Having won multiple awards already this year and notching another year of record turnover and profit, it was no surprise that Beaverbrooks bagged the votes of executives at wholesalers and watch brands.
Continuing its relentless growth, the retailer opened a concession in Next in Edinburgh and will be opening a new store in Westfield, Stratford, at the end of November. It has also refurbished a number of its sites, including its Omega boutique and TAG Heuer shop-in-shop at the Trafford Centre.
But the watch retailer is also giving back. Beaverbrooks donates 20% of post-tax profit to charity, amounting to more than £1.1 million last year. As the second biggest supporter of the Payroll Giving scheme on the high-street, more than 30% of its people donate through payroll giving.
Beaverbrooks says its 97-year-old business has a culture which is inclusive and collaborative where everyone has a part to play in success.
Pictured above: Beaverbrooks buyers Bruce Andrews and Lorna Haddon.