Pull&Bear started up in 1991 with a clear international mission and with the intention of dressing young people who are engaged with their environment, who live in the community and relate to each other. Young people who have a casual dress sense, who shun stereotypes and who want to feel good in whatever they are wearing. To meet their needs, Pull&Bear takes the latest international trends, mixing them with the influences that are seen on the street and in the most fashionable clubs, and reworks them according to their style thus turning them into comfortable and easy to wear garments.
Pull&Bear evolves at the same pace as its customer, always watching out for new technologies, social movements and the latest artistic or musical trends. All of this can be seen reflected not only in its designs but also in stores. Inspired by the legendary Californian city of Palm Springs, the product lines are constantly being updated. All stores worldwide receive new merchandise twice a week.
Belonging to the Inditex Group (Zara, Pull&Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho, Zara Home and Uterqüe), Pull&Bear is present in 76 markets through a network of more than 970 stores and the online store.
Under our UES DITEX (economic and social unit of Inditex) standards in France and in accordance with the new applicable regulations in France, the 2019 index score used to measure professional equality between women and men within the company stands at 98 points out of 100.
We are always looking for people who love to learn and who believe in what they are doing, who have the right attitude. The Pull&Bear corporate culture is based on team work, open communication and high standards. These principles are the basis of our personal commitment with the task of focusing on our clients' satisfaction.
Pull&Bear offers their employees a dynamic and international environment where their ideas are valued and internal promotion is a reality. A great percentage of the management team began working in the stores. We also believe in employee stability and continuous training. Interested in working with us? What are you waiting for!
If you wish to find out about all our job offers both in central services and in stores, or if you would simply like to send us your curriculum vitae,
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Since 1995, Pull&Bear has based its international expansion on a combination of corporate and franchise stores. Through the MASTER FRANCHISE system, it has opened points of sale in Andorra, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Estonia, Georgia, Guatemala, Honduras, Indonesia, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Malaysia, Malta, Morocco, Nicaragua, Panama, the Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Slovenia, Thailand, Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates, Venezuela and Vietnam.
With exception to this MASTER FRANCHISE formula, the Pull&Bear stores in Albania, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Slovakia, Spain, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong SAR , Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Luxembourg, Macao SAR , Macedonia, Mexico, Montenegro, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Romania, Russia, Serbia, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan,China, Turkey and Ukraine are standalone and there is no option of obtaining a franchise of our chain.
Each Pull&Bear MASTER FRANCHISE avails of an exclusive geographic area in which to develop its own stores. There is no possibility of granting sub-franchises to third parties or to wholesalers.
The typical profile of a MASTER FRANCHISE is a company with experience in retail distribution, preferably in fashion, with sufficient financial and management capacity to achieve the optimum development of Pull&Bear stores in the franchise area.
Pull&Bear bases its international success on maintaining its personality in all the markets where it is present. For this end, all aspects related to its image must be consistent with the chain directives: store location and area, its decoration, personnel dealing with the public and merchandising.
Pull&Bear stores must be located in the main streets or shopping centres in urban centres. The standards of points of sale are about 750 metres squared, with a 18-metre facade and a 4.5-metres overhead height.
Before the business opening, Pull&Bear and the franchised company will design together a market expansion plan, which will be updated throughout the life of the contract following the new developments that may arise regarding implementation objectives. Pull&Bear will provide the franchisee with all the necessary elements for the opening of each store, and during the life of the business will assist the franchisee with the people and knowhow necessary to guaranty the good evolution of the store or stores in the market.
Each season, Pull&Bear Spain will make an initial dispatch of merchandise or someone from the franchise will come to select articles for its market. Subsequently, Pull&Bear Spain will send electronically a range of articles that are available in the Central Warehouse twice a week, which will continue throughout the campaign. Orders will be received by the franchisee under C.I.F conditions, in a time period of between 2 and 4 days in any part of the world.
The furnishing and real estate investment, administration, finances, personnel, legal aspects, etc. will be managed by the franchisee itself.
The financial conditions, sale prices, cost prices and royalties are analysed for each specific case, depending on the specific aspects of each market.
Information about the company:
ITX RS DOO BEOGRAD
Registration number: 20044896
With registered address : Milutina Milankovića 9đ, Belgrade-New Belgrade, Republic of Serbia
Telephone number: (011) 202 3405
E-mail address to which the consumer can address a complaint: email@example.com
Information on complaints and alternative dispute resolution:
The consumer has access to out-of-court mechanisms to resolve potential consumer disputes. In accordance with the Law on Consumer Protection, the trader is obliged to participate in the procedure of out-of-court settlement of consumer disputes.