Burberry Chief Marketing Officer Rod Manley to Leave the Company at the End of 2024

Rod Manley. Courtesy of Burberry

Burberry, the iconic British fashion brand, has announced that Rod Manley, the company’s chief marketing officer, will leave his position at the end of 2024. His successor has not yet been selected.

Manley has served in his current position since January 1, 2019, and has worked in his role for nearly six years. Prior to joining Burberry, Manley worked at Calvin Klein in New York as Executive Vice President of Influence Marketing and Communications. Before that, he held senior positions at Giorgio Armani and also worked at KCD, a PR firm.

At Burberry, Manley has led the entire marketing, communications, and creative media teams. For his first three years, Manley worked alongside Riccardo Tisci, then Burberry’s Creative Director. After Tisci’s departure, he joined forces with his successor, British designer Daniel Lee, and has contributed to the further development of the brand.

Burberry’s sales have been slow of late, with full-year 2024 sales down 4% to £2.968 billion. Hence, the company will be more cautious in its search for a replacement for its chief marketing officer.

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