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Happy First Day of Summer!

Hello Inner Circle readers, and happy first day of summer! While summer is a great time for a bit of…
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Women in Retail Tech: 3 Things I learned as a Woman Entrepreneur

Women have come a long way in terms of holding high-level business positions and entrepreneurial roles. Today, more than 9.4…
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What Makes a Great Leader? These Top Women Retail Execs Know

In this video, five of the women featured in WIRLC's sister brand Total Retail's Top Women in Retail issue talk…
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Perception Creates Reality, According to Barbara Corcoran

Hello Inner Circle readers! Not sure how many of you attended the Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition (IRCE) last week in…
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Reach Your Goals With Barbara Bradley Baekgaard's Motto ‘Ready, Fire, Aim’

Barbara Bradley Baekgaard, co-founder, chief creative officer and director of Vera Bradley, explains her "ready, fire, aim" motto and how…
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About Us

“Us” is so much more than the folks here at the Women in Retail Leadership Circle (WIRLC). We’re really talking about some of the most amazing women in the retail space — special, electric, powerful, innovative, successful are all words that come to mind to describe the women of WIRLC.

Our goal is to bring together these awe-inspiring women within WIRLC and provide a unique networking group that offers enterprise-level women in the retail industry a place to LEARN, CONNECT and GROW through virtual and live events, a weekly e-newsletter, an information-packed website, social media, and more. WIRLC strives to continuously offer members the opportunity to SHARE best practices, discuss industry issues and find inspiration on how to conquer challenges in their professional lives.

And we’re just getting started — just wait to see what’s around the corner!

As a leader, I've seen firsthand that diverse teams have a better chance at delivering stronger results. If you're on an all-male team, start asking why the next new hire shouldn't be a woman. Or if you’re going to add a board member, why not think about a woman?"-- Diane Dietz, CEO, Rodan + Fields, Fortune, Jun 15
 

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