Fiona is a sought-after thought leader, speaker and regular media commentator on the future of retail. She provokes positive thinking and energises with her optimism.

Fiona is well known for her insights on topics like ‘Are high streets really dying, or are they just evolving?’, ‘Why more retailers should be walking in their customers’ shoes.’, and ‘Only 10% of board places are held by women – really?’.

If you’d like Fiona to speak to your team or comment on your TV or radio show, get in touch. Add some ‘mojo’ to your discussion!

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WATCH Fiona on BBC Breakfast

Fiona comments on the state of the UK high street and the challenges facing some of its best known retailers. Her positivity comes as a breath of fresh air for those willing to embrace the opportunities. (October 2018)


WATCH Fiona speak on Walking in your customer's shoes

In partnership with Westminster Business Council, Fiona co-hosted an evening of conversation on Walking in your customer’s shoes. See Fiona speaking and being interviewed. (2017)

LISTEN Women and Money: Gender Pay Gap for London’s Share Radio

“Gender pay gap is still alive and kicking, with women earning 12% less than men. So how do you go about getting a pay rise or a promotion?” Broadcaster Sarah Pennells asks Fiona. (2016)

READ an interview with Fiona, In conversation for Leadership3sixty

“Meet Fiona Davis, the phenomenal business dynamo and founder of The Brand Inspiration Company.” Denise O Rabor founder of Leadership3sixty interviews Fiona.

LISTEN (re)discovering the mojo on The Evening Show, for London's Share Radio

“Listen to @fionamojodavis explaining her Brilliant Career helping businesses (re)discover their mojo” Simon Rose of The Evening Show interviewed Fiona for London’s Share Radio. (2015)

WATCH Fiona interviewed on the BBC lunchtime News

See Fiona being interviewed on the BBC lunchtime News on the topic of gender diversity, for Women in Retail. (2017)

READ Fiona in the Daily Mail article, Can one size really fit all?

“Buying one-size clothing gives you the feeling you’re normal, that you belong somewhere. Most people won’t ever think this consciously, but the concept will exert a subconscious influence, making them more likely to buy.” (2018)

LISTEN Are you walking in your customers’ shoes? for Women in Retail

Fiona joins Women in Retail and Kate Nightingale, Founder of Style Psychology, in this breakfast podcast for a stimulating, thought-provoking and interactive look at customer psychology and building a brand. (2016)


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