Essential Retail Retail Ramble Podcasts

Retail Ramble podcast: Shopping inspiration with Pinterest

Essential Retail chats with Amy Vener, retail vertical strategy lead at Pinterest, to learn more about using this social platform to inspire consumers.

Retail Ramble podcast: TfL on retail innovation

Essential Retail chats with Transport for London about its recent competition to find an innovative retail company to create an interesting shopping space on the TfL estate.

Retail Ramble podcast: Feelunique on international growth

Essential Retail speaks with Feelunique to discuss its strategy to expand internationally.

Retail Ramble podcast: Tips on growing organically

Halen Mon brand manager, Jess Lea-Wilson, describes the famous sea salt company’s journey from a small island business to a brand which is now widely recognised in the food world.

Retail Ramble podcast: Interview with AO Logistics

Essential Retail visits AO Logistics to have a tour of its warehouse and learn what makes the company so successful.

Retail Ramble podcast: The evolution of loyalty

Essential Retail discusses modern-day consumer loyalty with Boots and Ecrebo.

Retail Ramble podcast: Getting crafty with marketplaces

Essential Retail chats to arts and crafting retailer Crafty Arts about its use of marketplaces and improving customer experience.

Retail Ramble podcast: TouchNote and the power of personalisation

Essential Retail speaks to postcard app TouchNote about the importance of offering customers personalisation

Retail Ramble podcast: Cooking up a storm with Gousto

Essential Retail chats to Gousto CEO, Timo Boldt, at the recipe box company's new headquarters

Retail Ramble podcast: A tour of Microsoft’s London flagship

Essential Retail receives a guided tour of Microsoft’s new London flagship on Oxford Circus.

Retail Ramble podcast: Subscription snacking – a spotlight on Graze

Essential Retail catches up with the Graze team to learn about its plans for the future.

Retail Ramble podcast: Kipling on hitting the millennial sweet spot

Kipling chats about its new Regent Street store and how it is trying to attract more millennial and Gen Z shoppers.