Group News: Careers

  1. Group opens first store in Bostwana


    The Group first stepped foot into the Africa retail market in 2011 opening a Cotton On store in the Clearwater Mall of Johannesburg. The region quickly became one of the fastest growing markets for the business’s store footprint reaching 170 stores across South Africa and Namibia by the end of 2018.

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  2. Cotton On Foundation projects manager speaks at The Cool Careers Conference during VAMFF


    Sarah Spiker shares her experience within the philanthropic section of fashion

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  3. How small business can flourish in big business


    How the Cotton On Group is encouraging entrepreneurial spirit in its employees.

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  4. Pathways for career growth – Group features on Fashion Journal


    Whether it is the shop floor, our global headquarters or international support centers, the opportunities for career growth and development are endless at the Cotton On Group.

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  5. The Changing Face of Retail


    There’s a common misconception that a job in retail starts and ends on the shop floor. Or that working in the industry is merely a ‘rite of passage’ young people must traverse while studying at school or university.

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  6. Tatum’s 17 year journey with the Group


    Tatum Thirgood is one of the Cotton On Group’s longest-standing team members. From her beginnings in one of the first stores in Australia to visual merchandising across the USA, Tatum has seen the business grow from humble beginnings to more than 1,500 stores in 19 countries.

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  7. Supre Inspires Students


    For the last few months, Supre's Visual Merchandising team has been working with 16 university students to create a window display that represents the brand.

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  8. Retail Academy Wins Best Design


    What do you get when you combine over 300 videos and 250 learning modules? A national award and one very happy team. 

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  9. Global Talent Quest


    As the Cotton On Group sets its sights on continuing its rapid expansion, the retailer is embarking on an international hunt to fill 236 newly created roles.

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  10. Recruiting A Christmas Army: 5000 Join The Cotton On Group’s Global Workforce


    For the retail industry, the Christmas season is the key trade period for the year. The Australian Retailers Association predicts over AUD$45 billion will be spent in 2014 by Australian consumers in the weeks leading up to December 25.

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