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Net-a-Porter CEO Mark Sebba retires

After 10 years with Net-a-Porter, CEO Mark Sebba is stepping down

By Emma Chong Johnston | Published: 30 Jul 2014

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After ten years at the helm of Net-a-Porter, CEO Mark Sebba has announced his retirement from the company. He will remain a non-executive director at the company, but steps down as CEO later this week. During Sebba's time at Net-a-Porter, the company launched offshoot sites The Outnet and Mr Porter.

"I am stepping down at a time when the company is stronger than ever," Sebba told WWD. "We have built a team of world-class writers, communicators, buyers, innovators, digital pioneers, distribution experts and more who form the foundations and DNA of this company."

Net-a-Porter is currently looking for Sebba's replacement.


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