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Monki

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Monki is a Swedish high street retailer founded in 2006, later joining the H&M Group in 2008. It offers clothing, bags, and accessories tailored to young women for both professional and leisure purposes.

The retailer has a presence in markets across Europe and Asia, with over 123 concept stores worldwide.

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Company Information
Revenue: £17.8 billion (Group, 2019)
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Womenswear; Accessories; Bags; Footwear; Jewellery; Beauty; Lingerie

Parent Company/Key Investors:

H&M Group

UK Standalone Stores: 91
Group Companies:

H&M; Arket; Other Stories; Cheap Monday; COS; Weekday

Payment Methods:

Debit card; Credit card; American Express; PayPal; Klarna

Student Discount:

10% off online and in-store via Student Beans

Delivery Options:

Standard delivery, Standard in-store pick-up; Express delivery

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
H&M Group, 1st Floor, 25 Argyll Street, London W1F 7TS
Website:
PR Company:

IPR London handles PR for Monki

IPR London Phone: 020 7739 0272
Email: frida@iprlondon.com
www.iprlondon.com

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Helena Helmersson

Managing Director: Jennie Dahlin Hansson
Head of Buying: Jenny Blockert
Head of Design: Caroline Carlryd
Head of Marketing: Stephany Goncalves
Head of People: Karin Börjesson O'Connor
Chief Financial Officer: Jyrki Tervonen
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