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Selfridges and Cupron Bring Actual Beauty Sleep to Brits
Date:10/30/2008

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About Selfridges

  • The business was founded by American entrepreneur Gordon Selfridge in 1909 and run by him until he retired in 1940 and took on the role of President. Gordon Selfridge died in 1947 and four years later Lewis's Investment Trust bought a controlling interest in Selfridges.
  • In 1965 Charles Clore's British Shoe Corporation (subsequently the Sears Group) bought a controlling interest in Lewis's Investment Trust and in doing so acquired Selfridges.
  • In 1998 the company was de-merged from the Sears Group and floated on the London Stock Exchange.
  • In 2003 Galen Weston purchased Selfridges. He and his wife Hilary are closely involved with the development and growth of the company.
  • In the year ended 31 January 2007, Selfridges' sales rose by 11 per cent to £597 million and grew profit by 33 per cent to £65 million.
  • Galen Weston is Chairman of Selfridges and, in January 2004, Allan Leighton was appointed Deputy Chairman.
  • Paul Kelly became Chief Executive of Selfridges in February 2004. Before that, Paul was Managing Director of Brown Thomas in Dublin for ten years. He has worked with the Weston family for over 20 years.
  • Galen Weston is Chairman of the premier luxury goods company which, as well as Selfridges, includes Holt Renfrew in Canada and Brown Thomas in Ireland.
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