Our Business Model
From humble beginnings in Glasgow, QUIZ has grown into a global womenswear brand.
We believe QUIZ is one of the fastest fasion companies in the world and we pride ourselves on providing our customers with what they want, when they want it. Our flexible model means we can easily adapt to consumer preferences and have multiple routes to market.
Online is the fastest channel for QUIZ.
QUIZ collaborates with third party partners such as Debenhams, House of Fraser and Next/Lipsy and, more recently with Zalando in Europe. Similar to our department store performance, QUIZ is regularly featured amongst the highest performing brands within its partner's portfolios.
As well as launching own language e-commerce websites internationally and expanding relationships with third parties, we will build on the recent successful launches of CURVE and BRIDAL by extending our online product ranges and launching new product categories.
With physical stores representation in more than 20 countries, QUIZ has an established international presence, notably in the Middle East and Far East.
In August 2017, QUIZ opened three standalone stores in Madrid, Spain. This is QUIZ's first standalone stores in mainland Europe.
Our business model incorporates a choice of multiple routes to market. This includes standalone stores, concessions in Cyprus, USA, Central America, China and the Middle East, as well as franchise partners in the Far East.
We operate 70 QUIZ stores in the UK and 7 stores in the Republic of Ireland. These boutique style stores are largely located in central city shopping centres and major out-of-town shopping destinations. Our stores form an integral part of our omni-channel business and act as an extension of our online offering.
In store, staff are equipped with iPads so can easily order in new stock, customers can experience the brand, engage with staff and order additional products (different colour or size, for example) from self-service digital kiosks.
Click and collect is available in all our stores.
We also have 148 concessions in the United Kingdom with 20 in Ireland, primarily with Debenhams and House of Fraser.