Nelson Bostock parent Creston changes CEO

LONDON: Creston CEO Don Elgie is planning to retire from the company he founded in 2001 on March 31.

LONDON: Creston CEO Don Elgie is planning to retire from the company he founded in 2001 on March 31.

Succeeding Elgie will be Barrie Brien, COO and CFO, who has worked at the company since 2004.

The search for a new CFO is underway, but the COO post will not be refilled.

Creston, which owns Nelson Bostock and Fever, reported lower-than-anticipated first-half revenues of £35.7 million, or $58.8 million, in November. 

This story originally appeared on the website of PRWeek UK.

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