Boohoo CIO Jo Graham to quit after 3 years


Boohoo CIO Jo Graham is to exit the online retailer after just three years leading its technology division.

According to Retail Gazette, she left the online retailer yesterday (12 October) and is set to take time off before her new position.

Graham, who held the position of technology director of Morrisons, helped scale Boohoo in order to relaunch new acquisitions, which includes Oasis, Debenhams, Dorothy Perkins and Warehouse.

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She also ensured the retailer to cope with an increase in orders during the Covid-19 pandemic. Graham leaves Boohoo as it faces a challenging times, despite a period of growth.

This comes as last month, the clothing retailer warned its sales are likely to be hit during the final quarter of the year after it reported a decrease in its half-year profits.

It reported a 10% drop in sales to £882.4 million in the six months to August 31 – and warned that it expects “a similar rate of revenue declines” during the festive period.



2 Comments. Leave new

  • maybe you should be looking at what was achieved in this time, rather than how long was there ?

  • Yet another CIO that drops into a successful growth company, spends all their time self-promoting until they get an award then exits before their complete lack of accomplishment is realised . congrats….


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