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Mary Homer, CEO, The White Company

Mary Homer has been focused on improving The White Company’s IT and infrastructure this year, after a solid set of results in 2017.

She joined the fashion and homeware retailer in March 2017 and by December, the company revealed a rise in full-year profits and sales, despite tougher trading conditions.

Operating profit grew 2% to £17.6m in the year to 25 March 2017 – the most recent results available – while sales rose by 7.6% to £198.4m. The company now has 57 stores in the UK, two in Ireland and debuted in the US with two stores. It also invested in a new web platform and warehouse management system.

Company founder Chrissie Rucker received an OBE in January. In March, The White Company moved into a 32,000 sq ft London head office in Television Centre, White City, the former home of the BBC.


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