The Women in Retail Talks podcast is for women retail leaders who are looking for business strategy insights as well as executive professional development advice. Each week, hear from top women retail leaders, career coaches, motivational speakers and others in engaging and candid interviews.
How The Girls Company Co-Founders Are Revolutionizing Period Cramp Relief
In this episode of Women in Retail Talks, Zoia Ali, Abby Warner and Taimi Kennerley, co-founders of The Girls Company, a company revolutionizing the way people address women's health, discuss how the business was created from an assignment during a college entrepreneurship class, how The Girls Company's cramp-alleviating band product works, and why the digital-native brand partnered with Target to launch into physical retail.
How Chatbooks' Co-Founder Flipped the Script From 'Imposter' to 'Learner'
In this episode of Women in Retail Talks, Women in Retail Leadership Circle Digital Content Director Kristina Stidham interviews Vanessa Quigley, co-founder and chatbooker-in-chief of Chatbooks, the photo book subscription company for busy moms. Quigley discusses the inspiration behind the business, how her struggle with mom guilt combined with her Instagram account helped create Chatbooks, and how she learned how to to lead a retail company with no prior business experience.
How DICK'S Sporting Goods Forecasts Merchandise Demand From Consumer Habits
In this episode of Women in Retail Talks, Women in Retail Leadership Circle Co-Founder Melissa Campanelli interviews Nina Barjesteh, senior vice president of product development and design at DICK’S Sporting Goods. Barjesteh discusses her career background in retail merchandising, what drew her to join DICK'S, and how the sporting goods brand forecasts new product demand based on consumer habits.
Estelle Colored Glass' Founder on Navigating Rapid Growth During COVID
In this episode of Women in Retail Talks, Women in Retail Leadership Circle Senior Content Strategist Ashley Chiaradio interviews Stephanie Summerson Hall, founder of Estelle Colored Glass, a luxury brand of hand-blown colored glass cake stands and stemware. Listen in as Hall discusses how her grandmother inspired her to start the brand, Estelle's vintage-inspired yet refined and modern colored glass collection, and the research behind deciding to manufacture the glass in Poland.
Bonobos' Chief Merchant on Strengths-Based Leadership and Human-Centric Culture
In this episode of Women in Retail Talks, Women in Retail Leadership Circle Co-Founder Melissa Campanelli interviews Julie Pike, chief merchant officer at Bonobos, a clothing brand focused on delivering great fit, excellent customer experience, and a fun approach to menswear. Pike discusses her professional background in retail, what drew her to join Bonobos, and the brand's foundation in a strength-based leadership model.
Why Monkee's Founder Believes Entrepreneurs Need Passion and 'Sweat Equity'
In this episode of Women in Retail Talks, Women in Retail Leadership Circle Senior Content Strategist Ashley Chiaradio interviews DeeDee Shaw, founder of Monkee's, a high-end luxury lifestyle boutique that offers the ultimate selection of quality shoes, clothing and accessory products. Shaw discusses the genesis of the brand, how her partnership and friendship with Monkee's co-owner came to be, and why she believes the business experienced growth during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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