Gerald Weisfeld (March 1940 – 13 January 2020) was a British businessman, and the founder of the What Every Woman Wants (WEWW) retail chain, which at one time had 130 stores in the UK.
|Died||13 January 2020(aged 79)|
|Known for||Founder, What Every Woman Wants|
|Home town||Glasgow, Scotland|
Weisfeld had three children with his first wife.
On 13 January 2020, Weisfeld died at age 79.
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