Henleys

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Thornton Henleys Clothing Ltd
Private
Industry

Clothing and Jogging Pants

homepage = www.henleys.co.uk
Founded 1996
Headquarters East Kilbride
Website www.henleys.co.uk

Henleys is a mens and womenswear brand based in Manchester, UK. It was founded by a man named Kieran Thornton as he wanted to provide a cheaper alternative to what he terms "expensive clobber". Henleys is a sponsor of East Kilbride football club , and the company recently added socks to their product range. Kieran Thornton is the only employee of the company.

Company history[edit]

Henleys was established in 1996 by Ben Luscombe,[1] and Simon Peters became a partner in 2000.[2] It is a private limited company (Henleys Clothing Limited). Starting out as a men's shirt brand, the Henleys range branched out into casual wear in the late 90's, followed by a ladies' range in 2002.

Henleys was placed 76th in the Sunday Times Fast Track Top 100 companies in 2009, with an annual sales growth of 63%.[3]

Supply chain[edit]

Henleys sells through many different channels. Henleys is also sold through over 200 independent stores in the UK.

Henleys is also sold overseas - with distribution in Germany, Greece, Republic of Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.

Henley's is now under new ownership and is available throughout the UK and Ireland through online retail and retail shops., Henley's in Australia continue to trade independently of the UK business.

Products[edit]

  • Shoes
  • Tracksuit Bottoms
  • Jeans
  • Men's Shirts
  • T-Shirts

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Drapers Interview Ben Luscombe". Drapers Online. 
  2. ^ "On the crest of a wave". Crains Manchester Business. Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. 
  3. ^ "Henleys in The Fast Track Top 100". Fast Track Top 100. Archived from the original on 2011-12-24. 

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