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As one of the world’s largest fashion retailers, H&M offers endless career opportunities. A fast-paced, buzzing environment with great diversity that’s anything but dull – a place where the customer is always the center of attention. But, what truly makes us stand out are our remarkable employees. From stylish Sales Advisors and Visual Merchandisers to computer whizzes and business savvy planners – all our employees share a great ambition and an 'anything-is-possible' attitude. Not to mention an excellent eye for fashion. It’s thanks to them that we have grown – with over 4,300 stores in more than 74 markets worldwide and we are continuing to grow. Come see what's possible for you!
M&S is British value-for-money retailer focused on own label businesses, including Food, Clothing & Home and Bank & Services in the UK and internationally. Today, we operate a family of businesses, selling high-quality, great-value own-brand products in the UK and internationally, from 1,509 stores and over 100 websites globally. Together our 70,000 colleagues across our stores, support centres, warehouses and supply chain serve nearly 30 million customers each year.
RIL is India’s largest private sector company, with a consolidated turnover of INR 622,809 crore ($90.1 billion), cash profit of INR 64,478 Crore ($9.3 billion), and net profit of INR 39,588 crore ($5.7 billion) for the year ended March 31, 2019. Our motto “Growth is Life” aptly captures the ever-evolving spirit of Reliance. Our activities span hydrocarbon exploration and production, petroleum refining and marketing, petrochemicals, retail, and telecommunications. In each of these areas, we are committed to innovation-led, exponential growth. Our vision has pushed us to achieve global leadership in many of our businesses – including our position as the largest polyester yarn and fiber producer in the world. RIL is the topmost ranked company from India to feature in Fortune’s Global 500 list of ‘World’s Largest Corporations’ – currently ranking 106th in terms of both revenues and profits. The company stands 71st in the ‘Forbes Global 2000’ rankings for 2019 – top-most among Indian companies. It ranks 10th among LinkedIn’s ‘The Best Companies to Work For In India’ (2019).
Future Group is the pioneer in the Indian retail sector and focuses on developing and operating modern retail networks, consumer goods brands and logistics networks for the consumption sector in India. Future Group believes in developing strong insights on Indian consumers and building businesses based on Indian ideas, as espoused in the group’s core value of ‘Indianness’. The group’s corporate credo is, ‘Rewrite rules, Retail values’. Future Group operates through its four listed entities –Future Retail Limited, Future Lifestyle Fashions Limited, Future Consumer Limited and Future Enterprise Limited. Collectively, Future Group operates around 18.5 million square feet of retail space in over 240 cities and towns across India and provides direct employment to over 40,000 people. Around 30 million Indians are part of Future Group's loyalty networks.
Trendy Zara is the flagship brand for Europe's fastest-growing apparel retailer, Industria de Diseño Textil (commonly know as Inditex). Zara, the cheap-chic subsidiary of the Spanish fashion giant, runs about 1,485 stores in major cities worldwide, as well as more than 200 Zara Kids shops in some 75 countries. Zara boasts about 50 shops each in the US and Mexico. The chain sells women's, men's, and children's apparel and also offers plus-size and maternity lines to clothe its larger customers. Zara Home, which sells home fashions, has about 270 stores in 25 countries. Zara, launched in 1975, is Inditex's principal chain and accounts for more than 60% of its parent company's sales.
At PUMA, we are in constant pursuit of faster. That extends beyond our support of the fastest athletes in the world. We also work to be fast in how we adapt to and connect with the constantly changing world around us. Through innovative design, iconic footwear and apparel, and authentic partnerships, we aim to always push what’s next in both sport and culture. That hustler’s spirit can be felt across PUMA categories, partnerships, offices, and countries. And we are always in search of talent that can help us set the pace at which sport and culture collide, as well as finding better ways to connect and collaborate with our communities. With over 1000 employees in India, PUMA is headquartered in Bangalore. Being recognized as a Great Place to Work for 3 years in a row reinforces the brand’s people-centric approach. And, we are always in search of talent that can help us set the pace at which sport and culture collide, as well as find better ways to connect and collaborate with our communities.
Founded by Ingvar Kamprad in 1943 as a tiny Swedish mail-order catalog business, today IKEA is a global home furnishing brand that lives in the hearts of the many people. One of the world's top furniture retailers, IKEA sells Scandinavian-style home furnishings and other housewares in about 422 stores in some 50 markets. We are a values-driven company with a passion for life at home. Every product we create is our idea for making home a better place. Even though we’ve come a long way since Ingvar Kamprad founded the IKEA brand, his dream to create a better life for as many people as possible, whatever the size of their wallet, is and will always be our driving force.
A US $48.3 billion corporation, the Aditya Birla Group is in the League of Fortune 500. Anchored by an extraordinary force of over 120,000 employees belonging to 42 nationalities, the Group is built on a strong foundation of stakeholder value creation. With over seven decades of responsible business practices, our businesses have grown into global powerhouses in a wide range of sectors – metals, pulp and fibre, chemicals, textiles, carbon black, telecom and cement. Today, over 50% of Group revenues flow from overseas operations that span 36 countries in North and South America, Africa and Asia. Globally, the Group is #1 in aluminium rolling #1 in viscose staple fibre #1 in carbon black #2 in telecom #3 in cement (excluding China) Fourth largest producer of insulators In India, the Group leads in several sectors #1 fashion (branded apparel) and lifestyle player #1 in viscose filament yarn #1 in grey cement, white cement and concrete A leading player in life insurance and asset management
From our Minneapolis-based headquarters to around 1,800 stores and 35 distribution centers across the U.S., Target offers a world of possibilities in an environment that empowers its team members to innovate and contribute ideas. Join a company that’s focused on moving forward to what’s next while giving back to the communities they serve. Since 1946, Target has given 5 percent of its profit through community grants and programs; today, that giving equals more than $4 million a week. As extended headquarters, nearly every aspect of Target’s business is represented in Bangalore, and a strong connection to HQ means ideas and results flow seamlessly across the globe. The Target in India team works on some of our most important strategies, and also leads our efforts around AI, machine learning, in-house engineering and data science strategies.