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|Tamara Hill-Norton (founder)|
Simon Hill-Norton (founder)
Julia Straus (CEO)
Sweaty Betty is a British retailer specialising in women's activewear, founded by Tamara and Simon Hill-Norton. It has over 50 boutiques in the United Kingdom, six boutiques in the United States and concessions in department stores Harrods and Bloomingdale's. In August 2021, Sweaty Betty was bought by American apparel manufacturer Wolverine Worldwide. 
Sweaty Betty was founded in 1998 by Tamara and Simon Hill-Norton with one boutique in London's Notting Hill. By 2003, the company had expanded to five boutiques.
In August 2021, Sweaty Betty was bought by publicly traded American apparel manufacturer Wolverine Worldwide for £300m. 
In 2001, Sweaty Betty was named Sports Industries Federation "sports retailer of the year".
In 2015, Sweaty Betty won an award for "Healthiest Employees" as part of Vitality Health Insurances' Britain's Healthiest Workplace Awards.
In 2019, Sweaty Betty's website was targeted by cyber-criminals, who inserted malicious code into its eCommerce website to capture customer card details during the checkout process.
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