In this episode of The City View, Christian is joined by Kurt Geiger CEO, Neil Clifford.
The veteran retailer discusses the unprecedented disruption and uncertainty caused by the pandemic, in a candid and illuminating conversation.
Clifford describes how 2020 was due to be a stellar year for the high-end brand, before the retail landscape collapsed around the world.
As well as describing how the business is coping, Clifford also explains the changes he’s made in his personal and professional life to respond to these extraordinary times. He believes that consumers will remember the businesses which behaved well, and those that did not.
Also in this episode of The City View, Christian looks at the long-running feud between activist investor Edward Bramson and Barclays CEO Jes Staley and he considers the latest gloomy economic forecast from the Economist Intelligence Unit.
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