CEO Mark Langer will leave the managing board of Hugo Boss AG on Sept. 30, as agreed upon by mutual agreement with the company.
In light of the current challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Langer will act as a consultant after that and support the company until the end of the year. The company’s supervisory board will immediately focus on the search for a successor.
Langer had been with the company for 18 years and was chief financial officer (CFO) before being named CEO in 2016.
Mogu Inc., a youth-oriented online fashion and lifestyle destination in China, announced that its CFO, Helen Ting Wu, resigned from her position at the company due to personal reasons, effective March 31.
Mogu said Wu’s resignation did not result from any disagreement with the company, adding that its financial department and investor relations function will continue operating normally after her departure.
International Market Centers
International Market Centers (IMC) announced an update to its buyer services team.
Toni Parsons joined as key account manager for apparel, replacing Michelle Harrison, national accounts manager for apparel, who has retired from the company. Parsons reports to Cindy Henry, IMC vice president of buyer services.
Parsons will have responsibility for key accounts and co-op marketing for all Atlanta Apparel Markets. She joins the buyer services team with experiences as a buyer, and a social media and marketing manager.
The Atlanta Apparel Markets feature the latest looks in contemporary, young contemporary, ready-to-wear, children’s, plus-size, bridal and social occasion.
CakeBoxx Technologies welcomed Michael J. Stolarczyk as senior vice president for North America sales.
Stolarczyk joins CakeBoxx Technologies from Veristor Systems and has extensive industry experience including several key sales and management roles over 17 years at Maersk. He will work on developing key North America accounts and helping more organizations benefit from the safety, security and efficiency features offered by CakeBoxx’s “two-piece” shipping containers.
Supply chain planning and price optimization firm Blue Ridge named Maarten Baltussen as general manager of Europe.
Baltussen will lead Blue Ridge’s efforts to help retailers, wholesalers, distributors and manufacturers across Europe solve challenges around shifting customer demand preferences and volatility with suppliers.
Before joining Blue Ridge, Baltussen was chief revenue officer at supply chain optimization provider ICRON. He has spent most of his career in supply chain planning at international software companies such as Blue Yonder, SAP and Infor.
Blue Ridge cloud-native platform supply chain solutions empower distributors and retailers to more accurately forecast demand, capture more sales, slash costs and accelerate profits by combining intelligent science and automation.