All Episodes

Shared Ambition

18th December 2017

As the number of agencies involved in delivering retail objectives continues to grow, our guests discuss the art of collaboration, what needs to change, and where responsibility for ensuring success should lie.

The Interview: O2

29th November 2017 | 15 min listen

In this edition, Declan Curry chats to O2 director of stores Bridget Lea as she discusses the art of creating Stores of the Future and looks ahead to the innovations still to come.

Maximising Seasonal Success

27th October 2017 | 30 min listen

Is the high street reaching saturation point with seasonal promotions? Guests discuss what more retailers can do to keep things fresh, maximise shopper engagement, and generate amplification beyond the four walls of the store.

The Interview: House of Fraser

26th September 2017 | 19 min listen

In this first edition, host Declan Curry meets House of Fraser’s Dr Dorothy Maxwell, who reflects on the retailer’s new department store and efforts to make retailers and stores more sustainable.

Is Mainstream Retail Dead?

29th August 2017 | 28 min listen

Mainstream retail is under fire from all sides. A panel of leading industry thinkers discuss the challenges that mainstream retailers are facing and several ideas on what can be done to get stores back on track.

What Shoppers Want

20th July 2017 | 20 min listen

As the way we shop continues to be redefined, is a rethink needed for retailers? Senior retail industry thought leaders give their take on how evolving shopper behaviour is impacting instore brand engagement.

Creating Top Shops

25th May 2017 | 25 min listen

Experience, engagement, emotion, and economics. We conclude the discussion on Stores of the Future by decoding what it takes to deliver store transformation that achieves the real returns today’s retailers demand.

Stores of the Future 2.0

1st May 2017 | 30 min listen

Senior industry thinkers discuss Stores of the Future, what’s worthy of attention, why there is still much work to do and what could, or should, change in the way that retailers approach such retail transformation projects.