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Depop COO confirms exit amid management restructure

Tom Shearsmith
01 February 2021

Depop’s Chief Operating Officer Dominic Rose has confirmed his exit from the business, as the company begins to restructure its management team.

Rose joined Depop in 2018 as a consultant, before being promoted to Chief of Staff in March 2019. He was soon promoted again to Chief Operating Officer in June 2019.

Announcing his departure on LinkedIn, Rose said: "After an epic 2.5 years at Depop that has seen explosive growth, expansion of the team from 85 to over 400 and a global pandemic, I’m sad to be leaving the business following a decision to restructure the management team.

"However I am grateful to have the chance to now dedicate my time to the vaccination programme for the foreseeable future, to have had the chance to work with so many wonderful people that I now call my friends and to have learnt so much about myself, leadership, teams, the power of community to drive change and the responsibilities of technology platforms to create a safe and inclusive internet for all.

"Whilst those 2.5 years feel like no time at all, both Depop and the wider world have changed immensely and together those experiences have changed me — as a leader, as a father and a citizen."

Last year, it was reported that Depop would increase the size of its UK team by almost a quarter to help with its expansion.

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