|Public limited company|
|Traded as||LSE: TED|
|Headquarters||London, United Kingdom|
Ray Kelvin CBE (CEO)
|Products||Men's clothing, Women's clothing, Children's clothing|
|Revenue||£531.0 million (2017)|
|£62.5 million (2017)|
|£46.6 million (2017)|
Ted Baker's founder and CEO, Ray Kelvin, started his first store in March 1988 in Glasgow, and opened further stores in Manchester, and Nottingham. In 1990 Ted Baker opened a store in Covent Garden (with additional stores in London's Soho, Nottingham and Leeds) and Kelvin bought the company outright from part-owners Goldberg and Sons. A new range, Ted Baker Woman, was launched in 1995.
Ted Baker purchased their headquarters in London for £58.25 million in summer 2017.
Stores in the United Kingdom
Ted Baker has a number of stand-alone stores in the UK. The Ted Baker range is also sold by other retailers (which it refers to as Ted Baker Trustees), in particular in stores of the John Lewis Partnership and House of Fraser. Ted Baker also has stores at Bicester Village Retail Outlet, at Swindon's Great Western Designer Outlet, Portsmouth's Gunwharf Quays and Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet. There is a Ted Baker concession in all Selfridges & Co stores; London, Birmingham, Manchester and the Trafford Centre.
Ted Baker has 490 stores and concessions worldwide: 192 in the UK, 98 in Europe, 111 in the US and Canada, 80 in the Middle East, Africa and Asia and 9 in Australia.
Ted Baker has stores and outlets in the rest of Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia, Asia, South Africa and the Middle East. It opened a store on Fifth Avenue in New York City in August 2012.
Ted Baker has expanded its high street presence through its wholesale business which includes Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Canada, Norway, Greece, Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium, as well as the British Isles. Wholesale operations commenced in 1994 through careful selection of retail stores.
- "Annual Results 2017" (PDF). Ted Baker. Retrieved 28 April 2017.
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- Thompson, James (12 June 2012). "Jubilee celebration gives Ted Baker a lift". Evening Standard. Retrieved 12 June 2012.