Our editorial leaders comprise:

Ian JindalIan Jindal, Editor in Chief and Co-Founder

Ian is an experienced multichannel retailer, publisher and board-level advisor, working in ecommerce from pre-web days. Ian sets the strategic and brand direction for InternetRetailing.

Emma Herrod-26efd5de9cEmma Herrod, Editor and Conference Director

Emma is an award-winning journalist, responsible for our bi-monthly highly-rated print magazine as well as for programming the annual Conference.

Chloe RigbyChloe Rigby, Web Editor (and joint Supplement Editor)

Chloe is an experienced business journalist, bringing a quizzical commercial eye to the maturing of the multichannel retail. Chloe is also Joint Editor of the bimonthly InternetRetailing Supplement Series.

Paul Skeldon-d3299cf032Paul Skeldon, Mobile Editor

Paul is the launch editor for our new title, M-Retailing, focusing on the role of mobile within multichannel retail. An experienced journalist and well-known in the mobile space, Paul also edits Telemedia magazine.

Jonathan WrightJonathan Wright, joint Supplement Editor

Jonathan is an experienced business journalist and is responsible for the growth of our supplements programme.

To contact the team please email:

press@internetretailing.net with announcements
editor@internetretailing.net for article proposals and submissions

If you would like to contribute…

Firstly, you are invited to write comments against articles of interest to you – we read all comments and invite active, insightful commenters to contribute more.

If you have an idea for a feature or area you’d like us to cover in more detail, please email us as editor@internetretailing.net.

If you’d like to write a comment piece – short, provocative and insightful pieces for our newsletters – please email editor@internetretailing.net with an outline of your Guest Comment piece. You can see examples of previous pieces by searching on ‘guest comment’.

Please note that we are not interested in sales pitches (even if they purport to be ‘thought leadership’ – a pitch is a pitch), nor are we interested in articles that do not reference current, relevant expertise.