About the author
Carla Bridge is Managing Editor of Inside Retail. She has a background in journalism and sub-editing, specialising in the retail industry. She has spent close to a decade reporting and commentating on the retail industry and issues including fashion, e-commerce, acquisitions, lifestyle and retail trends. Carla is also experienced in public relations, having worked on corporate communications, experiential, business to business and consumer campaigns for a number of high profile brands.
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