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Bob Phibbs, The Retail Doctor

By Bob Phibbs

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Bob Phibbs, the Retail Doctor interviews retailers and their suppliers to answer the request, “Tell me something positive about retail.” For tips about competing in brick and mortar retail, listen in to learn about retail sales training, marketing, operations and more.

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Bob Phibbs, the Retail Doctor interviews retailers and their suppliers to answer the request, “Tell me something positive about retail.” For tips about competing in brick and mortar retail, listen in to learn about retail sales training, marketing, operations and more.

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iTunes Ratings

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Top 10 Episode of Bob Phibbs, The Retail Doctor

Rank #1: Episode 104: Roberta Bonoff, Creative Kidstuff | Everything Is Just A Conversation

May 30 2018
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Roberta Bonoff, CEO of Creative Kidstuff in Minneapolis shares her experiences of being in retail for 30 years, why tasks often get priority over selling, how they started their own TV show, what customers care about and more.

Rank #2: Episode 103: Brian Travilla, Petco | Secrets To Managing Retail Employees

May 23 2018
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Brian Travilla, Regional & District Leader at PetCo shares how to have those uncomfortable conversations about attitude, what works to get employees to succeed and his trajectory from working at Montgomery Ward when he was in high school to being responsible for about 1000 associates. He joined me from his office in Chicago.

Rank #3: Episode 102: Deanna Renda, Naples Soap Co. | The Tenacity of an Entrepreneur

May 17 2018
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Deanna Renda, the Founder of Naples Soap Company to talk about how she started from humble beginnings as a nurse and trying to solve her child's skincare problem to building her network of 11 stores throughout Florida.

Rank #4: Episode 101: Tony Drockton, Hammit Handbags | The Impact of Knowing your customer

May 11 2018
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Bob Phibbs, the Retail Doctor, sat down at Netsuite18 with Hammitt Handbags' Chief Cheerleader Tony Drockton to learn what it takes to be a successful small business in retail in 2018.

Rank #5: Episode 109: Melanie Tillett, Founder Tillets | Building A Vast Online Following

Jul 06 2018
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Bob Phibbs interviewed Melanie Tillett who, along with her two daughters founded Tippett's in the UK just five years ago. Now with a Facebook following of 50,000, she shares how they've added stores and fans across the world.

Rank #6: Episode 108: Paul LaPonte, Quality Sewing | Finding A Way To Say Yes

Jun 29 2018
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Bob Phibbs, the Retail Doctor interviews Paul LaPonte, President, Quality Sewing with 13 stores across the state of Washington. Paul shares his sales philosophy that it is all about finding a way to say 'yes,' how a sale does not have a finite limit, and why one store does better than another.

Rank #7: Episode 107: LaDonna McCarran, Nook & Cranny | Manage Your Business From Your Customers' Viewpoint

Jun 22 2018
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Bob Phibbs, The Retail Doctor, interviews LaDonna McCarran, Co-Owner The Pantry, Nook & Cranny, Rose & Alice Handcrafted Soaps. She talks about how kismet allowed her to grasp opportunities and run with them, trust your instincts when buying, and how to manage your business from your customers' viewpoint.

Rank #8: Episode 106: Rachel Doyle Arboretum Garden Centre The Glass Is Not Half Full; It's Full All The Time

Jun 15 2018
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Rachel Doyle CEO of Arboretum is the third ever Lifetime Achievement Award winner (and first woman to win) the Retail Excellence award in Ireland. Three great points you'll hear are that unless people die, anything else we can sort out in lif, an opportunity has to be realized in the lifetime of the opportunity and that entrepreneurs need todare to be different and go outside of the boundaries.

Rank #9: Episode 105: Patrick and Imelda Bourke | Thriving For 90 years in Retail

Jun 07 2018
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Patrick Bourke is CEO of his namesake men's clothing stores in Country Clare and his wife Imelda has her own restaurant across the street. I spoke to them about Patrick being the fourth generation owners the day after he received the prestigious Retail Excellence award