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New supervisory board at Zooplus

At its first virtual annual general meeting, Zooplus AG elected new members of the supervisory board. Henrik Persson, who has stepped down from the board, was replaced by Tjeerd Jegen. Jegen has held a variety of managerial positions in retailing in the last twenty years and is currently CEO of the Dutch retailer Hema.

At the same time, Christine Cross, who has been on the board as an interim member since the end of 2019, was elected to the board. Cross is an experienced sector expert and spent 14 years working for the British supermarket chain Tesco. The supervisory board of Zooplus AG now comprises the following members: Christian Stahl (chairman), Moritz Greve (deputy chairman), Christine Cross, Tjeerd Jegen, Ulric Jerome and Dr Norbert Stoeck.

|30 June 2020 | 09:12


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