Burger King is one of the oldest and biggest chain of fast food restaurants in USA. It was founded in 1953 as Insta-Burger King. The very next year it was bought by David Edgerton and James McLamore and renamed as Burger King. Since then it has changed hands several times and gone through its fair share of ups and downs. Meanwhile, their logo was not immune to change.
For any retailer, whether you’re web-based or bricks and mortar, knowing how many people are walking into your store or are browsing your website is significant. If you’ve got no idea of how many people are visiting you, you will really, really have to get behind the eight ball to know how you can improve your performance.
Jitu Mehta, is at present Founder Chairman of Valueveda. He is a management consultant and advises on business strategy and execution, commercial strategies and execution. He also provides coaching for CEO and other senior management executives. With a career spanning over a few decades, Mehta has experience in various industries like FMCG, Retail, Health and wellness etc.
“PK is a man of integrity and vision. He has a steely determination to help others succeed and is a genuine thought leader in the field of logistics and supply chain. I am honoured to count Prakash as a friend and mentor and recommend him unreservedly.”
- Mark Hodgson, CEO, CEO Mentor, Keynote Speaker, Leadership & Transformation Thought Leader
Ed St John
Non Executive Director, Shooii
Karl-Johan Persson, the 41 year old CEO and President of Swedish high street fashion brand H&M. He joined the company in 2005 as an operational manager and in just 4 years assumed the role of CEO.
H&M was founded in 1947 by his grandfather Erling Persson. Initially it was called Hennes (meaning Her’s in Swedish). Later the company acquired Mauritz Widforss, hence the new name Hennes & Mauritz, aka H&M. Soon, it expanded across Europe. It opened its doors to the US customers in 2000, with its new store on Fifth Avenue, New York City. The company currently has over 3900 stores across the world.
Bernie BrookesMYER Stores Ltd
I first met Prakash (PK) Menon during the private equity purchase of Myer, incorporating extraction from Coles Myer. I came on board as CEO in 2006 and PK, for a fiveyear period, was a highly involved, important member of the Executive team. Over the years, I have come to experience not only his strong business acumen, but also his baring wit, wisdom, and his ability to tell a good story. All these are demonstrated in PKs memoir, making for a fascinating and entertaining read.
Matt ChurchThought Leaders
Prakash 'PK' is an extraordinary individual. He is someone who will fast become one of your trusted advisors should you meet with him. No doubt his professional career qualifies him as one of the leading authorities on Retail Supply Chains. I encourage people to explore his work on DRIVE. His story DRIVEN – from Mumbai to Myers is a ripping read and chock full of amazing insights on what it takes to succeed in life and business. I highly recommend PK to anyone wanting to get ahead in life.
Gaurav WankhedeRoyal Australian Air Force
For me Prakash has been a Friend, Philosopher & a guide. I have always taken inspiration from the way Prakash has risen to the pinnacle in his field. He was just a phone call away for any advice, be it career of personal. Prakash is a born leader and a very dedicated family man. His ability to balance his work and personal life is also worth mentioning here. Any organisation that Prakash works for would benefit from his style and drive to deliver excellence in whichever area he works in.
Ed St JohnShooii
PK is the Guru _ not just of Supply Chain Logistics, but of Strategy and Process as well. Hes a smart man, hes an innovator and he gets things done all in all a great contributor to our Shooii board.