Bottega Veneta Application
It emerges from Italy as a subsidiary in the fashion industry and owned by Kering. They started in 1966 and currently generate revenue close to $950 billion annually. As it is a luxury brand collective store, the pay scale is also quite above par starting from $15.5 per hour for part-time job positions like sales associates. The full-time managerial positions offer around $48,000 for merchandise associate, $85,000 for store manager and $1,25,000 for chief financial officer. Thus, it is a good start of fashion savvy employment seeking people. The work environment is also classy and chic with strict customer service and first impression.
By applying Bottega Veneta you may join Bottega Veneta’s family. At the same time you will be able to look for Bottega Veneta job postings and apply to any notices you like.
Open Positions: Sales Associate, Cashier, Merchandise Handler, Stock Room Associate, Keyholder, Maintenance Technician, Assistant Store Manager, General Store Manager
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INVESTING IN TALENT
At Bottega Veneta people embody a philosophy of individuality and confidence accepting to stand fully behind the product defending it all times. Socially responsible and proud to ensure the brand’s future, we have strong sentiment for the culture and traditions of our Italian heritage, and work confidently to preserve them.
As a global employer with offices in Milan and Vicenza, Italy, we offer opportunities throughout regions in Europe, the Americas, Asia, Australia and Japan.
Available Positions at Bottega Veneta: Sales Associate, Cashier, Merchandise Handler, Stock Room Associate, Keyholder, Maintenance Technician, Assistant Store Manager, General Store Manager
Bottega Veneta History
Bottega Veneta was established in 1966 by Michele Taddei. The name Bottega Veneta means “Venetian shop” and the company was begun to produce artisanal leather goods. The company’s artisans developed a leather-weaving technique, called “intrecciato”, that remains a signature of the brand.
Over time Bottega Veneta’s renown grew, thanks to the quality of its craftsmanship and the appeal of its discreet, no-logo design. In the 1970s, the company began advertising with the tag line “When your own initials are enough”. By the early 1980s, Bottega Veneta was a favorite of the international jet set. Andy Warhol, who did his Christmas shopping in the New York boutique, made a short film for the company in 1980s. Renzo Zengiaro left Bottega Veneta in the late 1970s. Michele Taddei departed a few years later. Vittorio and Laura Moltedo (Laura had previously been married to Taddei) moved from New York to Vicenza to run the company. Over time, Bottega Veneta’s fortunes declined and, by the 1990s, the brand had abandoned its understated ethos and ventured into more trend-driven fashion territory.