Welcome to Retail Therapy - a podcast proudly brought to you by American Express. Each episode ARA CEO Paul Zahra speaks to a leader in Australia’s retail industry, including the CEOs of some of Australia’s biggest retailers. We’ll be finding out what makes them tick… What defines their leadership style… And how they got to the top of their game. Join us as we ask these questions and more - and navigate our way through the retail industry - Australia’s largest private sector employer.
Let's continue our look back at the 'Best of Season One' of the ARA Retail Therapy podcast.
To round out our ‘best of’ episodes we’re taking a look back at the insights we learned about the work/life balance of the top retail CEOs in Australia
The topic of Diversity, Equality & Inclusion was a common conversation thread throughout series one of Retail Therapy and we are delighted to share with you some snippets from Australia’s top retail CEOs and leaders.
We're focusing on our discussions about sustainability, where our guests shared what they believe the role of retailers is in driving better sustainability outcomes for our planet, as well as what their organisations are doing now and into the future to tackle climate change.
In the last episode of Season 1 of Retail Therapy, Paul Zahra speaks with Erica Berchtold, CEO of THE ICONIC. THE ICONIC is part of Global Fashion Group, one of the world's largest fashion retail businesses, connecting over 10,000 global and local fashion brands to a market of more than one billion customers.
Joining Paul Zahra for some Retail Therapy this week in the Amex Lounge is Camilla CEO, Jane McNally. Jane is responsible for bring the artistic vision of designer Camilla Franks to life.
Richard has been the CEO of JB Hi-Fi since 2014 and in April this year announced that he would be leaving to join Premier Investments – which includes the brands of Just Jeans, Portmans and Peter Alexander.