US Special | Kambiz Hemati
In this special episode, we sit down with respected retail designer, Kambiz Hemati. Best known for his work with brands such as Foot Locker and Starbucks, he discusses the art of great retail design and looks back on his own storied career.
Sponsored by NG Retail Summit 2020
Best known for his work with brands such as Foot Locker, Starbucks, Verizon and Nike, Kambiz Hemati embodies the serenity that permeates the retail spaces he designs. In our latest episode of The Interview Series, sponsored by NG Retail Summit 2020, US host Dave Evans sits down with the respected retail designer to discuss the art of brand storytelling and the importance of creating physical spaces with architectural integrity, local relevance and customers at their heart. He also looks back on the experiences that have shaped his own storied career and taken him on a journey with iconic leading edge global consumer technology, athletic apparel and footwear, fashion and coffee companies.
Featuring in-depth conversations with leading figures from the world of retail, this is The Retail Exchange’s informed podcast interview series. Hear from the finest minds and inspiring thinkers as they share insights into delivering success and get to the heart of the industry’s big issues.
Enjoy | Ron Johnson
US host Dave Evans brings you a special interview with Ron Johnson. He is perhaps best known for his work creating and leading Apple Stores during their first 12 years, then later as CEO of JCPenney. Now CEO and Co-Founder of Enjoy, he’s changing the way companies serve their customers in a digitally-driven world through the first mobile retail store available on-demand.
The Special | Retail Wellbeing
In our final episode of ‘The Special’ series, we take an in-depth look at the human impact of the pandemic and the importance of wellbeing for retail employees in these unprecedented times.
The Special | Braking Point
In our latest episode of ‘The Special’ series, we bring listeners a special report from the US and Canada, as stores across both countries close their physical stores in response to the global pandemic.