Edinburgh Woollen Mill

Edinburgh Woollen Mill

Infobox Company
company_name = The Edinburgh Woollen Mill Ltd
company_type = Private Limited Company (Ltd)
foundation = 1947
location = Langholm, Scotland, UK
key_people = Drew Stevenson (Founder), David Stevenson (First Chairman, Proprietor of first retail store), Philip Day (Chief Executive)
area_served = United Kingdom
industry = Retail
products = Clothing, gifts and souvenirs
UK National store count = 314 (192 EWM Branded)
revenue =
operating_income =
net_income =
num_employees =
parent = The Edinburgh Woollen Mill (Group) Ltd
subsid =
homepage = http://www.ewm.co.uk/
footnotes =
The Edinburgh Woollen Mill is a Langholm based clothing retailer targeting men and women over the age of 40. [ [http://www.edinburghwoollenmill.themedialounge.com/press_release.htm Edinburgh Woollen Mill ] ]


The Edinburgh Woollen Mill was founded in 1946 by Drew Stevenson as the Langholm Dyeing and Finishing Company, dyeing wool yarn to order. Drew’s eldest Son David, until recently, the chairman of the EWM Group, opened the first retail store in Randolph Place, Edinburgh in 1970. In 1972 the first England store was opened in Carlisle. Having been owned by several equity holdings over the previous decade the company was bought out by the newly formed EWM Group and was then subject to a secondary, management takeover in 2002, led by the now chief executive, Phillip Day.

Retail Branches

The Edinburgh Woollen Mill (Group) Ltd Owns 314 stores in the UK, comprising:
*192 EWM branded stores.
*94 stores under individual local fascias, with product ranges heavily weighted towards locally themed gifts and souvenirs
*28 Sites selling all of the groups concepts under individual fascias


* [http://www.ewm.co.uk/Company%20Info/Company%20Profile/company_profile.htm EWM company profile]
* [http://www.ewm.co.uk/Company%20Info/Company%20History/company_history.htm EWM company History]

External links

* [http://www.ewm.co.uk/ The Edinburgh Woollen Mill website]

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