The global ceo of the supermarkedskæden Lidl, Jesper Højer from Denmark, stops after two years in charge of the group.
The writing of the German media, which Lidl Denmark confirm to erhvervsmediet Finance.dk Tuesday.
the 40-year-old He had a meteoric career in the big tyskbaserede discountkæde.
He took topstillingen in the spring of 2017, after the previous manager, Sven Seidel, was dismissed with immediate effect. He was in the 2015 member of the executive board.
He is now, according to his own admission, stepped back to get a better balance between family life and work, writes German Focus.de.
According to the media tells the dane, too, that it has not been an easy decision.
Lidl-owner Schwarz Group the last few weeks had going in the back door.
not So long ago, that one of the company's other large companies, Kaufland, said goodbye to director Patrick Kaudewitz, as the resignation of the 'personal reasons', writes the Frankfurter Allgemeine.
the Boss of Schwarz Gruppe, Klaus Gehrig thank the Danish Hojer for his involvement in the company.
According to the Lidl Denmark the chain has globally more than 250,000 employees.
in Addition, Lidl, according to the Frankfurter Allgemeine, a turnover of 97 billion euro, equivalent to 724 billion Danish crowns, which places the Lidl among the world's largest handelskoncerner.
Lidl reported earlier in the year out, that the chain would launch a major initiative in Denmark.
Thus, going to Lidl to open around 100 new stores in Denmark the coming years.
But it is hardly with a dane in the lead.
the Temporary head of Lidl will be the 38-year-old Italian is Ignazio Paterno, until a permanent solution is found.