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Mulberry appoints ex-Ganni boss as new chief executive

Mulberry has appointed Andrea Baldo as it new chief executive. He will succeed Thierry Andretta who is stepping down with immediate effect. Baldo previously served as… View Article

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Mulberry appoints ex-Ganni boss as new chief executive

Mulberry has appointed Andrea Baldo as it new chief executive.

He will succeed Thierry Andretta who is stepping down with immediate effect.

Baldo previously served as chief executive and executive director of the Ganni fashion brand where he was credited with driving  international growth through a focus on retail network development, product innovation, and customer engagement.

Prior to that, he was chief executive of Coccinelle and previously served as general manager at Marni. Earlier in his career, he worked in leadership positions at Diesel for over ten years.

Baldo will join the business on 1 September 2024.

Chris Roberts, Mulberry chairman said:¬†“I am pleased to be able to announce the appointment of Andrea Baldo. Following our search process, it was clear that Andrea’s international fashion brand expertise, creativity and strategic thinking meant he was absolutely the right person for this role. I’d also like to thank Thierry for his contribution to the business.”

Baldo said: “I am thrilled to join Mulberry at such a pivotal moment and to build upon the strong sustainability credentials of this iconic luxury brand. I look forward to leading the business and its talented team into the next chapter.”

In the year to 30 March, Mulberry reported a 4% decline in full year group revenue after the brand was hit by consumers cutting back on luxury spending.

 

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