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Established in 1948, Skopes is a premium high street menswear fashion brand known for its wide range of big and tall suits with chest sizes going up to 62 inches and trousers waist up to 52 inches. Alongside tailored pieces, the brand also sells casualwear and accessories in leading department stores around the UK as well as online.

It has recently begun rolling out a new retail concept with a new store in Westfield London (opened December 2018) and is set to add another in Sheffield's Meadowhall.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

£22,884,900

Segments / Shopping Categories:

menswear; footwear

Company Size (No. of Employees): 250
Parent Company/Key Investors:

Newross Impex Limited

UK Standalone Stores: 12
UK Wholesale Stockists: 70
Key Brands Stocked:

Skopes

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
2 Cross Green Garth, Cross Green Industrial Estate, Leeds LS9 0SF
Head Office Telephone: 0113 240 2211
Website:
Key Executives
Managing Director: Simon Cope
Buying Director: Julie Morris (Head of Merchandise)
Retail Director: Mike Rich (Head Of Retail)
Digital Director: Mike Reddington (E-Commerce Development Manager)

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