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  •   Home > News > Business

    Hopes a new boss will bring fresh energy to the struggling Warehouse Group

    Hopes a new boss will bring fresh energy to the struggling Warehouse Group


    Independent non-executive director John Journee has been appointed interim chief executive following Nick Grayston's abrupt resignation last week.

    The board's now looking for a new chief executive to replace Grayston, who was in the role since 2016.

    Board chair Joan Withers says elevating a member of the leadership team to the role wasn't considered, due to its financial position.

    She says the leadership team needs to be supported to get the organisation back on track.

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