Mary Portas is an expert on retail and brand communication. Since 1997 she has been running Portas, a brand agency, producing challenging campaigns and championing brand development for clients.
She is credited with turning Harvey Nichols into a modern fashion brand in the ’90s. She became a member of the company’s board at the age of 30. She previously worked with John Lewis and Topshop.
In 2011 Mary was commissioned by Prime Minister David Cameron to lead an independent review into the Future of the High Street. She delivered the report in outlining 28 recommendations for rescuing the nation’s failing high streets. Her proudest achievement to date, is the creation of Mary’s Living and Giving shops for Save The Children. Currently the most profitable charity shops in the UK, she has so far opened 25 and has raised over £13 million and counting.
Mary’s latest book ‘Rebuild: How to thrive in the new Kindness Economy’ is out now.
We have a brand new newsletter out for our members club THE HIGH PERFORMANCE CIRCLE! This month we have exclusive content including:
Keynote: Winning when it’s impossible - Cath Bishop
High Performance Boosts:Mindset in Conflict zones - Hamish de Breton-GordonSelf-belief is Like a Muscle - Ben Saunders
Exclusive Podcast: Ric Lewis. Ric Lewis shared for the first time his 12 principles to a successful life and business
Go to www.thehighperformancepodcast.com to sign up for FREE!
Want more from the High Performance Podcast? We have a book coming out! PRE-ORDER NOW: smarturl.it/hv0sdz
A big thanks to our founding partners Lotus Cars for their continued support. Look out for big plans around Goodwood Festival of Speed coming next weekend! Thanks also to GIVEMESPORT - the exclusive sports partner of the High Performance Podcast. To gain further access to editorial and social content from the Podcast click here https://www.givemesport.com/podcast
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.