British tea brand Typhoo Tea has announced its CEO, Des Kingsley, is stepping down after three years.
Kingsley will be replaced by Mike Brehme, Typhoo Tea’s current chairman, who steps into an executive chairman role.
Brehme, the co-founder and CEO of Clipper Teas for 27 years, first joined Typhoo Tea as a non-exec director on 1 November 2021.
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“With the recovery of Typhoo Tea well underway, I have decided that now is the time for me to step down from my role as CEO,” Kingsley said.
“It has been a huge honour and privilege to have played a part in turning around the fortunes of one of Britain’s best loved tea brands. I would like to extend a huge thanks to the entire Typhoo team for helping us to achieve this.”
“I know Typhoo is in good hands. Mike has already brought an incredible depth of knowledge and experience into the company, and now as part of the Typhoo team, we can ensure a smooth transition.”
Des is leaving the company in October 2022, before moving on to non-executive roles.