Hosted by Tony Saldanha
In the last 10 years, the business of retail has changed more than at any other time in history. This change has been good for some and disastrous for others. On this podcast, we talk to the retail leaders who are not only weathering change, but thriving in it.

Learn from Global 2000 leaders at companies like Walmart, P&G, and many more. 

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On Winning Retail, we bring you the stories of retailers who have weathered the storms and found winning strategies despite difficult circumstances.

We bring on cutting edge retail experts who will help you identify the trends and technologies that are shaping the future.

We will discuss topics like pricing, supply chain, sustainability, last mile, data, trust and much more.

It’s a podcast for all retailers, whether you are looking to keep yourself ahead of the competition, or just keep your head above water.

It’s a podcast for business leaders who are figuring out ways to do more with less.

It’s a podcast for innovators who are looking to their peers for best practices.

So hit subscribe, sit back, and get ready to hear the secrets, strategies, and tactics of some of the best retailers in the world.

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On this episode, Rod discusses the importance of getting back to the basics, why only 3 in 10 retail executives feel they have a handle on digital technology, and the rise of the data war.
International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
On this episode, Tom discusses the impact retail has on our local communities, why physical retail has never been more important, and what to expect at RECon, ICSC’s flagship event, this December in Las Vegas.
On this episode, Mary discusses how she uses quantitative insights to influence decision making, the importance of adopting an omni-channel mindset, and what they at Ikea call “the red thread.”
Northwood Retail
On this episode, Ward discusses the importance of content and context, how technology is ushering in a new world of influencer-based retail, and why he thinks “mixed-use” is an overused term.
This episode features an interview with David Dobson, Global Industry Director of Retail at Intel. David has more than 5 years of experience as a Senior Director at Intel and was previously the Retail Industry Director at Microsoft.
Dell Technologies
This episode features an interview with Kyle Dufresne, Head of OEM at Dell Technologies. Kyle has more than 15 years of experience in the technology industry and previously served as Dell’s President & General Manager of Global Client & Compute Solutions.
Mondelez International
Caroline Basyn, SVP, Information & Business Services Leader at Mondelez International. Previously, Caroline served as the Group CIO of Bacardi for 3 years, and spent over 25 years at P&G where she rose to become director of global business services. Caroline emphasizes the importance of analytics and empathy in the expanding retail space.
Inixia Inc.
Tony Saldanha, host of Winning Retail and Co-Founder at Inixia Inc., reveals the 5 stages of retail success, the importance of taking big risks in the landscape of the digital revolution, and the importance of being able to adapt in today’s disruptive markets.
Dr. Paul Marsden
Paul Marsden, Consumer Psychologist and Lecturer at University of the Arts London, explains the psychology behind the customer experience and how they go hand-in-hand. As a chartered psychologist from The British Psychological Society and lecturer at the business school at the London College of Fashion, Paul shares the emotional connection consumers experience in retail.
Retail Prophet
On this episode Doug talks about the importance of standing out in retail to give the customer a one of a kind experience, the reality of how companies should prepare for periods of unexpected low revenue, emphasizing the creative elements of retail to give the customer a truly artistic experience, and much more.