Coye Nokes

Senior Leadership

Coye Nokes is a Partner in our Consumer and Retail Practice.

Coye works globally in our consumer and retail practice.  Her key areas of expertise are helping businesses drive growth, adapt to changing channel dynamics and pursue international agendas.  Coye also has extensive experience working in M&A for both corporate and PE acquisitions and exits.  

Education & Prior Experience

  • MBA, London Business School
  • Founder and CEO, Coye Nokes LLC - a luxury women's footwear brand
  • Merrill Lynch, Private Wealth Management
""Digital is changing the consumer landscape and challenging every aspect of the business model from marketing to distribution. Businesses need to adapt in a world where there is no one size fits all answer.""

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The fog is lifting

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