Fashion Hugo Employer poaches another Tommy Hilfiger executive

Fashion Hugo Employer poaches another Tommy Hilfiger executive



FILE PICTURE: The Hugo Employer logo is seen in Metzingen, Germany, June 16,2017 REUTERS/Michaela Rehle

BERLIN (Reuters) – German style house Hugo Boss ( BOSSn.DE) has selected Oliver Timm as its chief sales officer with effect from Jan. 1, 2021, simply weeks after it employed former Tommy Hilfiger manager Daniel Grieder as its next chief executive.

Timm has actually been primary business officer of style company PVH Europe since 2016, supervising the Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein brand names in the region.

Hugo Manager said last month that Grieder, the previous CEO of Tommy Hilfiger Global & PVH Europe, will begin on June 1, 2021, being successful Mark Langer.

The German business said on Wednesday that now the consultations to the board were total, Langer would step down and take up a consultative function on July 16, instead of on Sept. 30 as planned when it revealed his departure.

Hugo Manager stated Langer’s obligations were currently being transferred to the remaining members of the board.

Finance chief Yves Mueller is set to serve as the management board’s representative until Grieder joins.

Reporting by Emma Thomasson; Modifying by Elaine Hardcastle

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