Q&A with Simone

What does it mean to you to be chosen as one of the Women that Make Mayfair?

I was truly shocked and extremely honoured to be chosen out of the many women within Mayfair, I am extremely humbled and grateful to be recognised for my hard work.

How long have you been working in Mayfair?

I have been working with Adidas the Flagship store since September 2020, I really enjoy my role and have met some amazing people.  It has definitely been one of the best places and companies I have worked for.

What is your favourite spot in Mayfair?

I really love coffee, well hot drinks in general! My absolute favourite spot must be EL&N on Park Lane, it is all things pink and flowery, with dreamy pink sparkly drinks, the best cakes that I have ever tasted, they have vegan options too which is amazing as I’m transitioning into being vegan.  EL&N is the place where you can have brunch with the ladies and of course you must be picture ready as their d├ęcor is so tasteful.

What is one of your proudest moments from your current role?

One of my proudest moments within my role as Operations Manager is the fact that I am able to be my true authentic self within a working environment, I have never been able to be true to who I am within the previous roles that I have had.  I have been able to make a positive impact with the team, by staying true to my personal values, which is “try to treat everyone how you would like to be treated”.  I try to make a conscious effort to include everyone; this involves something small as saying hello to every single person I come into contact with, which can be a challenge as we are a huge store.  I like to think I lead by example by respecting people from all walks of life.

What is something great about Mayfair which everyone should know?

Something great about Mayfair must be the Adidas Flagship store, it’s not a just a store it’s a whole experience. Its innovative and interactive with fantastic customer service. I am excited for the reopening of the store and to welcome all our local and domestic customers back to the heart of one of the most important stores for the brand.

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