Paris – Louis Vuitton has announced a remodeling of its management team after one of its senior management positions, Anthony Ledru, has been appointed CEO of Tiffany & Co.
Luxury homes in France are executive vice presidents of commercial activities who oversee Vuitton’s 460 physical stores and e-commerce network and are responsible for everything from store planning to construction, in line with the desire to promote in-house talent. Appointed David Ponzo as. For relationships with clients.
Ponzo joined Louis Vuitton in 2016 as Zone President of Japan after a career in The Swatch Group. Nicholas Villeger succeeded him as responsible for Vuitton’s operations in Japan and returned to the fold of LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton. Villeger worked for the luxury conglomerate travel and retail division DFS from 2017 to January 2020 and has been focusing on his personal advisory firm ever since.
Ponzo’s appointment came into effect on January 7, when LVMH announced new leadership at Tiffany after pulling out the acquisition process.
In addition to Ledru, Louis Vuitton Chairman and CEO Michael Burke has been appointed Chairman of Tiffany’s Board of Directors, and since 2017 Rimowa CEO and LVMH Chairman and CEO Bernard Arnault’s second son Alexandre Arnault has been appointed executive. Did. Vice President of Products and Communications.
In an internal announcement seen by WWD, Vuitton praised Ponzo’s achievements. “For the past five years, David has successfully led the Japanese management team, which is synonymous with excellence, including the opening of unique stores such as Maison Osaka Midosuji last year.”
Meanwhile, Villeger has been working in Japan and Asia for 24 years, building retail and customer experience expertise with brands such as Tesla, Coach, Longchamp, Estee Lauder and Shiseido.
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