Thomas Pink international director Eliot Young has left the company after less than a year in the role.
Young joined the shirt retailer in November last year as international franchise and wholesale director, tasked with helping to lead an overseas push. Thomas Pink confirmed Young’s departure but could not reveal when he left the business.
A spokesman told Drapers an announcement about Young’s replacement would be made at a “later date” and declined to comment on whether the position would be filled on an interim basis. It is not yet known whether Young has a new role to go to.
Before joining the shirtmaker, Young was interim head of sales for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at premium outerwear brand Belstaff for five months. Prior to this he was a non-executive director at Swedish lifestyle brand J Lindeberg from 2009 to 2011.
In its latest accounts for the year to December 31, 2011, Thomas Pink made an operating profit of £1.59m in 2011, compared with £396,000 the year before. It generated turnover of £33.9m, up from £32m in 2010.