Bestseller A/S

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Headquarters: Denmark
Type: company (private/public)
Organisation values: hard-working, take nothing for granted, business-minded, loyal, co-operative, want to see results, honest, simple solutions, keep our promises, want to be the best our values
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BESTSELLER describes itself as a family company, which is designing fashion under the following brands:

Bestseller itself does not ´own production sites, but works together with contracted suppliers. (Source: Imprint and our brands)

Bestseller defines their responsibility towards people, environment and animals in a (very short) code of conduct:

Es ist uns wichtig, dass die Arbeitnehmer der Produktionsstätten unter menschenwürdigen Bedingungen arbeiten und dass die Umwelt durch die Herstellung unserer Produkte nicht belastet wird. Wir verwenden ausschließlich tierische Naturprodukte, die ethisch vertretbar gewonnen wurden, wir verzichten auf Pelzverarbeitung.
Important to us are humane working conditions and that there is no environmental load through our production. We exclusively use natural animal products that have been produced ethically justifiable, we abstain from processing animal fur.

Source: Imprint, own translation

Founded by Troels Holch Povlsen. Today, Bestseller is owned by the Holch Polvsen family, CEO is Anders Holch Povlsen. There is also Bestseller Fashion Group China, which is an independent company partly owned by the Holch Povlsen family. (Source) Anders Holch Povlsen and his wife Astrid have lost 3 of their 4 children to one of the bomb attacks in Colombo, Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday 2019. Anders Holch Povlsen counts as the richest Dane in 2019, according to Forbes.


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