By Nathan May2014-06-16T12:57:00+01:00
The Retail Week Power List 2014 was announced today, here are some interesting facts and figures about the new list.
In March Vince Cable gave an interview to The Guardian in which he accused the UK’s top companies of neglecting racial diversity in their boardrooms and urged business to use a wider talent pool when making appointments.
To read the 2016 Power List, click here. The Retail Week Power List 2014 unveils the 100 most influential people in retail. The annual listing reveals the biggest risers and fallers, new entrants, and details what each person has achieved in the last year to have earned their place. ...
Aldi, Ao.com and Morrisons have all featured heavily in the news over the last year, and make this year’s Power List top 100.
AO.com, and its charismatic founder John Roberts, are committed to doing what they can to promote social mobility and get young people into an area where businesses are still hiring: digital
Since the lockdown, people have taken to shopping where they live and local retailers have come to the fore. Many have adapted, served and won loyal customers over the past eight months. Retail Week highlights some of the thriving businesses that hold lessons for all of retail.
On Sunday at 2am the clocks will go back by one hour. For many people, the moment will symbolise the start of a long, difficult winter – one without precedent in recent history.
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