Facebook ranks number 1 in 2011s Movers & Shakers Report
Included in this year’s report is Mark Zuckerberg, Founder and CEO of Facebook, Tim Cook CEO of Apple, Natalie Massenet, founder and executive chairman of Net-A-Porter.com, and K3 Retail customers Simon Harrow, chief operating officer at Kiddicare, and Alison Lancaster, Cross Channel director of White Stuff.
This 2nd edition Movers & Shakers report celebrates the work and achievements of people who drive multi-channel in retail. This year sees many new names, which is indicative of how fast this dynamic sector is changing.
Tony Bryant, Business Development Manager at K3 Retail, said, “What is great about this year’s report is again the diversity of individuals and their roles, and in some ways shows just how dynamic and fluid Multi channel retailing is in the UK and globally. On behalf of K3 Retail, I would like to thank all 100 named individuals and the businesses they represent for all the fantastic ‘entrepreneurial’ work they have done in the space and also somehow managing to stay ahead of the curve in this ever changing retail environment in which we work.”
Glynn Davis of Retailinsider.com, adds, “The fact that there are so many new names in the list this year, shows just how young the industry is and also how immature it remains. There is an opportunity for skilled individuals to quickly make their mark – but equally there is the chance of rapidily falling out of favour.”
The Retail Bulletin’s 3rd Multichannel Retailing Summit 2012 will examine how retailers can maximise profits and market share through cost effective, engaging and seamlessly integrated multichannel strategies. The one-day event will be fully interactive and gives delegates the chance to ask questions and discover insights from retail experts in the multichannel space.
The event, which will be held in London on 1st February 2012, is retailer-led and confirmed speakers include Tesco.com, Schuh, ASOS, Santander UK plc, Marks & Spencer, Boots.com, Game Group, Halfords, Alexon Group plc, , Everything Everywhere, o2 Telefónica, Penhaligon, Joules Clothing, Adnams Plc, Best Buy UK, Collect Plus, Norbert Dentressangle. Click here for full details.
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