At Dune London, women are critical to our global business success.


We champion women from day one, giving them the tools, support and opportunities to help them thrive and reach their potential, whatever area of the business they choose to work in. From the shop floor to the boardroom, women are key drivers in making our business an inspiring place to work, helping lay the foundations for the next generation of trail blazers.


To celebrate International Women's Day 2020, we asked six of our staff to dispense their top career tips and to reveal what it's like to work at Dune London. We're taking notes...



Tazbia Kazury

I'm Taz and I work in the Accounts department. I look after our suppliers and make sure everyone is paid on time.


What do you love most about working for Dune London?

I love the people. My team are like family - I've worked with them for five years. I get to meet people from all parts of the business, and it means that I'm always learning new things.


What advice would you give to any woman taking the first steps in their career?

Do what you love. If you're happy then you'll be successful and will thrive. And never be afraid to speak up - who knows what your ideas can bring.



Cécile Delforge

I'm Cécile and I'm the IT Director here at Dune London.


What do you love most about working for Dune London?

I'm surrounded by great, passionate people. We all work very collaboratively and it's easy to make great things happen.


What advice would you give to any woman taking the first steps in their career?

My advice is to always be yourself and if someone offers you a job which sounds too challenging or sits outside of your comfort zone, just go for it. It will be the best decision you ever make.




Ellyn Bramley

I'm Ellyn and I'm a HR Business Partner at Dune.


What do you love most about working for Dune London?

It's all about the people. My team are so supportive and passionate and have a great sense of humour - we belly laugh at least once a day.


What advice would you give to any woman taking the first steps in their career?

A practical piece of advice would be to build a network with others within the industry. If you don't get that job, make sure you add your interviewer on LinkedIn because you never know what's going to happen in the future.




Debra Bloom

I'm Debra Bloom, the Ladies Global Buying Director at Dune London.


What do you love most about working for Dune London?

What I love most about working for Dune London is the creative and collaborative environment. There are no right or wrong ideas - it's all about mixing them up and refining them into something which is perfect for the customer. The whole process is incredibly rewarding.


What advice would you give to any woman taking the first steps in their career?

Work hard and do everything with grace and a sense of humour.



Lauren Wallace Clark

I'm Lauren and I am the footwear designer for Dune Ladies.


What do you love most about working for Dune London?

For me, it's the people. I've been lucky enough to fall into a job where I'm surrounded by extremely talented people that both push and support me to be the best I can be as a designer.


What advice would you give to any woman taking the first steps in their career?

We work in an industry which is based on opinion. Don't be discouraged by other people's views. Find your style, believe in your ideas and most importantly, believe in yourself.




Elsie Thompson

I'm Elsie and I'm the Store Manager at Oxford Street East.


What do you love most about working for Dune London?

One of my favourite things about working for Dune London is that we are recognised and rewarded for our hard work. I've been with the company for fifteen years and have loved working here.


What advice would you give to any woman taking the first steps in their career?

My advice for the next generation of women starting their careers would be to be open about their ambitions and goals. You never know who will help you to achieve them.



Here's to raising women up on International Women's Day and every day.


Find out more about International Women's Day www.internationalwomensday.com

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