Yorkshire-based jewellery brand Notch has announced plans to have nearly 20 premier stores by the new year and be stocked in more than 150 high street shops by the end of 2022.
The brand, which generated more than £1.5m in sales since being founded in 2019, launched its achievement bracelet for shoppers to show their support for charities, sporting achievements and personal milestones.
It was created by Chris Healy and Mike Gibbins who set up the brand to help people wear their achievements on their wrist.
In addition to expanding its presence, the retailers will also be able to offer a personalised engraving service to shoppers in the Lake District and Scotland.
Healy said: “Notch is all about empowering individuals to celebrate and wear their achievements and, with mental and physical well being more important than ever, it’s a great time to be able to expand to the high street.
“Since launching in July 2019, Notch has gone from strength to strength and after two years of focusing on online and in-person sales, we are pleased to be expanding into stores across the country, with big targets to be in more than 150 outlets in the next year.”