Theo Paphitis is owner and chairman of Ryman, Robert Dyas, Boux Avenue and London Graphic Centre.
In the first edition of our new video series Retail Question Time, Ryman, Robert Dyas and Boux Avenue owner Theo Paphitis and Iceland managing director Richard Walker discuss government aid for the industry during the pandemic, business rates reform, their hopes for next week’s Budget – and why they both oppose high-speed rail link HS2.
As I said in 2018 when the first gender pay gap data was released, we must be aware that statistics are not always black and white and there is a danger in viewing them as such.
When I was trying to buy Ryman and approaching private equity businesses and banks to raise the money, I was told it was a dog of a business – they were wrong.
Business leaders must make sure all employees have a workplace pension, urges Theo Paphitis.
Retail entrepreneur Theo Paphitis has revealed he will be voting for the UK to leave the EU. Here he shares his thoughts on why:
The pace at which retail innovations are being adopted by consumers shows no signs of abating and the industry will never be the same again.