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Our story

Brit-brand Loaf makes laid-back furniture for people to kick-off their shoes and lead happier, more relaxed lives. Launched in 2008, the homeware brand has made it their mission to encourage people to enjoy their homes more. The ‘loafing’ ethos has paid off, with rapid growth positioning Loaf as one of the UK’s fastest growing companies
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Having lost a whole Saturday trying to buy a bed, founder Charlie Marshall saw an opportunity to make the shopping experience as quick and hassle-free as possible. So two years, 187 mattress and bed factories later, Loaf was born. The predominantly online store launched with a select range of 12 beautifully made beds and just one perfect mattress. The quest for world domination as emperors of comfy didn’t stop there! Today they cover the entire home from squishy sofas through to cabinetry, lighting and soft furnishings.


The ever-growing team (a.k.a The Loafers) is now 155+ strong. To achieve Marshall’s expansion goals, Loaf’s first retail destination called the ‘Loaf Shack’ opened in October 2015 in London’s Battersea running alongside the online offering. There are now seven awesome laid-back Loaf Shacks across Blighty; Battersea, Notting Hill, Spitalfields, Guildford, Wilmslow, Solihull and St Albans.


And that's Loaf in a nutshell!
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What is it like to work at LOAF?

3.8
Work/Life Balance
3.1
Salary/Benefits
3.0
Job Security/Advancement
3.1
Management
3.5
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at LOAF?

45%
of employees approve of CEO’s performance
CEO Approval is based on 11 ratings
4.0
fun place, good people!
Written by Showroom Assistant (Current Employee) from Notting Hill on 9 January 2017
people are generally good, management take care of their staff because they know that happy build good relationship clients.
Pros
free lunches
Cons
salary could be higher
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