Robinson’s Shoe Shop

28 Nov

Robinson’s Shoemakers is and has been a family run business since it was established in 1954. We are passionate about shoes and believe in quality materials and excellent customer service. Since we opened five decades ago we have always remained as traditional as possible in both our approach to making and repairing shoes but also our approach selling shoes. 

We believe in a personal service, ensuring customers leave the shop fully informed, properly fitted with a desire to come back again. We apply these same values to our internet sales, offering support throughout the process and well packaged and swiftly dispatched product to wherever in the world we may be lucky enough to receive your custom.

Over the past 50 or so years our business has developed from a traditional Cobblers in St Brides Street Carrickfergus into a business that offers a Bespoke Shoe Making Service, an Irish Brand of Footwear, an Expert Repair Service alongside two Stores offering a full range of quality Ladies and Gents Footwear.

The is a second shop Robinsons2. this store sells shoes to the female market(30+). The are two separate family businesses.

Robinsons 2 sells ladys shoes, repaires men and womens.

Robinsons Shoe Makers sells mens shoes and makes men and ladies shoes.

Project aim:

There is an obvious crossover between the two businesses. They both feed work together on a daily basis, selling, repairing, making men and women shoes. The second business wants to change there name from Robinsons2. Should they come under the Robinson umbrella. Should they merger together and become the one company. or should they be completely split given Robinson 2 a new name.

The challenge is to offer an identity brand solution that best solves the problem.

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