334-348 Oxford Street, London, United Kingdom.www.debenhams.com
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Debenhams Oxford Street Exploration
Debenhams Oxford Street is a store of Debenhams
Plc. on the Oxford Street, City of Westminster, London, which is a public Limited
international retail brand. The operations of the brand are performed under a departmental store. It was founded in 1778. The founder of the company was William Clark. The headquarters of the company is in London, England, United Kingdom. Two of the main subsidiaries of the company are Debenhams Ireland
and Magasin du Nord.
There are several different products which are contained in the portfolio of the company such as toys, fashion clothing for Men
as well as women, gifts, men and women shoes, electrical, accessories, home appliances, beauty products, lingerie, furniture and cosmetics.
It is available at 240 stores in 28 countries all over the world. It is available online in 70 countries of the world. It is the largest online retailer in the United Kingdom according to the customer traffic. The total count of the employees of the company as of 2012 is approximately 30,000. The company is also registered on the London Stock Exchange for public trading and is also a constituent of FTSE 250 Index. Debenhams received Multichannel Retailer of the Year award in the year 2012. The company also offers Online Customer Service, by which customers can take information regarding terms and conditions, delivery of products, etc. There are about 175 store of the company, which are located in Denmark, Ireland and the United Kingdom.
Initially the founder opened a drapers store within London. In the year 1813, the name of the company was changed to Clark & Debenham, when William Debenham became the partner. The second store of the company was opened in the year 1818 in Cheltenham. In the year 1851, the name of the company was again changed to Debenham and Freebody as Clement Freebody became the new partner. Later it was in the year 1905 that the company was unified as Denhams Limited.