Friday, 5 February 2010
Breaking news from WWD. Burberry has promoted Andy Janowski to the newly-created post of Chief Operations Officer, reflecting the brand's increased focus on its supply chain.
Burberry said in a statement, “Janowski joined Burberry in 2006 as senior vice president supply chain, and created a global team that transformed purchasing, manufacturing, sourcing, and shipping, resulting in cost savings and reduced environmental impact and distribution processes.”
This is another interesting reshuffle for Burberry. Last November, Burberry’s Creative Director, Christopher Bailey, was promoted to a newly created role of Chief Creative Officer. Read more at the November 13 MO Down.
Who's behind the MO DOWN
Melinda O’Rourke is the founder and Director of MO Luxury, a dynamic, Sydney-based management firm specialising in luxury brands and services. Melinda and her associates at MO work with local and international brands across prestige retail, fashion, fine jewellery, timepieces and specialised services. Melinda is well-connected, well-read, and well-versed in the demands of the luxury market and its client base. Her advice is firmly based in objectivity and ultimately, accountability. Melinda offers constructive counsel and both strategic and creative thinking and is able to draw upon a strong network of specialised talent to compliment the MO Luxury team as needed. Melinda enjoys excellent industry relationships and is regularly quoted in the business and fashion media. Read more about MO Luxury, www.moluxury.com.au