Urban Outfitters shuffles executive team

URBN has made several changes to its management structure in an attempt to ensure future growth.

The parent company of Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, BHLDN, Free People, Terrain and Nuuly has promoted Meg Hayne to co-president – although she will still remain in the role of chief creative officer.

Frank Conforti has been promoted to co-president and chief operating officer and will take on additional responsibility for fulfilment and logistics, development, legal and HR. He will also continue as chief financial officer until the company appoints a successor.

This move has been made due to current chief operating officer Calvin Hollinger announcing that he will leave the business at the end of the month to pursue other opportunities.

Dave Hayne has been appointed chief technology officer, but will also retain his role of president of Nuuly, while Azeez Hayne has been promoted to chief administrative officer.

Sheila Harrington has been promoted to chief executive of the Free People brand, while Hillary Super has been promoted to chief executive of Anthropologie.

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