Joshua Shulman was appointed to the board of Bergdorf Goodman, becoming its president in May 2012. Shulman immediately oversaw a period of renovation for in 111 year-old Bergdorf Goodman, with major renovations occurring in both the women’s and men’s retail areas.
With analysts forecasting Bergdorf Goodman’s $600 million revenue will increase to pass the one billion-dollar mark, Shulman’s appointment and this crucial stage is an indication of the respect he has built in the industry though his years of experience. “His deep product knowledge and passion for the customer experience makes him the perfect individual to craft the next chapter at Bergdorf Goodman,” said Neiman Marcus President of specialty retail Jim Gold, in a statement at the time of his appointment.
Prior to his appointment Shulmann was the chief executive of Jimmy Choo from 2007 to 2012. In addition to heading Jimmy Choo in London, Schulman has held roles at Kenneth Cole New York and Gap Inc. as well as working for eight years at the Gucci Group, his most significant role at the group was that of executive vice president of Yves Saint Laurent.