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Sandersons appoints head of buying

Independent department store Sandersons has appointed Louise Fearnehough as head of buying. During her seven years with the business, she has worked in the beauty department,… View Article

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Sandersons appoints head of buying

Independent department store Sandersons has appointed Louise Fearnehough as head of buying.

During her seven years with the business, she has worked in the beauty department, headed up the fragrance team and ran the company’s flagship store at Fox Valley in Sheffield. Prior to joining Sandersons, she worked with John Lewis and Debenhams.

In her new role, Fearnehouge will be responsible for the buying strategy for Sandersons’ bricks-and-mortar stores in Fox Valley, Five Stroud and Morpeth. She will also oversee the Sandersons online platform which has grown into a multi-million pound business over the last four years.

Fearnehouge said: “I am absolutely thrilled to be heading up the buying department at Sandersons. I have a deep understanding of our customers in our different locations and have participated in the opening of new stores and the growth of the business. Sandersons reputation has grown significantly and we are known for our beautiful stores with amazing brands which have been curated over the years by the owners.”

Sandersons Boutique co-founder and director Mark Dransfield added: “Louise has been an important part of the Sandersons team for several years and has great instincts for our brand and its customers. We are really pleased that she will now be taking our buying department forward.”

In a further move, Megan Oldfield has been promoted to the position of assistant buyer.

Sandersons has grown its turnover £6.5 million over the last six years and is now eyeing further growth for both its stores and online.

 

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