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Leader Weekends: How to be a CEO (Marvin's Magic)
Marvin Berglas founded Marvin's Magic in the UK 35 years ago. It's now in 60 international markets. This is a bonus episode cut down from our How to be a CEO podcast, to listen to the full episode click here.
In this episode:
- The story of how they got into FAO Schwarz in New York’s Rockefeller Plaza
- Their role in innovating "retail theatre" and experiential shopping
- How QVC and TV shopping revolutionised their business model
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