Blundstone Australia enters a three year partnership with the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.
As a response to the flood crisis in NSW and Queensland, Blundstone has donated 1,130 pairs of boots to support communities affected and clean-up efforts.
Blundstone recently embarked on its first partnership with popular renovation series, House Rules High Stakes. The series saw eight new teams transforming a high-rise penthouse above a 32-story building in the Gold Coast, the program’s toughest challenge yet.
At Blundstone, we value our people for the skill and contribution they make to our business. In celebration of International Women’s Day this Sunday 8 March, we asked Rachel Lash and Jo Moran from our executive team, what it means to them to be a leader in our business.
Blundstone CEO, Steve Gunn talks about the recent wave of Blundstone's success over the past few years.
From Chelsea Boots to Work Boots, he talks about how the brand has grown globally in recent years and plans to keep momentum this year in its 150th anniversary along with the years ahead. With availability now in selected retailers and a strong brand loyalty that it aims to retain as it grows, Gunn mentions the brand has no complacency - “staying true to our distribution partners, retailers and consumers—those who have helped us get to where we are—is critical to how we go forward. We need to prioritize that over rapid growth. It’s served us well so far.”
Find out more about what Blundstone might have planned in coming years and read the full interview at https://footwearplusmagazine.com/2019/12/qa/rocking-and-rolling/
Our thoughts are with everyone who has been impacted by the ongoing bushfire crisis in Australia.
The efforts of those on the front line and in recovery situations is extraordinary and yet we cannot ignore the devastating loss of life, homes and livelihood.