Intergamma gets new supervisory board president

Intergamma gets new supervisory board president

Leon van den Boom has been appointed as the new president of Intergamma's supervisory board. He replaces Antony Burgmans, who had been its president since 2010, at the top of the Dutch DIY group. Van den Boom has plenty of experience in retail, as he is also part of the supervisory board of Jumbo Groep Holding and has prior experience at C1000 and Wehkamp.

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