Leadership learnings: Retail CEO's top tips for rising to the top

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Essential Retail brings you an online webinar where three CEOs share their story about the journey to their C-level roles.

Ever imagined what it would be like to run a retailer? Or what skills you would need to progress to the top? Watch this webinar on-demand to learn from CEOs who did just that.

Editor of Essential Retail, Caroline Baldwin, quizzes three bosses about their jobs to learn what it took to get to where they are now.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  •  The journey three retail leaders went on to become CEOs at their businesses

  •  How their various backgrounds helped (or hindered!) their progression along the way

  •  What their day-to-day structure looks like today

  • Skills required to lead a business

  • The challenges of running a retail business in today’s climate

  • And plenty of advice for people wanting to work towards that role


Timo Boldt

CEO and founder, Gousto

    Miriam Lahage

    CEO, Entrepreneur, NED

      Andrew Walker

      former CEO, Eat

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