Selfridges

Manhattan has Macy's; London has Selfridges. With 540,000 sq. ft. of selling space, the flagship Selfridges & Co. department store is still one of the biggest stores in the world and one of the top shops on London's posh Oxford Street. Selfridges also runs two smaller department stores in Manchester and a fourth location in Birmingham. The upmarket retailer sells a wide selection of brand-name fashion apparel, accessories, and housewares, but it aims to entertain as well with 15 in-store bars, cafés, and restaurants and a nearby 250-room, four-star hotel. Founded in 1909 by Gordon Selfridge -- an American -- Selfridges is owned by the Canadian billionaire W. Galen Weston (chairman of George Weston).
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
London, GB
Founded
1909
Size (employees)
6,015 (est)
Selfridges was founded in 1909 and is headquartered in London, GB

Key People at Selfridges

Paul Kelly

Paul Kelly

Group Managing Director
Willard Gordon Galen Weston

Willard Gordon Galen Weston

Chairman and President
Sue West

Sue West

Director of Operations
Anne Pitcher

Anne Pitcher

Managing Director of Selfridges UK

Selfridges Office Locations

Selfridges has offices in London, Birmingham, Manchester, Stretford
London, GB (HQ)
400 Oxford St
Stretford, GB
1 The Dome, The Trafford Centre
Manchester, GB
1 Exchange St
Birmingham, GB
Upper Mall East

Selfridges Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

1909

Selfridges Financial Metrics

Revenue (2015)

£565.6 m

Revenue growth (2014-15), %

7%

Gross profit

£338.4 m

Gross profit margin (2015), %

60%
Selfridges's revenue was reported to be £565.6 m in FY, 2015 which is a 6.7% increase from the previous period.
FY, 2014FY, 2015

Revenue

£530 m£565.6 m

Revenue growth, %

7%

Cost of goods sold

£206.3 m£227.2 m

Gross profit

£323.7 m£338.4 m

Gross profit Margin, %

61%60%

Operating expense total

£235.9 m£248 m

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