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J Cheaney

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Joseph Cheaney established the Cheaney company in 1886, a luxury footwear brand. During the first 80 years, the factory made shoes exclusively for some of the finest retailers around the world, branded to their individual company requirements.

In 1964, Church’s English Shoes bought the business and made their products available to retailers all over the world. In 2016, the business won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade and, in 2009, the brand was sold to Jonathan and William Church.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

£10.3m

Segments / Shopping Categories:

Footwear; accessories

Parent Company/Key Investors:

Church Family

UK Standalone Stores: 9
UK Concessions: Approx 3
Key Concessions:

Selfridges; Rift; Icon Outlet at the 02

Number of Countries Shipped To: Over 200 Countries
Key Countries Shipped To:

UK; EU (Parts); China; Australia; Canada; UAE

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Cheaney Shoes Ltd, 69 Rushton Road, Desborough NN14 2RR
Head Office Telephone: 0153 6760 383
Website Traffic: 206,720 (on desktop and mobile web, in the last 6 months). Source: SimilarWeb
Key Locations:

21b Jermyn Street,
London, SW1Y 6HP

26 Henrietta Street
London, WC2E 8NA

Coal Drops Yard
London, N1C 4DQ

73 Brushfield Street
London, E1 6AA

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

William Church

Managing Director: Jonathan Church

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