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With the well documented struggles of many big-name retailers – the latest collapses of note including Toys R Us and Maplins – it would be easy to write off the traditional retail sector as either ailing or failing.

However, mainstream news will only cover the big name collapses which skews perception of this sector somewhat. To get the full picture, Executive Grapevine spoke exclusively with Nina Glass, an expert in the areas of consumer and B2B services at Eric Salmon & Partners, who explained why, despite challenges, there are unique opportunities for those in retail who are open to change.

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