Phil Schiller steps down as Apple Chief Marketing Officer for 23 years
Apple is once again undergoing leadership changes. This time Phil Schiller will leave his post.
Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing, will retire from 1997. This is reported by Informant Tech , citing Apple . Phil Schiller steps down as Apple Chief Marketing Officer for 23 years
Phil Schiller, who recently turned 60, began his career at Apple in 1987. Reported. that he will continue to work at Apple. He will remain in charge of the App Store and Apple Events, but in a different role as Apple Fellow. He will also become an Apple Fellowship. This “brotherhood” includes the company’s employees who have made a huge contribution to its development. The specific reasons for leaving are not disclosed, and Phil Schiller himself does not name them, using the standard wording in such cases about the desire to spend more time with the family and engage in personal projects. But, most likely, here is really the most common way out for a well-deserved rest. “I will continue to work here, but I also want to devote more time in the coming years to my family, friends and a few personal projects.”
Apple’s board of directors has unveiled a successor to Phil Schiller – the company’s top manager Greg Josviak. He has led Apple’s product marketing for over 20 years and has served as the company’s vice president of product marketing for the past four years. It can be recalled that over the past year Apple has already lost two leaders – in November 2019, the famous designer Jony Ive left the company , who worked as Apple’s chief designer for almost 30 years.
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