Qudini CEO, Imogen Wethered, named one of Business Insider’s ‘100 People Transforming Business’
‘100 People Transforming Business’ is an annual list and series highlighting those across industries who are changing the way the world does business.
Published in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic when many of the existing ways of doing business were proving irrelevant, the 2020 list carries even greater weight. Indeed, it features individuals whose acumen and adaptability have enabled the world to go on doing business.
With software that allows retailers to ensure social distancing and offer safe and engaging experiences, Qudini is playing a key role in keeping the economy in motion.
During the pandemic, many businesses have ramped up e-commerce as consumers transition to online shopping. Wethered’s service gives clients, including Samsung, Tesco and John Lewis & Partners, a means to schedule store visits so that customers may queue remotely, while getting updates on their order collections.
Wethered founded Qudini in 2012, aged 23, with co-founder Fraser Hardy. The team took part in JLAB 2015, the second programme that L Marks ran with with John Lewis & Partners.