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Retail Reborn from The Business of Fashion

The Business of Fashion
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BoF’s hit podcast series Retail Reborn returns for a second season to investigate the consumer of tomorrow, and how their changing lifestyles and expectations will drive evolution in the retail industry today. Podcast host and founder of Retail Prophet, Doug Stephens, is joined by 14 global authorities, including industry thought-leaders, fashion and retail executives, and academic experts, sharing their insight and analysis on the next-generation consumer. Presented by Brookfield Properties, guests will discuss generational expectations as shaped by the pandemic, climate crisis and economic downturns, as well as examining where, how and what next-gen consumers will buy. Follow to never miss an episode.

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Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars from 33 ratings
  • Love the podcast !

    I run a clothing brand for last 14 years and really enjoy listening to Doug Stephens input on future of fashion . Love the new podcast . Got to see him twice in trade shows and read his books . Keep at the good work and so glad you doing this podcast

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    amir loves homus
    Canada2 years ago
  • Fantastic!

    I’ve never written a review for a podcast before and I listen to A LOT of them but this one is really stand out. Doug provides straight talk with concrete examples and makes clear points. There’s no talking around the issues, he gets right to the point. If you want to have a productive 30 minutes listen to this podcast.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    jfox0804
    United States2 years ago
  • For the Retail buffs

    If Doug is the Retail Prophet I’m a retail apostle. This is such a welcome addition to the Doug Stephens library of knowledge.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    A. Maguire
    United States2 years ago

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