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Kurt Geiger

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Kurt Geiger is a premium footwear brand operating across the UK. It first opened its doors on Bond Street in 1963. Kurt Geiger's own brands for women, men and children include Kurt Geiger London, KG, Carvela and Miss KG.

Kurt Geiger has operated the Harrods and Selfridges footwear departments for the past 25 years. This unique positioning sets Kurt Geiger apart as a distinctive and unparalleled multi-channel business selling third-party and owned brands through department store concessions.

The brand has over 80 stores worldwide, kurtgeiger.com, as well as e-commerce concession sites and wholesale partners. Selling over four million pairs of shoes a year this makes Kurt Geiger the largest luxury footwear retailer in Europe.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

£324.6M (Jan 2018)

Segments / Shopping Categories:

womenswear; menswear; footwear; shoes; accessorises

Company Size (No. of Employees): 2143
Parent Company/Key Investors:

Owned by private equity company Cinven

Total Global Stores & Stockists: 80 stores; 240 concessions
Key Concessions:

Selfridges; Harrods; Liberty of London

Group Companies:

Kurt Geiger; KG Kurt Geiger; Carvela; Shoeaholics

Key Brands Stocked:

Kurt Geiger London; KG Kurt Geiger; Carvela; Miss KG

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
24 Britton Street, London EC1M 5UA
Head Office Telephone: 020 7781 7480
Key Locations:

Regent Street; Covent Garden

Key Executives
Chief Executive: Neil Clifford (CEO)
Buying Director: Kate Jackson (Buying Manager)
Design Director: Rebecca Farrar-Hockley (Creative Director)
Retail Director: Jon Parkes - Head of Premium Retail (South); Sarah Burness - Head of Premium Retail (North)
Digital Director: Gareth Rees-John (Digital Director)
Marketing Director: Pascale Montaner (Head of Global Communications)
HR Director: Laura Treacher (Senior HR Manager)

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