Search jobs


Alt-Berg Alt-Berg bootmakers have been making boots at their factory in Richmond, North Yorkshire, England since 1989. Richmond, North Yorkshire is an ancient market town - the 'Mother of all Richmonds' - Richmond Castle which still dominates the town, overlooks the largest cobbled market place in England, was built shortly after the Norman conquest in 1066. Richmond has a strong tradition of craft guilds dating back to medieval times.

Website: Alt-Berg


Barratts Barratts Shoes is a trading name of Stylo Barratt Shoes Ltd, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Stylo plc, based in Bradford, West Yorkshire. Currently operating out of nearly 200 stores across the United Kingdom and Ireland, Barratts is the UK's second largest independent shoe retailer. We aim to offer our customers fantastic footwear ranges which represent great value for money for all the family.

Website: Barratts


Schuh Schuh is at the leading edge of the UK fashion footwear industry and is widely recognised as one of the most innovative independent footwear retailers, not only on the high street but online too. With over 100 brands in stock Schuh has something for everyone with a passion for fashion footwear.

Website: Schuh


Office Office has gained a reputation for originality in its approach to shoe retailing. Uninhibited by the creative constraints imposed by the larger multiples, Office has always managed to effectively marry originality to commerciality in both product and store design. Both the men's and women's ranges encompass the whole style spectrum, from designer to sports. Own label designs offer affordable yet directional fashion, reflecting the massive legacy of a company founded on London style.

Website: Office


Jones Jones is the story of family business, which began in 1857 when Alfred Jones and his wife Emma opened their first footwear shop in Londonís Bayswater. Conditions were much harder than today with opening hours from 8am to 8pm, except on Saturday when the shop was open until midnight.

Website: Jones

Back to:
British Companies