BERLIN — Hugo Boss AG has extended the contract of Mark Langer, its chief executive officer and chairman of the managing board, for three years, to now run until December 2021.
The decision was made at the German company’s supervisory board meeting Wednesday. “Mark Langer has put the company back on the road to growth,” stated Michel Perraudin, chairman of the supervisory board at Hugo Boss AG.
Langer said he was “delighted to receive this vote of confidence from the supervisory board. It confirms that our strategic realignment is already posting successes, and that we are on track to guide Hugo Boss toward sustainable and profitable growth.”
Further insight into the company’s growth path will be revealed Thursday when Boss releases its final 2017 figures at its press and analysts conference in Metzingen.