The Home Depot has named Edward “Ted” P. Decker as President and COO, effective Oct. 5, 2020. A 20-yr veteran of the firm, Decker has served as EVP of Merchandising due to the fact 2014. As the company’s main service provider, he has been liable for all shop and on the web merchandising departments, merchandising tactic, products and services and seller administration, marketing and in-shop atmosphere. In his new part, he will believe extra obligation for worldwide retailer functions, global provide chain and exterior profits and assistance.
“Ted is an amazing leader who has
enhanced our competitiveness and interconnected approach by mixing the art
and science of retail, though also driving excellent final results with each our
in-store and on-line buyer experience,” claimed Craig
Menear, Chairman and CEO of The Dwelling Depot in a assertion.
The home advancement retailer also
introduced additional senior leadership promotions. Ann-Marie Campbell has been named EVP of U.S. Outlets and Intercontinental Operations,
introducing duty for the company’s Canada and Mexico firms
to her present-day duties.
Jeff Kinnaird has been promoted to EVP of Merchandising, reporting to
Decker. Most just lately, he was president of The Home Depot Canada. Kinnaird formerly
served as Merchandising VP of Canada, overseeing merchandising tactic, international
sourcing and the advancement of personal-label models throughout Canadian merchants and
Michael Rowe has been promoted to President of The Dwelling Depot Canada.
Rowe was most not too long ago VP of Ecommerce, Internet marketing and Contractor Providers,
in which he led all marketing and marketing initiatives across Canada
as effectively as ecommerce, installation companies, contractor expert services and method.
Richard McPhail, EVP and CFO will think the added obligation
for the company’s company tactic and strategic company improvement.
McPhail joined the company in 2005 and was named CFO in 2019, with
duty for controlling the company’s monetary effectiveness, as properly as
money allocation, trader relations, tax and treasury.