Monday, January 27, 2020
Made.com Philippe Chainieux

Big Interview: Philippe Chainieux, CEO, Made.com

Made.com's Philippe Chainieux on how is transition to CEO is described as "taking the baby of what your friend has created"
Chris Chalmers Studio

Big Interview: Chris Chalmers, Marketing Director, Studio

Studio marketing director Chris Chalmers chats with Retail Gazette about his role since he took the helm last August.
Kenneth Melchior

Big Interview: Kenneth Melchior, Director for Northern Europe, Zalando

Retail Gazette catches up with Kenneth Melchior to learn more about Zalando.
Jo Jackson Made.com

Big Interview: Jo Jackson, Chief Creative Officer, Made.com

Jo Jackson talks to Retail Gazette about what it's like to be the chief creative officer at homeware retailer Made.com.
Wolf & Badger CEO

Big Interview: George Graham, CEO & founder, Wolf & Badger

George Graham has spent the majority of his career at fashion house Wolf & Badger.
Helen Dickinson BRC CEO

Big Interview: Helen Dickinson, CEO, British Retail Consortium

Helen Dickinson reflects on how much the UK retail industry has changed since she took the helm six years ago.
Fred Cassman Mist

Big Interview: Fred Cassman, Founder & CEO, Mist

Mist was founded by Fred Cassman when he realised there was a market for it amidst online forum reviews.

Big Interview: Martin Harris, Founder & CEO, Tapi Carpets

Martin Harris has gone from Carpetright veteran to the founder and CEO of its main rival Tapi Carpets in just four years.

Big Interview: Adrian Nelson, Leasing Director, McArthurGlen

The outlet retail model may be relatively new to the UK, but it is currently well outperforming traditional retail destinations.
Cath Kidston Xenia

Big Interview: Xenia Xenophontos, Head of Communications, Cath Kidston

Retail Gazette spoke to Cath Kidston’s Xenia Xenophontos in an interview to get an insight into the iconic label’s success.

Feature Resource

[Whitepaper] Retail Lessons From China

Did you know? Chinese demographics are much more complex than ‘Gen X/Y/Z’? Instead they’re segmented as: Post-80s, Post-90s, Post-95s, Post-00s. And, while Post-80s and 90s...