Nick Robertson - ASOS PLC Insider

ASOS PLC LS 035 -- Germany Stock  

EUR 69.62  0.72  1.04%

CEO, Executive Director

Mr. Nick Robertson, OBE serves as NonExecutive Director of the Company. He Cofounded asos.com Limited in 2000, and served as its chief executive officer until September 2015, when he became a nonexecutive director. Nicks career began in 1987 at the advertising agency Young Rubicam. In 1991, he moved to Carat, the UKs largest media planning and buying agency. In 1995, he cofounded Entertainment Marketing Ltd, a marketing services business. Hes chairman of the ASOS Foundation, a registered charity funded by ASOS which works to improve the lives of young people in the UK and overseas through longterm partnerships with established local charities. Nick was awarded an OBE in 2011 for his achievements in the world of fashion retailing. He Cofounded asos.com Limited in 2000, and served as its chief executive officer until September 2015, when he became a nonexecutive director
  CEO Since 2015      

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Entity Summary

ASOS PLC LS 035 (DYQ) is traded on Berlin Stock Exchange in Germany. and employs 8 people.

ASOS PLC LS Leadership Team

Helen Ashton, Director
Brian McBride, Chairman
Rita Clifton, Director
Nick Robertson, CEO
Ian Dyson, Director
Andrew Magowan, Executive
Hilary Riva, Director
Nick Beighton, Director

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