FRANCE: Moët & Chandon CEO quits to join Ralph Lauren
Moët & Chandon CEO leaves
Daniel Lalonde, CEO of Champagne house Moët & Chandon, has quit his post to join US fashion label Ralph Lauren.
When contacted by just-drinks today (16 December), a spokesperson for Moët & Chandon confirmed that Lalonde has departed within the past few days. He will be replaced in the interim by Moët Hennessy's CEO, Christophe Navarre, until a permanent successor is found.
Lalonde was appointed CEO of Moët & Chandon in July 2010, having previously been president of LVMH North America Inc. Next month, he will take up the newly-created post of president, Ralph Lauren International, based in New York.
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