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Jigsaw

Description:

It was a humble Afghan coat that first started the Jigsaw brand, brought into the country by Jigsaw founder, John Robinson. A quintessentially British brand, Jigsaw was established in 1972, opening its first store in Hampstead and expanding across the UK.

The brand has a strong identity with design classics interpreted in the colours and fabrics of the moment and more directional, trend pieces for each season. Today, it has 86 UK stores and an international presence in Ireland, Australia and the West Coat of the USA.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

£103.7M (2017)

Company Size (No. of Employees): 1,067
Parent Company/Key Investors:

Owned by Robinson Webster (Holdings) Ltd. Majority shareholder & founder, John Robinson.

UK Standalone Stores: 86
UK Concessions: 78
International Stores & Stockists: 10 stores; 12 concessions
Key Concessions:

John Lewis & Partners; David Jones; Arnotts; Bloomingdale’s

Group Companies:

Jigsaw; The Shop at Bluebird

Key Brands Stocked:

Jigsaw; Jigsaw Junior

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
159 Mortlake Road, Richmond TW9 4AW
Head Office Telephone: 020 8392 5600
Key Locations:

UK; Ireland; USA (West Coast); Australia

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Toby Foreman (Interim CEO)

Buying Director: Shailina Parti
Creative Director: Caroline Evans
Retail Director: Fiona Cullen
Head of Marketing: Jessica Franklin
HR Director: Laura Lew (HR Manager)

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