The revolving door is spinning at Vertu, with a series of high-level departures revealed today.
Chief executive officer Perry Oosting, who had been with the British luxury mobile phone company for four years, is stepping down, and the Vertu board of directors has selected Massimiliano Pogliani, previously the firm’s chief marketing officer, as the new ceo.
Oosting remains a Vertu investor.
Sales director Steve Amstutz is also leaving the company, and a replacement has been found internally, according to a statement from Vertu.
In mid-May, Vertu announced the arrival of Jonathan Sinclair as chief operating officer. Sinclair will now report to Pogliani.