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Mulberry CEO Resigns

Bruno Guillon steps down less than two months after the brand's profit warning

By Emma Chong Johnston | Published: 20 Mar 2014

Mulberry CEO Resigns
Photo: Bruno Guillon with Julia Malik at a Mulberry cocktail party in Berlin, Getty Images

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.


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