Neiman Marcus Adds Three to Board
DALLAS-Adam Brotman, Philippe Bourguignon and Vivek "Vic" Gundotra have been appointed to the Neiman Marcus board of directors.
Brotman is chief Digital Officer for Starbucks, responsible for its core digital businesses including mobile and mobile payments, Web, card, loyalty, e-commerce, wi-fi and the Starbucks Digital Network. Bourguignon is vice chairman of Revolution Places and CEO of Exclusive Resorts, both holdings of investment firm Revolution. Most recently, Gundotra was senior vice president of social for Google, responsible for Google's social networking and identity service.
David Kaplan, Neiman Marcus' chairman and co-founder and senior partner at Ares Management, said, "Adam, Philippe and Vic bring to our board many years of collective experience in serving the luxury customer and in growing businesses through digital and international strategies--all of which are key areas in which we are looking to accelerate growth."