Lessons from Bill Grimsey (High street campaigner)

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Now a campaigner for the survival of the high street, Bill Grimsey has shown a passion for retail throughout his career. Pressured by his father to train as a civil engineer for two years, Grimsey joined Bishop’s Food Stores after college as a trainee manager. He rose to become director and, when the business merged with Budgens in 1986, Grimsey then joined Tesco. He gained further experiences at…

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By Darren Rackham 16 Jun, 2014

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