|Products||Fashion, Jewellery, Accessories|
|Revenue||29,405,274 euro (2021)|
Number of employees
The business was selected as one of the Walpole Brands of Tomorrow 2010  and its Co-Founder - George Graham - was named the Confederation of British Industry Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2011 for his work in setting up the concept.
Wolf & Badger continued to grow and in August 2010 opened a pop up store in Selfridges department store on Oxford Street. In 2011, it opened a summer store in Porto Montenegro. In 2012 the brand expanded further with the launch of a store on Dover Street in Mayfair. In 2014, Wolf & Badger extended its flagship store to include new juice bar Raw Press.
In 2014 the new Wolf & Badger website was named Rakuten Retail Website of the Year in the Good Web Guide Website of the Year Awards  and in 2015 the business acquired Boticca to widen its reach and create a global omni-channel powerhouse for independent brands. Later that year, Wolf & Badger was named by Drapers as Best Multi-Channel Retailer Under £25m.
Since 2017 there has been a Wolf & Badger store in the fashionable SoHo district of New York and in 2018 Wolf & Badger announced its further expansion into a huge new 12,000sqft flagship store in Kings Cross, London.
The company is a "serviced retail" business. Spaces within its stores and online are provided to independent fashion, jewellery, beauty and homeware brands, who act as their own retailers and keep the bulk of sales revenue, as well as gain exposure to press, industry and trade buyers.
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