Women's Retail Collective | Chris Rupp EVP Chief Digital & Customer Officer Albertsons Companies

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This is a podcast episode titled, Women's Retail Collective | Chris Rupp EVP Chief Digital & Customer Officer Albertsons Companies. The summary for this episode is: “Be Mission Driven.” That's the theme of this podcast. Chris Rupp’s mission is to use technology to make life more convenient for people, and you’ll hear all about how she achieves that goal in this latest episode of the Women's Retail Collective podcast with Anne Mezzenga. You may know Chris from her time leading the development of Amazon Prime or her current role as the Chief Digital and Customer Officer of Albertsons Companies, but did you know that she is also responsible for tractors having cupholders? True story. Give this podcast a listen, and you will get the full rundown of Chris’s career. From her early days as an associate buyer, manually writing orders for coordinated pantsuits at L.S. Ayers Department Store, to running all of hardlines for Amazon on Day 2 of her job there, to her latest success launching a pilot of cutting edge pickup kiosks for Albertsons. Special thanks to Parcel Pending by Quadient for their support of this episode of the Women's Retail Collective Podcast Series. To learn more about Parcel Pending by Quadient, visit www.ParcelPending.com.

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“Be Mission Driven.” That's the theme of this podcast. Chris Rupp’s mission is to use technology to make life more convenient for people, and you’ll hear all about how she achieves that goal in this latest episode of the Women's Retail Collective podcast with Anne Mezzenga. You may know Chris from her time leading the development of Amazon Prime or her current role as the Chief Digital and Customer Officer of Albertsons Companies, but did you know that she is also responsible for tractors having cupholders? True story. Give this podcast a listen, and you will get the full rundown of Chris’s career. From her early days as an associate buyer, manually writing orders for coordinated pantsuits at L.S. Ayers Department Store, to running all of hardlines for Amazon on Day 2 of her job there, to her latest success launching a pilot of cutting edge pickup kiosks for Albertsons. Special thanks to Parcel Pending by Quadient for their support of this episode of the Women's Retail Collective Podcast Series. To learn more about Parcel Pending by Quadient, visit www.ParcelPending.com.