Charlie Brear

5 Minutes With Charlie Brear, Founder, Charlie Brear

Charlie Brear is a successful fashion entrepreneur, with a thriving eponymous online store and her designs stocked worldwide.
Top 10 tips for starting a retail business in your 50s

COMMENT: Top 10 tips for starting a retail business in your 50s

Nayna McIntosh, chief executive and founder of womenswear retailer Hope, believes it’s never too late to follow your dreams.
Goodordering

Indie of the Month: Goodordering

Jacqui Ma shares her story on how far the bike accessories retailer has come.
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5 Minutes With Cara Connell, CEO, Lumitrix

Lumitrix is an online photography retailer that has just opened the doors to its first physical retail space in London.
Conviviality

Conviviality: What went wrong?

The Retail Gazette takes a closer look at what was behind the break-neck downfall of the once mighty Conviviality retail empire.

5 Minutes With Andy Cockburn, CEO & Co-Founder, Mention Me

What inspired you to co-found Mention Me? Almost all brands and retailers are sitting on a huge asset that they often take for granted: the...
Marketing

Marketing: What happens when it goes wrong?

Marketing mistakes are nothing new, and it's plain to see that even huge retailers can still slip up.
Gender pay

Updated: The retailers with the biggest gender pay gaps

Just under a year ago, the government passed legislation requiring companies to make their gender pay gap figures public.
Ken Daly supply chain

COMMENT: Re-aggregating the retail supply chain

Ken Daly, CEO of multichannel retailer JML, analyses the common theme among the closures & challenges gripping the high street.

Retail Gazette Loves: April Fools’ Day pranks in retail

Laughter can often be the best medicine, during hard for times in the retail sector we explored the best April fools jokes it had

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If you’ve side-lined eBay as an e-commerce channel, or if you’ve let your campaigns gather dust without proactively reviewing them – could it be...