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Management

VIDEO: How Revlon introduced workplace flexibility

VIDEO: How Revlon introduced workplace flexibility

Since the pandemic hit, cosmetics giant Revlon has recognised the need for its people to spend quality time both at work and home, balancing their personal and professional lives.  But it’s not easy shaking...
Rostering automation for retail: the #1 transformation you need to consider
Retailers should be prepared for Black Friday cyber attacks
Blundstone’s secret to survival? A mix of strategy and sheer luck
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Management Archives

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How a simple uniform refresh can keep customers coming back

What your team wears matters as it really sets the tone for the experience one can expect when dealing with your brand.

The surprising takeaway from Ulta’s new partnership with Target

Analysts are optimistic about Ulta’s announcement that it will roll out mini-shops in Target stores. Here’s why.

Video: Here’s how Deciem has changed since Black Lives Matter

An interview with Deciem CEO Nicola Kilner about how the beauty giant is educating and engaging staff around systemic ra...

How Indigenous brands are turning a wave of support into lasting change

The level of interest in Indigenous brands has never been greater. These business leaders want to make sure it stays tha...

Q&A with Sara Trilling, Starbucks Asia Pacific

Global coffee giant aims to offer both customers and staff somewhere they can belong, wherever they are in the world.

Opinion: Why coming up with a Plan B is part of the future of retail

The industry has never been in greater need of timely, accurate and responsive demand monitoring and forecasting than no...

Inside Larry Kestelman’s plans for PAS Group

The highly successful entrepreneur has a new project: turning around the struggling fashion business. Here’s how he plan...

Will 2020 be the year Singles’ Day goes global?

Why China’s version of Black Friday is gaining traction with brands and consumers around the world.

How to survive in turbulent times, according to a Barnes & Noble exec

Kacey Sharrett, Barnes & Noble’s VP of e-commerce and digital, has faced some pretty turbulent times in her retail caree...

Universal Standard: “We could be the most important brand in the world”

We chat with the US label's co-founder Alex Waldman about how it's challenging society's views of women's bodies and how...
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On the ballot: How brands could make a difference in the US election

Thousands of companies have pledged to give their workers paid time off to vote in the upcoming presidential election. H...

Why age diversity in business matters

Too often, experienced candidates are overlooked for younger recruits. Here's how they can help your business.

VIDEO: Catch founder Gabby Leibovich shares his story

How the entrepreneur grew Catch into one of the country's biggest e-commerce companies.
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Accent Group has a vision for the future, and it’s not focused on footwear

Having conquered shoes, the owner of The Athlete’s Foot now wants to grab a share of the broader performance market.
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“Pretty wild”: Kate Morris reflects on Adore Beauty’s IPO

Why going out on investor roadshows was an “eye-opening” experience for the beauty business founder.