Breaking news: Stéphane Linder has decided today to resign from his role of President & CEO of TAG Heuer

Stephane Linder, CEO of TAG Heuer

Stéphane Linder has decided today to resign from his role of President & CEO of TAG Heuer to pursue other professional endeavors. Will Guy Sémon follow him?

 

Jean-Claude Biver thanks Stéphane for his outstanding contribution to the development of the brand during the 21 years he spent at TAG Heuer. Jean-Claude Biver will act as a CEO during this transition period.

 

So far the official TAG Heuer statement…

 

Now my guess … 🙂

 

Stephane Linder, CEO of TAG Heuer
Stéphane Linder, the former President & CEO of TAG Heuer

 

I personally assume that Guy Sémon will follow him as President & CEO of TAG Heuer

 

Guy Sémon... Is he going to be the new President & CEO of TAG Heuer?
Guy Sémon… Is he going to be the new President & CEO of TAG Heuer?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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10 replies on “Breaking news: Stéphane Linder has decided today to resign from his role of President & CEO of TAG Heuer”
  1. says: Thomas

    After only 18 month at the helm he is leaving. Here is a company which is in dire need to catch up with the likes of Omega. It seems to me that that they have an execution problem with the new in house movement.

  2. says: Jim Wurzburger

    Sad news for Tag and their employees with the loss of Mr Linder and the repositioning of the company.

  3. says: Pascal

    Alexander, personally I don’t see Guy at the helm of the brand.
    He is a pure and very bright engineer with a strong character. I don’t see him working as head of a brand like this, especially with Mr. Biver. Just my two cents

  4. says: Reg F

    Well, I guess he’s not happy about the decision to cancel Ch80 and limit TAG’s future in the high end!

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