Cath Kidston Expands up North

Posted on 3 July, 2012 by MOVEHUT

Cath Kidston, who has just opened commercial properties in Aberdeen, Belfast Bournemouth and Jersey, has plans to open three more stores in the north. The towns which will benefit from the unique products by Cath Kidston include Newbury, Nottingham and Sheffield.

It is still unsure at this stage when the new commercial properties will open, but people wishing to work in one of the new stores can show their interest now on the Cath Kidston website.

Speaking of the business expansions, Chris McKendrick, Commercial Director at Cath Kidston said: “We are excited to be further expanding our portfolio of stores to three great locations as advised by CBRE. We are confident that these locations will be successful in introducing new customers to the brand.”

The company was started in 1993 by Cath Kidston herself, when she opened her first store in Holland Park in London. She started selling vintage designs with a modern twist in a variety of products including wallpaper and furniture.

19 years later, the brand has grown from strength to strength and Cath Kidston remains as Creative Director for the company. Products range from bags and accessories to fashion and home ware. The organisation currently has shops in 53 locations throughout the UK, but also has commercial properties in Ireland, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand.

Are you a fan of Cath Kidston’s products? Will you be visiting the new commercial properties when they open?

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