London, United Kingdom
Bis Henderson Consulting
has appointed senior retail and e-commerce strategist Louisa Hosegood FCMA as digital and strategy director.
With 18 years' experience in retail and e-commerce, fulfilling senior supply chain leadership roles at some of the UK's largest retailers - Marks & Spencer, John Lewis and Tesco - Hosegood will be responsible for developing the breadth, depth and reach of Bis Henderson Consulting's retail and e-commerce proposition. The appointment will strengthen the consultancy's ability to support clients in developing successful and sustainable supply chains for the future.
Immediately prior to her appointment as digital and strategy director at Bis Henderson Consulting, Hosegood was head of logistics network development at Marks & Spencer, where she was responsible for developing the strategy and design for a simpler omni-channel logistics network to support store and online sales for the retailer's clothing and home lines.
Susanna Schneeberger, the member of the KION Group
executive board responsible for segment supply chain solutions (Dematic), is leaving the company. As chief digital officer, she was also responsible for digital transformation.
Due to differing views on corporate strategy, her employment at the KION Group will end on 31 March 2020 by mutual consent with the supervisory board.
Gordon Riske, chief executive officer of the KION Group, says: "Susanna Schneeberger has been a driving force behind the group's process of digitalisation and created a solid foundation and groupwide roadmap for the further internal and external digital transformation of the group."
The tasks of the current supply chain solution and digital business transformation role will be integrated into the other executive board roles.
has appointed auto industry veteran Kevin Wale as a new senior advisor to BYD chairman Wang Chuanfu. Wale will counsel Wang on developing BYD's business, operations and marketing strategy, as well as brand construction and sales and service system improvement.
Wale boasts extensive experience in the global auto industry, having first joined General Motors (GM) in 1975 and then serving as president and managing director of General Motors China Group from 2005 to 2012, where he played a pivotal role in maintaining GM's lead across the extensive Greater China region.