brand, Marketing & Special Projects)
HR Director: Emma Lynn (Head of People & Culture)
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