John Browett, Apple’s new senior Vice President (VP) of Retail has introduced himself to Apple Retail employees in an email obtained by IFO Apple Store.
Looks like he has started warming up to the people who have take orders from him. His humbleness would certainly impress the employees.
This is what the mail from VP reads:
At last I’ve officially started at Apple, and it’s great to be here. I’ve had the chance to meet many of you at stores in the U.S. and across Europe, and one of my top priorities for the coming months is to meet many more people on our team around the world.
It’s incredibly impressive to be on the inside of Apple Retail. Many of my friends, relatives, and former colleagues have written to tell me how lucky I am to be working with such a great group of people, and I couldn’t agree more. While our stores are fantastic and our products are amazing, it really is our people who make the difference in creating the best retail experience.
There will be much more to share in the weeks ahead, and I’m looking forward to meeting everyone over time.
I am thrilled to work with all of you as we build the future of Apple Retail together.
Browett, joined Apple from British electronics retailer Dixons. He started work at Apple on 20 April 2012, nearly six months after former retail head Ron Johnson left the company to head up JC Penney’s turnaround efforts. Browett was awarded restricted stock units worth more than $60 million to stay with the company for the next five years.
Source: Mac Rumors