'Fresh energy needed': The Warehouse boss Nick Grayston quits

'Fresh energy needed': The Warehouse boss Nick Grayston quits
Nick Grayston has been The Warehouse chief executive since 2016. (Image: Supplied)
John Anthony
Rebecca Stevenson
The Warehouse chief executive Nick Grayston has quit effective immediately.In a statement to the New Zealand stock exchange on Friday afternoon, The Warehouse (TWG) chair Joan Withers said a change in direction was needed for the company and "fresh energy" was required to oversee the change.Withers said Grayston had led the company through a period of significant change in retail since becoming chief executive in 2016.His focus on sustainability, adopting agile ways of working, navigating the challenges of covid and ini...

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