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Brand: El Corte Ingles.
Despre: "El Corte Inglés is a world leader in large department stores and a benchmark of Spanish distribution.
With more than 70 years' experience, the Group has maintained from the outset a policy of customer service and an ongoing concern with adapting itself to suit the tastes and needs of society.
This has led, in turn, to a policy of diversification and the creation of new business formats.
In addition to the El Corte Inglés department stores, the Group has other chains, such as Hipercor, Opencor, Supercor, Sfera, Telecor, Viajes El Corte Inglés, Bricor, Óptica 2000 and Informática El Corte Inglés, among others.
El Corte Inglés takes its name from a small tailor's shop founded in 1890 and located between Madrid's Preciados, Carmen and Rompelanzas Streets. In 1935, Mr. Ramón Areces Rodríguez, backed by his uncle César Rodríguez, bought the tailor's shop, and this was the start of his entrepreneurial adventure. After the Spanish Civil War, in 1939, he also acquired a property in Madrid's Preciados Street, number 3, converting the ground and first floors and part of the second floor into sales areas. In June 1940, when the business had seven employees in all, Ramón Areces set up the El Corte Inglés company, with his uncle César Rodríguez as shareholder and first chairman of the company.
Between the years 1945 and 1946 the first comprehensive refurbishment of the premises was undertaken, bringing the total sales area up to 2,000 square metres, spread over five floors. This was the beginning of the definitive sales structure by departments typical of a department store. Between 1953 and 1955 the adjacent building at number 5 Preciados was incorporated, effectively doubling the sales area. As time went by a number of extensions and alterations were carried out in order to project a modern image appropriate to the demands and needs of society.
The sixties were key years for the expansion of El Corte Inglés as a department store, with new centres opening in Barcelona, Seville and Bilbao, as well as Madrid, where the number of branches steadily increased, while at the same time the existing ones consolidated with a growing range of products.
From the late 1960s to the mid-1990s, the group experienced major growth, marked by expansion to other provincial capitals and by the diversification of its sales activity, which began to branch out into other lines of business. Thus in 1969 Viajes El Corte Inglés (Travel Agency) was established, ten years later Hipercor was set up, and in 1982 El Corte Inglés acquired the insurance company Centro de Seguros. The decade of the eighties was an intense period that ended with the death of Ramón Areces on 30 July 1989. Over many of the past years, the chairman had been preparing his successor, Isidoro álvarez, who since 1966 had held the position of managing director.
By the time Isidoro álvarez took over the as chairman of El Corte Inglés on 2 August 1989, he knew the business inside out. In 1989, two new companies were set up and started to operate in the insurance branch: On the one hand, Seguros El Corte Inglés, Vida, Pensiones y Reaseguros, and on the other, Seguros El Corte Inglés, Ramos Generales y Reaseguros, S.A. This period of sustained growth culminated in 1995 with the achievement of a major milestone: the acquisition of the properties of Galerías Preciados, the incorporation of 5,200 employees into the workforce and major investments to adapt the acquired assets to the commercial policy and business culture of the group." (Sursa: elcorteingles.eu)