Quiksilver COO to leave
Since Andy Mooney took over from Robert McKnight as CEO in January, changes have been happening at Quiksilver. First was the departure of Paul Speaker, president of Time Studios, from the Quiksilver executive board. Following this comes news of a second departure.
Chief Operational Officer and Global Brand President Craig Stevenson is due to leave Quiksilver at the end of October this year.
PFor the time being, a successor is yet to be named. Though the brand has yet to divulge further information, the document announcing the departure stated that Stevenson’s responsibilities have been divided up amongst top management, with Andy Mooney even taking on some of the work. Until his departure in October, Craig Stevenson will be working to ensure that the transition runs smoothly.
Craig Stevenson joined Quiksilver in 1992 and took his first management role with the company in 2001 as Managing Director of Quiksilver Australasia. He had previously held the positions of Global President of the Quiksilver brand and President of Quiksilver's South Asia Pacific business based in Australia since February 2008. He then served as Interim President of Quiksilver Americas in 2009 before being named Chief Operating Officer in 2011.
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