How Woolworths, Ikea and Tiffany are stepping up on inclusivity

Tiffany & Co. saw the opportunity to stand out as the most inclusive luxury brand. Image: Bigstock.
Over the past year we’ve seen retailers think further and faster. Covid has been a catalyst for creative problem solving, exposing foundational problems and raw emotions around economic and social divides, healthcare, climate and racism. Retailers have played their part, modifying their approach to be more inclusive, which has benefited the many, not just the few. How can they retain that mindset and maximise growth? Customers and employees who don’t fit the traditional mould can help retail

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