Contributor Profile

Andrew Busby

Job TitleFounder

Company NameRetail Reflections

About

Retail writer, speaker & analyst, Andrew is the founder of Retail Reflections and is one of the most high-profile figures in retail – regularly featuring in the top 20 lists of global retail influencers.

A Forbes contributor and IBM Futurist, Andrew is constantly in demand for both writing and speaking and is regularly quoted in the media - on TV, radio and in the national press.

In a retail career spanning over 20 years, Andrew held senior positions at Kingfisher and Superdrug before going on to work with retailers such as Arcadia, Debenhams, John Lewis and Argos.

In addition to writing his own retail blog, Andrew is a member of the IORMA Advisory Board, a member of REAN, Advisory Board member at Retail Week, Founder of the Retail Advisory Board and is also editor at large for Retail Technology magazine.

Conference Sessions

  • Store Design & Experience Stage - Chair's welcome

    Wednesday10:00 - 10:0501 May 2019
    Store Design & Experience Stage

    A short introduction from the Chair of the Store Design & Experience Stage

    • Language: English
  • IN THE NEWS: M&A in the current retail landscape

    Wednesday11:20 - 11:5001 May 2019
    Headline Stage

    Market pressures are forcing retailers to consider M&A as part of their growth strategy. This session will examine the recent CMA rejection of the Sainsbury’s /...

    • Language: English
  • Store Design & Experience Stage - Chair’s closing remarks and end of day 1 conference sessions

    Wednesday16:25 - 16:3001 May 2019
    Store Design & Experience Stage

    Closing remarks from the Chair

    • Language: English
  • Headline Stage - Chair’s welcome

    Thursday10:00 - 10:0502 May 2019
    Headline Stage

    Short welcome from the Chair

    • Language: English
  • Headline Stage - Chair’s closing remarks and end of conference sessions

    Thursday16:10 - 16:1502 May 2019
    Headline Stage

    Closing remarks from the Chair

    • Language: English

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