Jacek Kujawa, former vice-president of the management board of LPP, resigned from his position. Kujawa has been associated with the Polish clothing company since 2004. His successor will be Mikołaj Wezdecki, the current director of digitization at LPP, the company announced in a statement on Tuesday.
The management board of LPP announced that on Tuesday, vice-president of the management board, Jacek Kujawa, resigned from his duties on the management board and in the entities of the company’s capital group. Jacek Kujawa has been associated with LPP for 19 years. Initially as IT director, and for 14 years as vice-president of LPP. “He was responsible for logistics, IT, but also for the Group’s investments and administrative issues,” we read in the statement.
Kujawa announced that “it’s time for changes and a well-deserved rest.”
“I made a personal decision to step down, feeling a job well done and great professional satisfaction. Introducing the company to e-commerce and then transforming it into a modern omnichannel organization are challenges of which I am particularly proud. In addition, creating a dynamic LPP logistics from scratch , which gave rise to one of the largest logistics operators in the country – LPP Logistics, meant it was time for changes and a well-deserved rest,” explained Jacek Kujawa, quoted in the LPP release.
Who is Mikołaj Wezdecki?
His successor in the management structure will be Mikołaj Wezdecki. As reported, Wezdecki has been developing electronic sales in the RTV Euro AGD chain since 2006, “where he built one of the largest online stores for electronics and household appliances products in Poland.”
It was added that Mikołaj Wezdecki has launched the Modivo.pl online store since 2019, as a member of the management board and director responsible for e-commerce at Eobuwie.pl.
Mikołaj Wezdecki has been associated with LPP since June 2022. Initially, he was responsible for the digitization process and development of the e-commerce platform of the Reserved and Sinsay brands. In March 2023, he became director of digitalization.
“Taking into account the competence of the General Meeting to appoint members of the management body, the Issuer intends to convene an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Company in the coming days with the agenda including the election of a member of the Management Board,” the LPP management board said in a stock exchange announcement.
LPP is a Polish clothing manufacturer managing the following brands: Reserved, Sinsay, House, Cropp and Mohito. As we read on the company’s website, the products are available in stationary and online sales in nearly 40 markets around the world. LPP has a network of over 2,000 showrooms with a total area of 1.8 million m2. The company employs nearly 30,000. people.
LPP is listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange as part of the WIG20 index.
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