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Welcome Natalie Krickovic - Senior Director, Retail Strategy

    

We are excited to welcome Natalie Krickovic to the BOLD team as our newest Senior Director of Retail Strategy!

This born and bred Torontonian graduated with a commerce degree from McMaster University in Ontario. She is an experienced marketing professional with a demonstrated history of leading retail campaigns and supplier strategic planning. Natalie has a relentless drive to deliver results for clients in an ever-evolving environment. She has managed major accounts including Abbott Nutrition, Barilla, and L’Oréal in the past.

We wanted to get to know more about Natalie in her own words. Here's what she had to say...

What’s your home town?

I was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario; a wonderfully diverse and fun Canadian city.  I made my way down to Northwest Arkansas in 2016 and plan on staying forever after falling in love with the great access to nature, incredible amenities, and southern hospitality.

Why did you decide to join Bold Retail?

The team.  This is a group rich with eCommerce, retail, and brand strategy experience where all have an ownership-mentality to deliver best in class work and client service.

What's the first thing you ever bought on Amazon.com? What does that say about you?

I can't remember as there have been too many purchases since.  What a revolutionary platform. You can find nearly anything, educate yourself and with a click of a button fulfill your need (....or want).  What does this say about me? I am a heavily dependent user and may need intervention.

What is your favorite book?

Fiction: The Thornbirds

Non-Fiction/Autobiographical: Scar Tissue (huge Red Hot Chili Peppers fan)

What's your favorite place?

Local: Buffalo River

International: Greek Islands (particularly Santorini's caldera)

"I'm happiest when I'm..."

Playing on the Buffalo River with family and friends.

"People would be surprised to know...."

I used to be a competitive synchronized swimmer in my youth and can still do a few tricks.

 

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