As creative editor Nicola works across Retail Week's core content team, marketing solutions team Connect and the brand's live market intelligence tool Prospect, aimed at technology suppliers. In this role she helps lead Retail Week's creative digital content strategy across all teams.
Nicola regularly chairs panels and appears on TV and radio.
Before being appointed creative editor, Nicola was content editor, leading Retail Week’s editorial output across digital and print.
Nicola started at Retail Week in 2008 as a reporter before becoming news editor in 2011.
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Retail Week’s panel debate on data collaboration heard senior retail figures criticise Amazon for lack of personalisation despite its supposedly enviable customer data.
Ann Summers boss Jacqueline Gold and Boden chief Jill Easterbrook will be among a raft of leading names to take to the stage at Retail Week’s Be Inspired conference this year.
Chief intelligence officers, AI resources officers and heads of storytelling; these job roles sound rather fanciful but they will help to define the future of retail.
Asda’s nightmarish Q2 update was good news for its rivals, not just because the 7.5% LFL tumble was further evidence of how far it lags its peers.
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BHS’s Oxford Street flagship in London closed its doors for the final time this weekend.
Wilko has poached Argos retail stores director Anthony Houghton as it gears up for an aggressive push into London and the Southeast.
The DIY market is about to get a makeover and a rather exciting one at that, as Bunnings prepares to tackle the UK with its revamped Homebase stores.
The team discuss the top stories from across the industry this week, including a closer look at Robin Terrell’s departure from Tesco.
In a world where Next is finding trading tough, you have to feel for the rest of the apparel market in what has been a challenging year so far.
It may have seemed like a big deal, but for many the move by McColl’s to snap up 298 of Co-op Food’s smaller stores did not come as a surprise.
As is often the case with our unpredictable British summer weather, June proved to be a bit of a washout on the high street.
The team discusses the drop in M&S’s sales, Sainsbury’s ending its partnership with Netto and a rumoured move to politics for the John Lewis boss.
When Sainsbury’s boss Mike Coupe unveiled its Netto venture, the grocery chief said it could “open up a new long term growth opportunity”.
Mary Portas explains that retail could be in for “a very good summer” after Brexit caused a favourable market for international money.
The least surprising thing about last week’s vote for the UK to leave the European Union was the impact that it had on retailers’ shares.
Editor-in-chief Chris Brook-Carter joins the team to discuss the wider impact on the retail industry of a stunning Brexit result.
My Local, the convenience chain born from the ashes of Morrisons’ c-store estate, has filed an intention to appoint administrators, putting 1,658 jobs at risk.
South African retail group Steinhoff failed to pounce on Home Retail and Darty earlier this year, but is now chasing a Poundland acquisition.