‘With its 150 year heritage, Burberry is among the world's most recognised luxury brands.
The brand's democratic positioning allows the company to operate in retail and wholesale channels across the globe.
Our teams design, market and sell a broad range of luxury women's and men's apparel and accessory products,
including the iconic trench coat. As a FTSE listed company, Burberry attracts talented employees from many nations
and diverse backgrounds. Alongside our brand, Burberry's entrepreneurial team is its key asset.'
- Angela Ahrendts, CEO
Burberry is proud to be an Iconic British brand with a global reach, dedicated to creating timeless
style and delivering personalised luxury service. You will always find a warm and genuine welcome when you visit a Burberry
store as a customer, and we want our team to feel the same about their experience working for Burberry. Burberry recruits
individuals who have strong creative talents, an entrepreneurial spirit, and a passion for the Brand. We do half of our
business in wholesale markets and half in our own stores; at every point, Burberry team members uphold the 5 core strategies
of our business and look to the Brand as our Beacon. Such a group of like-minded individuals with diverse skills leads to an
incredibly collaborative, energetic workplace.
Burberry is committed to attracting, retaining and developing world class talent. We offer competitive
performance driven packages including healthcare, a pension, a considerable staff discount and the opportunity to volunteer
with the Burberry Foundation, the Company’s registered charity. Our investment in our executives includes opportunities for
professional development and internal promotions. Proud of a diverse workforce, Burberry recruits purely on the basis of skills
and experience and without regard to sex, race, ethnic origin, nationality, marital status, age, religion, disability or sexual