Figleaves CEO Miriam Lahage leaves lingerie for tech

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Miriam Lahage has stepped down as CEO of UK-based online lingerie retailer Figleaves. Lahage is now an angel investor and strategic adviser to the technology firm Canary.
Figleaves CEO has left the lingerie retailer for a tech firm.
// CEO at Figleaves has left the retailer for a technology firm
// Head of buying Jenni Burt has replaced Lahage
// Lahage joined the fashion retailer back in 2017

Miriam Lahage has stepped down as chief executive of UK-based lingerie retailer Figleaves.

Lahage is now an angel investor and strategic adviser to the technology firm Canary.

Jenni Burt, previous head of buying, is now the head of the online lingerie retailer.

In 1998 Figleaves was founded by entrepreneur Daniel Nabarro and former McKinsey & Co manager Michael Ross.

Lahage came on as chief executive at the N Brown Group-owned retailer back in May 2017.

Prior to that she was a board member of plus-size retailer Navabi.

Her job history included brief tenure as vice-president of fashion at Ebay, and senior roles at TJX and Net-a-Porter.

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