The Retail 100 is RWRC’s annual ranking of the most influential individuals in the sector.
Against a backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic and an impending recession, the Retail 100 highlights leaders who have prioritised people and purpose, those who have innovated, collaborated and operated with agility to meet unprecedented challenges. You only need to look at the Retail 100 to understand what it means to be a retail leader in 2020.
RWRC’s annual ranking of the industry’s 100 most influential people has been published and features just one black retail executive. With the Black Lives Matter movement dominating headlines and conversations in boardrooms, Megan Dunsby asks: where are all the BAME leaders in retail?
With a 27% rise in women executives since 2019, increased gender diversity is one of the trends that characterises this year’s ranking of the most influential people in retail. Megan Dunsby reflects on what this means and why it is time for retail to become truly diverse
Following the publication of the annual Retail 100 ranking, produced in association with Braze, ChannelAdvisor and Salesforce, Retail Week explores key trends shared by the industry’s most influential people