SECRETSALES.com launched in July 2007 with the aim to become the UK’s online home of designer sales. The company launches short online sales of designer brands to a registered community of 5 million customers only. With over 80% of sales on mobile, the company has become a pioneering platform for helping brands to rapidly clear excess inventory.
In 2013 the company was selected as one of the Future Fifty brightest technology companies in Britain and has won a number of prestigious awards over the years. In 2017 SECRETSALES was acquired by Excalibur Holdings, an Exponent Private Equity company, which is the UK’s largest daily deals and flash sales group. Today the company is headquartered in Aldgate East in East London.
The company has worked with over 1600 designer brands ranging from luxury fashion, accessories, footwear, kidswear, beauty, home and electronics. The desirability of products is key and we look for brands that resonate with UK consumers and offer genuinely exciting products or prices.
We value the relationships we build with our partner brands and know that making your life easier when it comes to managing your excess inventory is our paramount concern. We support our sales with engaging content and creative imagery, all produced by our talented in-house teams. Importantly, we are building a tremendous amount of insights into how UK customers shop our sales and are able to share those trends with you. Most crucially, we want to create an inspiring shopping experience for our customers as well as help build the integrity of your brand.
If you want to work with the fastest-growing flash sales website in the UK please contact the buying team at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We want to make things as simple as possible for our suppliers, finding the best solution for their excess stock. But we pride ourselves on the fact we’re so much more than just a clearance platform. We work hard to create the right online environment for your brand to sit within through impressive editorial created by our in-house team.
In a nutshell, here’s how it works: