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Jo Malone London

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Jo Malone London is a luxury British perfume and scented candle retailer, founded by Jo Malone in 1990. In 1999, the brand was acquired by Estée Lauder Companies with Jo Malone staying on as creative director until 2006.

The brand is committed to 'Made in Britain' through its production and ingredient selection.

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Company Information
Revenue: £92 million (2019)
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Fragrance

Company Size (No. of Employees): Approx 700
Parent Company/Key Investors:

The Estée Lauder Companies

Payment Methods:

Credit card; Debit card; American Express

Delivery Options:

Standard delivery; Next Day delivery; Click and Collect

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
One Fitzroy, 6 Mortimer Street, London, W1T 3JJ, UK
Head Office Telephone: 0808 281 0229
Key Executives
Founder: Joanne Lesley Malone
Chief Executive:

Jean-Guillaume Trottier

Merchandising Director: Kelly Lydon
Head of Design: David Pugh
Retail Director: Ben Craven-Wilkinson
Head of Marketing: Charlotte Saunders
Chief Financial Officer: Tracey T. Travis

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