The key to our success has always been our passion.
VARNER is one of the largest fashion retailers in Scandinavia. We have nearly 9.000 employees, 6 online stores and 1.200 physical stores in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland.
We are a family owned Norwegian company with a revenue of NOK 11 billion in 2018.
VARNER is a progressive workplace. We thrive on innovative business development with the customer in constant focus. We will strive to be at the forefront of the ever changing business opportunities of our industry.
By combining the best of online and offline worlds, we are creating a truly seamless experience for the consumer through our innovative omnichannel retailing strategy.
Our goal is to become the leading data and tech-driven fashion company in Scandinavia.
This opens up new challenging work areas in our organization.
- Make it easy
Our company’s culture is exceedingly important – no matter where you work in Varner. We strive to ensure that everybody at Varner looks forward to going to work every single day, and make our customers and stores our first priority. Together we can achieve fantastic results!
Our work ethic
- We set bold goals and always aim to improve the lives we touch.
- Teamwork, openness and room for diversity are important factors in our work culture. Bringing together people with different backgrounds and views fuels imagination, makes our products more delightful and our brands and business strategies more powerful.
- We are designing environmental programs and constantly nurturing partnerships in order to make our business more sustainable and to improve the environmental footprint of the fashion retailing industry as a whole.
Read more about our social responsibility efforts.
- Our main office can be found at Slependen, 15 minutes from the Oslo city centre, and is a spacious top modern facility with multiple recreational areas, inspiring interiors, a health-conscious restaurant and a separate café.
See a film about our office here.
Frank Varner opened his first store on Thorvald Meyersgate in Grünerløkka, Oslo, in 1962. The store was named “Frank Varner” and became a huge success. Three years later, yet another store opened in Oslo and another in Trondheim. In 1967, the name Dressmann was launched in connection with a new store opening on Skippergata in Oslo. The rest is history. Dressmann stores subsequently opened at a record pace all over the country.