Renova’s business is based on brand loyalty.
The company has become synonymous with the brand in the past decade, having established its reputation as a go-to for stylish clothes and accessories.
In 2013, the brand received a big boost when its latest product, the Zappos bag, went on sale.
With the bag, the company established itself as a fashion powerhouse.
Now, the new design is expected to attract shoppers who want to get a feel for its latest releases, as well as attract customers who are looking for an upgrade from the previous model.
The refurbishment comes as part of a larger expansion plan, which is expected in the near future, as Renova aims to add another 50,000 square feet of retail space to its already large headquarters.
The Renova store on Oxford Street in London (Getty Images) While the refurbished Renova is no longer a staple for shoppers, the refurbishing is a step forward in the company-wide transformation to a more sustainable business model.
Renova was founded in 1894 and was bought by British textile conglomerate Woolworths in 1998.
The clothing and accessories company, which manufactures products such as T-shirts, trousers and scarves, was founded by George and Caroline Woolworth, who were keen to expand their business.
Renova began as a clothing retailer, but has since grown to be one of the largest clothing brands in the UK, with more than 8,500 stores in the United Kingdom.
The current flagship store on the corner of Oxford Street and Waterloo Street in the London borough of Hackney has been refurbished, but will remain open as a “stay-at-home” store.
Woolworths is one of several companies looking to modernize its operations.
Other companies that are taking a more proactive approach include Ikea, which has announced plans to renovate several of its stores in China, and J.
Crew, which plans to build a brand-new store in Singapore in 2018.
In September, the British fashion retailer Aldi announced plans for a brand new store in Shanghai that would be “designed to be a truly global destination.”
This could mean more jobs, more money and even more money in the pockets of the workers who make up the majority of the workforce in China.