Lululemon chief operating officer to step down
Lululemon’s chief operating officer is stepping down to take up a leadership position outside of the apparel sector.
Stuart Haselden, who also holds the position of executive vice president international, will leave the business on 10 January.
After joining Lululemon in 2015 as chief financial officer, Haselden helped to guide the company through last year’s search for a chief executive which resulted in the appointment of Calvin McDonald.
McDonald said: “We’re grateful for Stuart’s leadership and commitment to Lululemon, and we appreciate the role he played to build our infrastructure and support our international growth. We wish Stuart well as he begins his next chapter.”
The company has also announced that chief technology officer Julie Averill and chief supply chain officer Ted Dagnese will join its senior leadership team. Both will report to McDonald.
In addition, it has begun an external search for the position of executive vice president for international as part of plans to quadruple its international business by 2023.
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