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The company has also set benchmarks in caring for its employees and the community.
In 2003, its Ready for Work programme, offering work placements to homeless people, was endorsed by Business in the Community for being the UK's biggest employability scheme.
Marks & Spencer also attracted several accolades in 2003/4, including being named World's Leading Retailer 2004 in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for the second year.
It was also ranked by Greenpeace as the top food retailer for its performance on non-GM foods and was awarded the title of 'Most Advanced Supermarket' by Compassion In World Farming in 2003.
Against a difficult trading environment, Marks & Spencer has responded with the introduction of new sub-brands in clothing, a flow of new products in food and the launch of its &more credit card.
It has also focused more energy on the home retailing market with new in-store formats, such as Marks & Spencer Lifestore.
History Marks & Spencer has experience of more than 100 years of retailing, dating back to the formation of the Marks & Spencer partnership in 1894.
Michael Marks was a young Russian refugee who arrived in the North East of England in the 1880s and quickly established a chain of 'penny stalls' across the region.
The company's longstanding reputation for innovation was reinforced when it received The Queen's Award for Enterprise Innovation 2003 for the development of a range of machine washable tailored men's suits.
MARKS & SPENCER is considering dropping its St Michael trademark and signing up designer names in attempt to resuscitate it's ailing fortune.
The chain which has seen its profits drop by 50 per cent this year is looking at the possibility of big-name endorsements.
Tom Spencer was a cashier at the IJ Dewhurst wholesale company.
The new company's penny price point disappeared during World War 1.