Power Moves Of The Week

Bob Sauerberg to step down as CEO of Condé Nast
After Condé Nast announced they will be merging with Condé Nast International, chief executive, Bob Saunders will be stepping down and replaced with a global chief executive who will oversee both the American and international sides of the business. Jonathan Newhouse has been appointed chairman of Condé Nast.

Christopher Raeburn appoints brother in director role
Previously lead designer at cycling brand, Rapha, Graeme Raeburn will be joining his brother’s eponymous brand in the position of performance director.

Gap names executive vice president and general manager for north America
Pam Wallack has been appointed in the newly created role of executive vice president and general manager for North America specialty retail and global head of specialty product of Gap, effective immediately. Wallack joins from being president of global product at The Children’s Place.

Adidas make double appointment
Fumbi Chima, previous chief information officer of Fox Network Group, has been named as Adidas’s new chief information officer starting in January 2019. Adidas also announced they have reappointed Guillaume de Montplanet as general manager for France, after previously holding the position from 2012 to 2017.

Unilever name new CEO
Succeeding Paul Polman, Unilever have named Alan Jope as chief executive. Starting on January 1st, Jope, who was previously head of the company's beauty and personal care unit, will be mentored by Polman, who is leaving the company in six months.

Chief customer officer leaves Missguided
After only a eight month stint, Kenyatte Nelson has stepped down as chief customer officer of Missguided, becoming the fourth senior employee to leave the company this year.

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