We believe that together, through our daily actions, we can create a more sustainable future for people and the planet. That’s why we’re committed to buying better and inspiring change, so you can do the same: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ1sB
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Did you know that we are the UK’s first retailer to up-cycle our coffee cups and reprocess them into our iconic yellow shopping bags?
In a bid to make drinking water more accessible and turn the tide on plastic pollution in our oceans, we’ve unveiled our first public water fountain outside our new entrance on Duke Street at Selfridges London. If you have a reusable water vessel (we salute you!), then don’t forget to refill it at the most Instagrammable water fountain in town next time you’re at Selfridges
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We wouldn’t be recognised as the Best Department Store in the World (for the fourth year running) without our team members who create extraordinary experiences for our customers.
In preparation for World Oceans Day celebrations on June 8th, 60 Selfridges team members came together with our Project Ocean partners Zoological Society London, and Thames21 as part of their Volunteering Day to complete a beach clean and conduct some "citizen science." We successfully cleared 145 bin bags of rubbish, mostly wet wipes (record set at 120 wet wipes found in a single square metre of beach). Moral(s) of the story: 1. Please do not flush wet wipes and cotton buds down the loo! 2. Go #OneLess - there are a plethora of water refill points in a number of locations across the UK (including outside our new entrance on London, Duke Street) we can all use a little less single-use plastic. For more information on Project Ocean click here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQKUV
We're hosting our very first Selfridges Careers Week across ALL locations. It's a week-long programme of inspiring talks and workshops designed to support professional and personal development. Stay tuned for updates throughout the week.
As we celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women this International Women's Day we reflect on the work our Founder, Harry Gordon Selfridge, did to provide equal opportunities for women. Selfridges was a huge supporter of the suffragettes, we opened our first store in London just as the movement gained momentum in 1909. Harry focused much of his attention on women from all social classes. Our store was the first to have women’s toilets, permitting them to stay all day instead of having to go home. He even championed women’s suffrage at a time when they fought to win women the right to vote in Britain. He flew their flag above the shop, published ads in their newspapers, and carried items in their colours. Today, Selfridges continues to support causes it believes in today. #IWD2018 #PressForProgress
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