Martin Harris has gone from Carpetright veteran to the founder and CEO of its main rival Tapi Carpets in just four years.
The outlet retail model may be relatively new to the UK, but it is currently well outperforming traditional retail destinations.
Retail Gazette spoke to Cath Kidston’s Xenia Xenophontos in an interview to get an insight into the iconic label’s success.
Since he purchased Jessops' assets five years ago for less than £2 million, the Dragons Den star has been working to transform it
Despite being in London for just a year, Reserved has not wasted a second in letting everyone know they are here.
We spoke to Harveys' Lisa Broad to find out why its Bold collection is more than just a new style direction for the brand.
We caught up with the British Heart Foundation retail director Allison Swaine-Hughes to talk secondhand and charity retail.
The Retail Gazette spoke to Ehab Shouly to establish why he supports calls for a formal investigation into its collapse.
Others, like Desmond & Dempsey’s co-founder Molly Goddard, jump into the deep-end head first and rely on their swimming skills.
Andy Clarke’s career has, whether intentionally or not, served to mould the grocery sector as it stands today.