Mulberry CEO Resigns
Bruno Guillon steps down less than two months after the brand's profit warning
Bruno Guillon has resigned his position as chief executive of Mulberry. This comes less than two months after the company issued a profit warning when sales dropped over the Christmas period.
During his tenure, Guillon was responsible for repositioning Mulberry into a more upmarket brand, increasing prices and opening several new stores in key Asian tourist spots.
Godfrey Davis, currently non-executive chairman and the previous CEO, will take over as executive chairman until a replacement is found.