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Debenhams is a well respected high street department store offering customers clothing, electricals, furniture, designer products, beauty products and wedding products from brands such as Betty Jackson, Edition, Frost French, Jasper Conran, Preen, Ted Baker and much more.

Debenhams was established in 1778 by Flint and Clark and originally sold clothing only. Today, Debenhams has 153 stores and 21,500 employees, making it a leading department store group. As well as stores in the UK and Ireland, Debenhams has stores in Cyprus, Prague, Iceland and Kuwait. The store has a massive product range which focuses on clothing and many other products.

As well as boasting 153 stores across Britain and Ireland, Debenhams has a fully usable website, revealing Debenhams commitment to providing customers with better value, a bigger choice and excellent standards throughout every area they trade in. The website supports three million customers each month through their buying decisions, as well as offering a Debenhams discount code for money off items which can be bought online. This makes Debenhams online a highly successful online retailer, firmly establishing itself as a favourite with consumers.

Social Conscience

Debenhams believe it’s important to support worthwhile charities. Whilst they cannot support all charities available, it has chosen to support two charities which colleagues and shoppers feel strongly about. These charities are Breast Cancer Campaign and NSPCC.

Supplier Code of Conduct

Debenhams works hard to ensure that all products stocked in their stores and on their website are from reputable suppliers who adhere to their strict code of conduct. This means that suppliers must be fair and honest in their dealings and must not exploit the people who make the products, ensuring that they work in good conditions, understanding their environmental impact and the laws of the country in which they work.

This means ensuring that employees can work in a safe envrionment, with health training and clean facilities. Workers should also have a representative who can discuss workers concerns and issues in a confidential and safe manner.

Waste created must be managed with the local laws in place, and Debenhams has the right to make unannounced inspections to ensure that these standards and code of conduct are being adherred to.

Did you know...?
Debenhams can boast being one of the UK's longest continually operating clothing and goods retailer.
A famous customer of Debenhams was Queen Victoria.

Debenhams was only named Debenhams in 1905. Until then, the store was called Flint and Clark when it was first established in 1778, Clark and Debenham in 1813 when William Debenham joined the company and Debenham and Freebody in 1851 when Clement Freebody became a partner.