We are often asked about the origin and background to Green + Benz. Have a look here at the significant dates and events in our timeline.
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The new Pandora Concept store opens in Chesterfield on Low Pavement Street and the Sheffield Pandora store relocates to the central location of Fargate
The Triangle rebrands as ‘The Corn Exchange’ a destination dining area in the city centre and consequently the Manchester store closes
Helen Dimmick completes a Management Buyout
Helen Dimmick is approached by the owners and joined Green + Benz in October 2010
A dedicated Pandora Shop was opened in Orchard Square Sheffield
Green + Benz Chesterfield relocates to Glumangate
The company expanded with a new store in the heart of Manchester, in ‘The Triangle’ shopping centre. All stores now selling the iconic German brands such as Niessing and Henrich + Denzel, fulfilling the demand for modern engagement rings and exceptional jewellery design.
The shop quickly achieved national recognition from the Crafts Council and in 1998 moved to premises in Division Street in the centre of Sheffield, known now as Green + Benz
Green + Benz was established in 1991 when the first shop, then a crafts and jewellery retailer called Uno, was opened in Chesterfield by Shane Green + Julie Benz