Simone Roberts to replace Mike Coupe as Sainsbury's CEO in June
8 monthes ago - By Fashion United
After almost six years as Chief Executive Officer and fifteen years working for J Sainsbury plc , Mike Coupe has decided to retire later this year.The company's board has appointed retail and operations director Simon Roberts as Coupe's successor, who will start as Chief Executive Officer from June 1, 2020.
Commenting on the development, Martin Scicluna, the company's Chairman, said in a statement: “Mike is an exceptional Chief Executive. His knowledge and understanding of the retail sector and customer behaviour is second to none. Mike has spent more than fifteen years working for...
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Sainsbury's CEO to retire
8 monthes ago - By Drapers
Mike Coupe is to retire after six years as Sainsbury's CEO and fifteen years working for Sainsbury's.
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