Benjamin Fuest. Credit: Jessica Maiwald-Krassner
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Change in management at Breuninger

Benjamin Fuest follows Uwe Hildebrand as Chief Sales Officer on October 1, 2020.

Uwe Hildebrand, Chief Sales Officer (CSO) at Breuninger, is retiring and therefore leaves the fashion and lifestyle company from Stuttgart on September 29, 2020. Benjamin Fuest will be Hildebrand’s successor. Fuest has worked at Calvin Klein, Peek & Cloppenburg, and SinnLeffers.

In 2012, the 38-year old joined Breuninger as Managing Director of the company’s branch in Stuttgart. Afterwards, he was Managing Director for Breuninger at the Main-Taunus-Zentrum in Sulzbach near Frankfurt as well as Co-Managing Director for Breuninger’s branch in Düsseldorf, and became Head of Purchasing in June 2016. Fuest will remain in this position until he moves on to his new management role.

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