About the author
Stuart Bennie is an experienced consultant with extensive background across retail, wholesale and IT. Having worked throughout the world, he has a global perspective on what drives business. Stuart has been a regular columnist with Inside Retail since 2011.
Are we getting close to a class action by disgruntled shareholders?
Stuart Bennie isn’t happy with the suggestion of raising the minimum wage $50.
Stuart Bennie thinks it’s time to park the technology mumbo jumbo for a while.
You cannot write vision into a document.
Stuart Bennie thinks Unibail-Rodamco has been sold a pup.
Stuart Bennie takes a look at price guarantees.
Is it any small wonder that we are witnessing the end of a retail era?
Why is Solomon Lew so obsessed with Myer?
Can anyone provide just one example of the tangible dollar benefits of omnichannel?
If you want to get promotion don’t empower your staff.
Suppliers are falling over themselves to get a product accepted by online retailers.
Risk these four main issues at your own peril.
Retailers, rather than wallowing in self pity, are also taking steps to minimise the impact of the US giant.
Customers demand more than just price to consider that they are being placed as number one.
Opinion: The performance of Bernie Brookes at Edcon has been underwhelming to say the least.
There is a difference between a sense of urgency versus a culture of panic and frenetic activity pretending to be work.
One can spot stores that will be closing before not too long.
Retailer’s need to pay a visit to this regional store to witness first hand what is happening there.
Australian retailers need to prepare for when the unthinkable happens.
Have we totally lost the plot about what retail is really all about?
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