About the Company
Foot Locker is a premier global athletic footwear and apparel retailer. Its shops offer the newest in athletic-inspired performance products, constructed mainly by the premier athletic design companies. Foot Locker offers products for a broad kind of activities. The Direct-to-Customers segment encompassing Eastbay, Inc., sells to patrons by mail order and online. The Foot Locker brand is the business’s primary emblem. On November 5, 2008, the business acquired CCS from dELiA*s, Inc. The acquired business was a direct-to-customer store that deals skateboard gear, clothes, shoes and accessories through mail order and the Internet. It has its head office in New York City, and functioning in roughly 20 nations worldwide. Formerly renowned as Venator Inc., it is the successor corporation to F.W. Woolworth, and numerous of its freestanding shops are former Woolworth’s positions.
Woolworth also diversified its portfolio of specialty shops in the 1980s, encompassing Afterthoughts, to the Reflections, and Champs Sports. By 1989, the company was pursuing an aggressive scheme of multiple specialty shop formats aimed at shopping g centers. The concept was that if a specific concept failed at a given shopping centre, the company could rapidly restore it with a distinct concept. The business aimed for 10 stores in each of the country’s foremost buying shopping centers, but this not ever came to reality as Woolworth did not evolve that many thriving specialty store formats.
Encompassing basketball, running, and training shoes. Its 1,911 stores are established in 21 countries encompassing 1,171 in the States, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin isles, and Guam, 129 in Canada, 518 in Europe, and a combined 93 in Australia and New Zealand. The household shops have a mean of 2,400 trading square feet and the international shops have 1,500 selling rectangle feet.
Minimum Age To Work:
You must be 18 years to apply for a job at Foot Locker
Mon-Sat: 10:00am-9:00pm; Sun: 11:00am-6:00pm
- Providing communities supporting business
- Engage in international business
- Involve in network of retail, warehouse, and distribution
- Parent company for several retail brands
- Hires entry level staff
- Health benefits
- Financial planning benefits
- Employment benefits