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The Cambridge Satchel Company’s co-founder has ambitious expansion plans at home and abroad after securing investment.
When John Walden arrived at Argos as managing director two years ago this month he was a complete unknown in British retail.
Burberry’s chief creative officer will also take on the chief executive role next year, but will his fashion pedigree be enough to keep investors happy?
The food industry leader may seem an unusual choice for triathlon etailer Wiggle, but success in a competitive sector and a reputation for innovation will serve him well.
The founder of clothing site Farfetch has been capitalising on his love of fashion and technology for almost 20 years and has set his sights on further expansion in the US.
Kate Bostock, the former clothing boss at Marks & Spencer, is to join Coast next month as chief executive. Retail Week takes a look at the career of one of the biggest names in fashion.
After cutting her teeth at the family firm, the Matalan heiress is making a name for herself in luxury after buying Fenn Wright Manson and now Nicole Farhi.
Ikea China country manager Gillian Drakeford has been appointed to head up the retailer in the UK and Ireland. Retail Week takes a look at the Ikea lifer.
“It’s been 18 years since I started in the basement of Marylebone Road [Carphone Warehouse’s original base]. We have been on an incredible journey,” Andrew Harrison told analysts last week.
The new chief of Achica.com brings experience from some of the industry’s biggest names after making the jump from accountancy.
Morrisons’ new own-label clothing range Nutmeg could rival the other supermarkets’ fashion brands, says the grocer’s first commercial director of clothing.
Halfords will be relying on the marketer’s customer understanding to help it emphasise its service appeal.