Jacqueline interviews Business Minister Baroness Neville Rolfe live on stage at Retail Week Live
The Retail Week Powerlist announces Jacqueline as the 46th most powerful person in retail
ITV air Brief Encounters, a six part drama series inspired by Jacqueline’s early career and the start of Ann Summers party plan
Jacqueline attends her investiture at Windsor Castle where she receives her CBE for services to Entrepreneurship, Women in Business and Social Enterprise from Princess Anne
The WIE Network recognise Jacqueline as one of their WIE Women On The Year
For the first time in her career Jacqueline appears in the Drapers Top 100
Jacqueline announced as a regular columnist for Elite Business magazine
The Retail Week Powerlist announces Jacqueline as the 47th most powerful person in retail
Jacqueline hosts a Fringe Event at the Conservative Party Conference
Jacqueline awarded a CBE for services to Entrepreneurship, Women in Business and Social Enterprise
The Retail Week Powerlist announces Jacqueline as the 62nd most powerful person in retail
Jacqueline becomes an ambassador for the Retail Trust
Jacqueline awarded ‘Female entrepreneur of the year’ award at the TiE UK awards presented by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg
Jacqueline delivers keynote speech at the Retail Week Live conference that focuses on the effect of 50 Shades of Grey on the business
Jacqueline announced as advocate for Saying Goodbye charity
After a nationwide search for the new face of the brand, student Lucy Ann Moore from London is revealed as the new face of Ann Summers and is the star of the Valentines 2012 campaign.
Ann Summers launches a new partnership with Shop Direct. A specially selected collection of products including lingerie, sexcessories, bedroom wear, hosiery and playwear is launched in to the January 2012 Littlewoods, Isme and Very catalogues.
Jacqueline and her team of directors make the decision to put their customers at the heart of their business and recruit a panel of women, known as the Peoples Panel, to work with the buying team to design a brand new sex toy. The process will be followed by Channel 4 for a one off documentary.
Ann Summers and Relate release the findings of a joint sex census, a survey which asked men and women to reveal what was really happening under the sheets. The sex census was completed by over 20,000 people and is one of the most in depth surveys of its kind.
Jacqueline named ‘Most Inspirational Celebrity’ at The Inspirational Women’s Award held in aid of Breast Cancer Care and voted for by the public.
Managing Director of Ann Summers Vanessa Gold goes undercover as part of Channel 4 series Undercover Boss to find out what staff and customers really think of the business. Vanessa discovers that the business has some of the most loyal staff and customers and that they are all keen for the business to be even sexier. The programme receives in excess of 3 million viewers and drives a huge amount of new customers in to the stores and party's.
Jacqueline celebrates the 30th anniversary of Ann Summers party plan.
Jacqueline and Managing Director of Ann Summers Vanessa Gold officially open the brands first new concept store at Westfield Stratford City. Star of the store is a 6 feet tall black bunny rabbit who proudly looks over the store and the new vibe circle.
To celebrate Halloween, Ann Summers opens its first ever pop up shop in iconic London department store Selfridges.
For the first time in its history, Ann Summers airs a TV commercial which previews the upcoming season's lingerie collections and the brands competition to find a new face of Ann Summers.
After months of planning, Jacqueline marries fiancé Dan Cunningham at Blenheim Palace, Oxford. With celebrity guests and many friends and family, it was a perfect day and Jacqueline and Dan were delighted that the wedding was featured in HELLO! magazine.
Jacqueline is invited to attend the high profile South African congress of shopping centres event in Cape Town and appears as one of the events keynote speakers. She also manages to do all of this in just 36 hours ensuring her daughter Scarlett isn't left without her mummy for too long.
A unique collaboration with women's magazine Cosmopolitan results in the launch of the Cosmosutra range of products.
After many years of debate and negotiations, Ann Summers finally receive approval to open a store in Bluewater shopping centre in Kent. The store quickly becomes one of the best performing.
Jacqueline is invited to the Retail Trust 175th Anniversary Reception at St. James' Palace in the presence of HRH her Majesty the Queen and other members of the Royal Family.
Jacqueline opens the brands new flagship store on Oxford Street, London's most popular and iconic shopping destination.
Jacqueline is announced as a finalist in the Outstanding Woman in Business category of the National Business Awards 2008.
To launch the new season's lingerie collections, actress Lois Winston is announced as the new face of Ann Summers.
Jacqueline appears as one of the panellists on ITV1's Fortune: Million Pound Giveway.
In recognition of her success as a woman in business, Jacqueline is invited by HRH Queen Elizabeth to Buckingham Palace to celebrate the successes of women in business. This is by far one of Jacqueline's proudest moments.
Jacqueline publishes her second autobiography, Please Let It Stop.
Jacqueline is recognised for her contribution to business and voted Business Icon in survey by Everywoman and NatWest Bank and is also voted one of the Top 10 Women At The Top by Esquire magazine.
Jacqueline is invited to speak at the prestigious Oxford University Union and after hosts an Ann Summers party for female students.
Jacqueline launches the first European Ann Summers store in Valencia Spain. In the same year she is also recognised by Retail Week magazine as the 2nd most powerful woman in retail.
Following the opening of the hugely successful Ann Summers store in Dublin, Jacqueline opens Ann Summers second Irish store in Cork.
Jacqueline is made a new entry in to the prestigious Debrett's People of Today for her contribution to British Society.
After a lengthy court case, Jacqueline wins court victory against the government with the judge overturning the ban on Ann Summers advertising in job centres.
Jacqueline issues proceedings in the high court against the government's refusal to allow Ann Summers to advertise in job centres.
Jacqueline celebrates the 20th anniversary of Ann Summers party plan.
Following a lengthy court case, Jacqueline and Ann Summers are allowed to continue trading on O'Connell Street, Dublin.
Jacqueline becomes a patron of the charity Breast Cancer Care.
Jacqueline spots an opportunity to widen the Ann Summers customer base and acquires the Knickerbox brand which is integrated in to a number of Ann Summers stores. Paving the way for a new set of customers for Ann Summers.
With the continuing growth of the business, Jacqueline launches the brands website – annsummers.com.
In recognition of the incredible growth of Ann Summers under Jacqueline's leadership, Jacqueline is awarded the Gucci Business Age 40 and Under 40 Award.
After much interest in Jacqueline's rise to the top, she releases her autobiography, Good Vibrations.
Jacqueline is appointed Managing Director and Chief Executive of Ann Summers.
After the incredible growth of Ann Summers parties, Jacqueline decides the time is right to open the first, new concept, female friendly Ann Summers retail store. The store is located in Queensway, London and is the first step in the roll out of a number of other retail stores for the brand.
Jacqueline is appointed Director at Ann Summers.
Jacqueline celebrates the 10th anniversary of Ann Summers party plan.
After much debate with the Ann Summers board and an incredible amount of hard work, Jacqueline launches Ann Summers Party Plan in the UK and the Ann Summers we know today is born.
Jacqueline joins Ann Summers, the business owned by her father as a Wages Clerk on work experience
David & Ralph Gold buy the Ann Summers brand and two stores from founder Caborn Waterfield. The business is male orientated and focusses largely on catering for a male customer.