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Sephora CEO Out “Due to a Divergence of Views”

He was on the job for less than two years

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Martin Brok will step down as CEO of Sephora (Paris) at the end of the month, Women’s Wear Daily reports.

The outlet obtained an internal memo that said Brok is resigning “due to a divergence of views.” Chris de Lapuente, the chairman and CEO of the selective retailing division of LVMH, Sephora’s parent company, will take over the role vacated by Brok.

Brok was named Sephora’s CEO in September 2020, joining the beauty brand from Starbucks, where he oversaw operations in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

Read more at Women’s Wear Daily.

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