Danish jewellery giant Pandora has reported a return to growth before the pandemic hit but a downturn during March. It also said it's “in a strong financial position to sustain a prolonged Covid-19 crisis”.
The Danish jewellery maker will remove 180 jobs from its three regional offices as part of a strategic reorganisation to ensure faster operations. The move will see all three regional presidents lose their titles.
Pandora is hiring about 80 software engineers, designers and analysts to form a new data-driven unit at its Copenhagen HQ. The new team will be tasked with improving customer experience and perfecting personalisation.