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A behind the scenes look at how Marks and Spencer lost its ‘Magic’ which asks whether the ‘Sparkle’ can return.
Buy: revealed: when m&s lost its billions
Today Marks and Spencer is riding high. The company’s glossy ad campaign featuring Twiggy has been a huge hit with customers and 15 million of us are visiting its stores each week.
But just 7 years ago the company’s future was in jeopardy. Profits collapsed and the value of the company crashed from £19billion to just £5billion.
This is the inside story of how Britain’s best-loved and most successful retailer got it wrong. Interviewees include key players: former M&S Chairman and Chief Executive Sir Richard Greenbury, deputy chairman Clinton Silver, non-executive director Sir Martin Jacomb, food supplier Lord Haskins, clothing supplier Sir Christopher Hogg and ex Tesco’s boss Lord MacLaurin.
Now with a new boss in charge the question is: can M&S win over new, younger customers who become the next generation of faithful fans? Will it return to is unique position in the affections of British shoppers?