Retail Advisors Network™ In The Media

#BoycottSearsCanada: Retailer faces 'PR nightmare' over treatment of laid-off workers

charlottetown-sears.pngBruce Winder was interviewed for a CBC article on the boycott of Sears Canada. "Consumers, when they see that a company, in their opinion, doesn't treat those vulnerable people properly, they lash out," says Winder.

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Bruce Winder Speaking on CTV National News regarding Sears Canada

Sears_CTV_2017-07-22_copy.jpgBruce Winder was interviewed on CTV National News in July regarding Sears Canada announcement to close 59 stores and layoff 2900 workers.

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With Its Wall of Honor, Red Wing Is Exhibiting Worn-Out Boots and the ‘Epic Stories’ Behind Them

wall-honor-boots-PAGE-2017.jpgBruce Winder was quoted in Adweek magazine regarding Red Wing brand. “This is a great marketing idea,” Winder said.

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Sears Canada report intensifies fears N.B. will lose hundreds of jobs

sears-new-brunswick-bankruptcy.jpg"I was happy for the people out in New Brunswick, but at the same time I was skeptical that it would come to fruition because many pundits in the industry, for the past two years, have really been waiting for this day to happen," said Bruce Winder, co-founder of Retail Advisors Network in Toronto.

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Sears Canada to close 59 stores, lay off 2,900 in restructuring

sears-leases-20131029.jpgBruce Winder, founder of the Retail Adviser Network, says the biggest problem for Sears is it got complacent over the years and didn't keep up with the times.

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Too little, too late? Sears tries to rebrand by getting hip, hiding name

sears-pop-up-shop-toronto.jpgBruce Winder was quoted in a CBC article about Sears Canada's new store in Toronto and how it was "too little too late".

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