Canada Goose announced on Thursday the appointment of Marjan Anwar Khan to the role of chief technology officer, coinciding with the news that its APAC president, and chief product officer have both departed the company.
The luxury outerwear brand said Woody Blackford, chief product officer is no longer with the company, adding that the search for a new design lead, who will work closely with the existing product leadership team, is well underway. Moreover, Paul Cadman, Canada Goose APAC president, has also left the company, it said.
In addition to Anwar Khan’s appointment, Canada Goose revealed two new members to its board of directors.
Gary Saage, former group chief financial officer, Richemont, and Jennifer Davis, partner, Bain Capital private equity, have been added to the board, effective immediately. Davis will replace Josh Bekenstein, who has made the decision to resign from the Board. Saage will also join the audit committee.
“As Canada Goose embarks on a new chapter of global growth, I couldn’t be more pleased to welcome Gary and Jennifer to the board and Marjan to the role of CTO,” said Dani Reiss, Chairman and CEO, Canada Goose.
“I’d also like to take this opportunity to thank Josh for his outstanding service, leadership and contributions to Canada Goose since I met him in 2013. Josh remains an incredible mentor and good friend. Our newest board members will draw on their extensive knowledge and expertise in finance, luxury and retail to help our team to continue to execute against our strategic growth pillars, while Marjan will lead our technology transformation.”
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