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Porsche Design (Porsche Lizenz- und Handelsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG), based in Ludwigsburg, Germany, was founded in November 2003 as a majority-owned subsidiary of Porsche AG to combine Porsche AG's and Porsche Design Group's accessories and licensing business into one single company. The company's activities are focused on the Porsche Design Studio (since 2015 Studio F. A. Porsche) in Zell am See, Austria, which works also for other companies in the field of industrial and product design, and the "Porsche Design" and "Porsche Driver's Selection" brands.

Following a corporate reorganisation in 2007, Porsche Design Group is now owned by Porsche SE. Originally, there were five independently operated companies with two different brands: "Porsche Design/Design by F.A. Porsche" and "Porsche Selection".

An angry customer said this in a review "Porsche Design products are marginal quality, priced about 3X anything reasonable and there is NO SERVICE AT ALL. Place an order and WAIT. You will not be notified of shipping. You will not be notified of anything. Your ONLY option is to email them, or call them, for a tracking number or wait a few weeks while they discover they lost your order. They will not notify of that either, but many of us, after spending many hundreds of dollars on five or six dollars worth of bling start to wonder...weeks later...where's my stuff? Gotta call them to find out. The clothes are not stylish, low quality, OVERPRICED by about 10X, and deliver takes your own superhuman effort to accomplish. But it does say "Porsche" on some items, and that's cool. Frankly, I have about 4 Porsche Design T-Shirts now....and I will never go back."

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Key Holder/Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"This is a good job to have on the side if you are at a high volume store where you can get a lot of commission. Other stores get very few visitors a day, fewer of which would actually buy something. I would get maybe $100 added to my paycheck every month from the commission, so don't be fooled by that. The pay structure for it was weird and inconsistent as well. Speaking of weird and inconsistent, training did not exist and different people would tell you different things about the way the store is run. You would get informed of things in a roundabout way, which is very frustrating if you are trying to help customers or fellow coworkers. We would have random sales that would extend far beyond normal, and our merchandise, under new management, had a colorful mid-life crisis that did not match the rest of the store's aesthetic. Additionally, there is a lot of favoritism in the company that did not strike me as professional. It seemed like people were promoted from within but not from merit as much as because someone higher up liked someone else lower down. Of course, you can "like" people for a variety of reasons in no way related to the quality of their work. If you are conscientious in any way, this isn't the job for you. Things are run so incompetently and without concern for others that what would be a typical retail job becomes emotionally and physically draining.Great coworkersCareless management, confusing marketing tactics"

Key Holder (Former Employee) says

"No team effort. Really needs to focus of the environment of giving Luxury Service and Professionalism. All staff needs to keep cell phones off the sales floor."

Regional Manager, Sales (Former Employee) says

"Great Brand potential, however product and management are lacking. Salaries aren’t competitive and only sales associates with no drive stay, the good ones leave once they realize where they are. Product is going down every year, stores closing every year They are missing the boat totally.Working for a great name BrandProduct and top executives"

Sales Professional (Former Employee) says

"If you like inventory and like selling little things then this company is for you. Management was poor and put lots of stress on to the team when the boutique has a slow day."

Store Manager (Current Employee) says

"Porsche design consider as high end brand so your customers are limited. That makes the job environment so peaceful and relax. most important of your job is to sell more and make a customer to come back and shop with this brand again."

Operations & Sales (Former Employee) says

"No one wants to take a risk, out of fear of looking stupid, or angering higher management. which leads to stagnation and finger pointing, which in turn is reflected in local employee bickering"

ASSISTANT MANAGER (Former Employee) says

"The store manager literally does not live in the same state. She lives several states away, in fact. Any small, luxury boutique that thinks it can survive without the presence of leadership and management is delusional."

Doc Moore says

"Products are marginal quality, priced about 3X anything reasonable and there is NO SERVICE AT ALL. Place an order and WAIT. You will not be notified of shipping. You will not be notified of anything. Your ONLY option is to email them, or call them, for a tracking number or wait a few weeks while they discover they lost your order. They will not notify of that either, but many of us, after spending many hundreds of dollars on five or six dollars worth of bling start to wonder...weeks later...where's my stuff? Gotta call them to find out. The clothes are stylish, low quality, OVERPRICED by about 10X, and deliver takes your own superhuman effort to accomplish. But it does say "Porsche" on some items, and that's cool. Frankly, I have about 4 Porsche Design T-Shirts now....and I will never go back. Easier to hire someone to make it."

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