Pets at Home reshuffles exec team as COO exits
Pets at Home’s chief operating officer David Robinson is set to exit the business.
Robinson is leaving after four years with the pet specialist, where he was responsible for its digital transformation project.
Robinson has held leadership roles at businesses including Dixons, Argos and Homebase before moving to Pets at Home in 2019. He led the business in building its new distribution centre and steered its latest brand campaign, ‘We’re better with pets’.
Pets at Home chief executive Lyssa McGowan, who joined the business in June, is reshaping its executive team following Robinson’s departure, as it strives to deliver a “joined-up omnichannel pet care experience”.
Robinson said he was proud of “the enormous amount” achieved since he joined Pets at Home.
“From transforming the business into a true omnichannel operation to delivering record sales and profit, and navigating the challenges brought about by the pandemic, we have made great strides which were all made possible by being part of such a brilliant team,” he said.
“Pets at Home is a truly unique business, and I will watch on with great pride as it continues to go from strength to strength.”
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