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  • Be Inspired encourages female leadership in retail
  • Be Inspired encourages female leadership in retail
    Sebastiaan ter Burg (2016) ©
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Be Inspired encourages female leadership in retail

Women control the vast majority of consumer spending globally, but there’s a huge lack of women in top positions within the retail industry. With diversity in leadership proven to be beneficial for employees and businesses alike, Be Inspired is trying to address this imbalance.

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