L’Occitane | Jamie Taylor
L’Occitane retail director Jamie Taylor talks about the brand’s new London flagship store, the role of artisans, and explores the complex and interesting theme of retail transformation.
‘The Interview’ is The Retail Exchange’s series of in-depth retailer interviews with inspirational people delivering change instore.
Jamie Taylor is the Retail, Property and Wholesale Director for international beauty brand, L’Occitane. The retailer has recently opened new flagship stores in London, Paris and Toronto, creating a retail experience that is focused on sensorial delight and exceptional service standards. Taylor tells business broadcaster Ben Bland what lies instore for shoppers in its new Regent Street store, how the hospitality industry was an inspiration, and how people are crucial in delivering retail transformation.
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