The CEO of the Danish online vintage fashion store Trendsales resigns immediately.
”It is true that Trendsales’ and now former CEO Rasmus Goth Engel have agreed to separate with immediate effect, says Martin Falslev Andersen, co-founder of Trendsales to TV2.
Rasmus Goth Engel had last working day on Tuesday and has now been replaced by Urs Hügli, a member of the board of the Swiss media house TAmedia who owns Trendsales, but the work to find a new managing director is already underway, reports Tv2.
”Urs Hügli is highly experienced and knows Trendsales well through his position in the Board,” says Martin Falslev Andersen.
Trendsales, which was founded in 2002, is Denmark’s largest provider of used clothing on the web.
The site has 780,000 unique users and annual sales of half a billion DKK.