Inspiring confidence for more than 123 years
The Hartt Shoe Company
Founded in 1898, we are a heritage Canadian men's dress shoe company. We honour a proud tradition of quality, handmade footwear that can last a lifetime.
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Siyabulela Mandela: Advice for leaders during difficult times
I had the pleasure of meeting Siyabulela on his speaking tour in Canada. I found myself inspired by our conversation as we connected on his important work and our shared admiration of his grandfather, the great Nelson Mandela. Syabulela is the Country Director with Journalists for Human Rights in South Sudan. His work focuses on strengthening the media in a country that has recently emerged from civil war.
Sir Graham Day: Former CEO of Land Rover and Hartt Shoe Salesperson.
Sir Graham Day, a man whose career started with selling Hartt Shoes in Halifax and led to him to hold positions such as CEO of the Rover Group and British Shipbuilders. Day shares advice on business and style. Learn how to dress like a CEO and Knight.
The Shoe Guys: Frank McKenna on Hartt Shoes and the style of business and politics
For the first article in The Shoe Guys series by the Hartt Shoe Co., we caught up with Frank McKenna, Deputy Chair of the TD Bank Group and former Canadian Ambassador to Washington.
“I’m number two here at the bank,” said McKenna over the phone from his office in downtown Toronto. “We’ve got about 85,000 people working worldwide... Our asset base is worth well over one-trillion dollars and we make close to 12 billion dollars a year.”