For almost two centuries, Brooks Brothers was the model for the pure American style. The name Brooks Brothers has become synonymous with a certain kind of classic elegance that presents itself both stylish and impeccable. Even though fashion is in a state of flux, Brooks Brothers have shown that the desire for quality and good taste has remained unchanged. On April 7, 1818, Henry Sands Brooks opened a small clothing store on the corner of Catherine and Cherry Street in New York City. Brook's dedication to maintaining a high standard of quality, value and customer service, combined with a commitment to staying up-to-date without compromise, has established the dominance of tailoring on the American marketplace and his collective imagination. As the oldest retail salesman, Brooks Brothers was a rejuvenator of many of today's classic styles, such as the ready-made suit, the button-down shirt and the corduroy tie. His list of clients ranges from Abraham Lincoln to John F. Kennedy to Katherine Hepburn, Fred Astaire and Andy Warhol, making Brooks Brothers more than an icon in the fashion world. For generations of men, women and youth, the name Brooks Brothers - and it still means today - meant a certain way of life.
- To serve the customer in the best way
- Experience in the field of fashion is an advantage
- Excellent English language skills (other foreign languages of great advantage).
- Strong interpersonal leadership skills and teamwork
- Active and reliable
- Employees in a dynamic sales team to increase the turnover of the branch
- Responsible execution of tasks in the business (control of goods and warehousing, general organization of the business and Cash management activity)
- Guarantee that business policies and standards are always maintained and actively promoted.